Webinar Global Project Access: Unlocking Mozambique's Oil & Gas Opportunities

Date: October 20 - 21, 2020


This event is by the US government. You must be a US-based firm to participate.

Read more and register HERE. There is a fee of US$55 to attend.


Join the U.S. Embassy in Maputo, the U.S. Commercial Service, and reps from top companies for a two-part virtual dialogue

About this Event

*This virtual program will take place over two days, October 20-21, 10:00-11:30 CST both days.*

The discovery of over 180 tcf of natural gas reserves in the Rovuma basin by Texas-based Anadarko (Area 1) and Italian firm ENI (Area 4) made headlines. But how can U.S. companies become suppliers to these massive projects?

Hear first-hand from Total, Fluor, and TechnipFMC plus public-sector experts about what products and services are in demand, both now and down the line. Learn how to navigate procurement processes, mitigate risk, and get in position now. Discover US government resources to help US companies access foreign sales.


DAY ONE: Mozambique’ s Area One Opportunities

• Welcome from U.S. Ambassador Dennis Walter Hearne &

DOC Assistant Secretary Ian Steff

• Country Briefing from Senior Commercial Officer Tamarind Murietta

• Panel Discussion featuring Total and Export-Import Bank

• Q&A

DAY TWO: Mozambique’s Area Four Opportunities

• Panel Discussion featuring Fluor, TechnipFMC, U.S. Development Finance Corporation, US Trade & Development Agency

• Q&A

Mozambique is expected to become a major exporter by 2023. U.S. involvement in the oil and gas sector will create significant demand for U.S. exports, and the U.S. is likely to become the largest investor in Mozambique in the next decade.

Global Project Access (GPA) is a U.S. Department of Commerce initiative leveraging USG resources and partnerships to position U.S. companies to win foreign tenders and access opportunities along the related supply chain to these procurements.