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General Electric oil and gas division enters Mozambique

Staff Writer |
The oil and gas division of General Electric said it entrenched itself in the emerging natural gas sector in Mozambique with new supply contracts.

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GE Oil & Gas signed two five-year contracts with a regional subsidiary of Italian energy company Eni to provide equipment for offshore developments tied to Mozambique's gas assets.

"As the only subsea production systems supplier in-country and in East Africa, it provides tremendous opportunities to grow our operations in the region," Neil Saunders, the president and CEO of subsea systems and drilling for GE Oil & Gas, said in a statement.

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