South Africa-based Sasol and its partners in Mozambique have signed an agreement with Petroleos de Mocambique (Petromoc) to purchase condensate from the latter.

The country’s state-owned distributor of petroleum products, will supply the condensate from the Central Processing Facility in Temane, Inhambane province, Oil Review Africa reported.

John Sichinga, senior V-P for international exploration and production at Sasol, said, “We have been focusing on identifying, and sustaining Mozambican suppliers that can support and help develop our activities and participate meaningfully in the value chain of the growing hydrocarbon industry.”

Recently, Sasol CEO David Constable stressed Mozambique as key to regional expansion plans, according to Bloomberg.