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“Mineral Resources Should Promote Jobs for the Country’s Development” – Adriano Maleiane

“Mineral Resources Should Promote Jobs for the Country’s Development” – Adriano Maleiane

Prime Minister, Adriano Maleiane, said this Monday, July 4, in Maputo during the swearing in of three new managers of the oil and mining sector that “Mozambique has a vast potential of mineral resources, whose sustainable exploitation can contribute to the generation of income and more jobs”.

Among those sworn in is Nazário Balangane, who was sworn in as Chairman of the Board of Directors (PCA) of the National Petroleum Institute (INP), Elias Xavier Félix Daudi and, Grácio Rosário Cune, to the positions of Director General and Deputy of the National Mining Institute (INAMI).

On the occasion, Maleiane recommended to INP’s PCA, that as a regulatory entity, “the Institute should improve the mechanisms of inspection of gas exploration and production projects that are underway and those that will be approved in order to ensure that they fully comply with their Local Content plans.”

The PM explained that the Government created INAMI with the objective of ensuring the standards and guidelines regarding public and private sector participation in the research, exploration, treatment, export and import of mining products and their derivatives.

“In this framework, we expect INAMI to continue to guide the increase and optimization of mining production in a sustainable manner, including adding value to mineral resources produced in the national market; and develop the use of efficient technology that ensures the protection and preservation of the environment,” he highlighted.


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