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Sub-Saharan Africa upstream month in brief: ExxonMobil enters Mozambique through the front door

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Lead story : ExxonMobil acquires 25% in Mozambique Area 4 from Eni for US$2.8 billion Development : MohoNord boosts Total in Congo Brazzaville ; further progress at Eni's Cape Three Points in Ghana Exploration : Eni obtained two exploration blocks in Cote d'Ivoire ; Kosmos started the second phase of its Senegal and Mauritania exploration campaign Corporate : Shell exits onshore Gabon ; CNOOC pre empts Tullow farm down in Uganda ; Cobalt submits a formal notice of dispute with Sonangol; two deals signed in the Mauritania Senegal Gambia Bissau Conakry basin; Bowleven has sold an 80% interest in the Bomono PSC in Cameroon to Victoria Oil & Gas Political : South Sudan ese rebels increase attacks on oil workers

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