Future Energy Forum extends reach to Mozambique

Mozambique derejebA number of megaprojects are driving Mozambique's economy. (Image source: derejeb)The Future Energy Forum (FEF) welcomed the Mozambique Club in Dubai on 6 April 2016 to discuss the key opportunities and challenges Mozambique holds for global companies

The event marked the expansion of the Future Energy Forum to Mozambique, which is in line with complementary events on other emerging markets including Iraq and Iran.

The government of Mozambique has been pursuing public-private partnership, reducing bureaucracy and opening up its markets while the country is expected to provide business opportunities in Southern Africa.

“Despite its troubled past, Mozambique has a more stable business environment and several megaprojects driving the economy. This creates new opportunities for the savvy investor and the Mozambique Club will provide a platform of informed discussions between high-level stakeholders.”

According to Stavros Yiannakis, Mozambique general manager, the LNG, mining, finance, real estate, tourism and service sectors in Mozambique are set for further growth.

“Over the past few years, new energy resources have been discovered and new business opportunities offered which could transform the country.”

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