As Mozambique moots the development of a new coal export terminal at the port of Nacala to help the emerging terminal at Beira cope with exports from Tete Province, Brazilian firm Vale has injected more urgency into the debate.
While the first phase of production at the Moatize project will yield about 11 mtpa from 2011, Vale is already carrying out a feasibility study into the Phase 2 development that could see output reach 26 mtpa....
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