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Tânia Munhequete

Tânia Munhequete was born in Mozambique in 1970, and holds a degree in Civil Engineering from Pelotas Catholic University – Brazil, having afterwards undertaken the Construction Management Program (CMP) by the University of Stellenbosch.

Since September 2016 holds the position of Executive Vice President for Engineering and Projects Development of ENH, E.P., the NOC from the Republic of Mozambique.

Has been admitted at the National Roads Administration (ANE) in 1993, still has an engineering technician, having worked successively in various projects, having had high exposition to the management and negotiations of contracts.

From 2010 to 2016, has occupied the post of ANE’s Head of the Contracts Administration Department, whose task was to coordinate the management of all of ANE’s main ongoing contracts related to the construction, rehabilitation and upgrading of roads in the country.

Victor Tivane

Víctor B.L.Tivane  is a Mozambican investment and business development consultant with more than 15 years experience in promoting investment and developing SMEs (Matching Grant Schemes, Linkages and Industrial Parks).

Currently is the Director at National Hydrocarbon Corporation at the Local Content Division. As the Director of this Division, the main role is to lead and coordinate the company policy operationalization regarding the local industry promotion and development, employment creation and acceleration of skill and technology transfer.

The last position was a Consultant at the World Bank Competitiveness and Private Sector Development Project for Mozambique (PACDE).

Víctor Tivane has worked at the Investment Promotion Centre, in the preparation and implementation of Industrial Parks in Mozambique and advisor for foreign and domestic firms, in matters of investment; as adviser during the implementation of Aluminium Smelter (MOZAL); and as the Manager of the Linkages Program Office at the World Bank Enterprise Development Project using tools such as Matching Grant Schemes and Supplier Development Program.

Benjamin Chilenge

Born on December 30, 1963 in Lago, Niassa Province, Mozambique and a graduate degree in Business Administration, Faculty of Economics, Eduardo Mondlane University, is a cadre who has been doing his career at the Ministry of Mineral Resources and Energy (MIREME), since 1983.

At MIREM he held the positions of Head of the Labor Organization and Wages Section (OTS) and Head of the Department of Administration and Finance, National Director of Planning and Development and Advisor to the Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy.

From 1998 to 2007, he was the Administrator of ENH, in the Department of Administration, Accounting and Finance, cumulatively served as Administrator of CMG and CMH.

He was project manager: Pande Gas Engineering Project, Credit n.2629 MOZ, World Bank financing; Technical Assistance to ENH, Project MOZ 2469, funded by NORAD; Energy Reform and Access Project (ERAP), Credit n. 3819 MOZ, World Bank financing; And the Mining and Gas Technical Assistance Project (MAGTAP), funded by the World Bank and DFID.

He is currently Commercial Vice President at ENH, E.P. since September 2016.

Amad Valy

Amad is a Senior Geologist by background with a postgraduate degree in Groundwater and Petroleum Geology. He currently serves as COO and Board Member of ENH Logistics, which before was a Head of Prospect Evaluation Division at ENH. He started his professional career as an exploration geologist at the Geological Survey of Mozambique in 1992, and joined ENH in 1998, having 16 years of experience in the oil & gas sector. As part of his professional responsibilities Amad participates in many geological courses, on-the-job training, and international conferences. He also works on and coordinates various geological projects in Mozambique. He has produced articles for several publications, as well as geological maps describing the geology of Mozambique. Amad is a member of several Geological Societies and is a full member of Continental shelf claim of Mozambique.

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