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Thursday, 3 July 2008

Coal powered Mozambique?

Mozambique continues to encourage wise investments. This week, Australia's mining company, Riversdale Mining, has obtained licences covering 290,080 hectares to start building a $2 billion coal-fired power plant in Mozambique to produce 2000 megawatts. The plant would be built in the northern Tete province in early 2009 after a feasibility study is concluded in December.

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