WorldOil Total finalizes $16 billion Mozambique LNG financing program The amount raised, which includes a loan from the Export-Import Bank of the U.S., matches the African nation’s gross domestic product. Tullow Oil suspends Kenyan oil-export program Tullow Oil’s export and testing of Kenya’s crude under a pilot plan ended June 2, as timelines for development in the East African nation slowed. Total lands $15 billion financing commitment for Mozambique LNG project The Area 1 LNG project will generate about $38 billion in revenue for Mozambique’s government over its lifetime, supplemented by sales from an even bigger project led by Exxon Mobil in the neighboring Area 4 offshore block. W-Industries lands Total EandP Mozambique subsea support contract The contract includes engineering, manufacturing, integration, automation and testing of the Onshore Subsea Equipment related to the development of the Golfinho subsea assets. Tullow and Total retain Natixis to sell Kenyan oilfield stakes Tullow Oil and Total have started the process to sell part of their stakes in oil discoveries in Kenya, said people familiar with the matter. South Sudan tenders environmental study following “years of neglect” of its oil sector South Sudan's President, Salva Kir, seeks to reverse the "lack of environmental standards and guidelines" in its oil and gas activities, as the East Central African nation seeks to ramp up production. Total’s Mozambique LNG project lands $400 million loan Total SA’s giant Mozambique gas project will get a $400 million loan from the African Development Bank, adding to its list of backers as the East African nation works to establish a fuel-export industry. Exxon awards $13 billion in Mozambique LNG contracts Exxon Mobil awarded contracts worth about $13 billion to three companies including JGC Holdings Corp. to build a giant liquefied natural gas plant in northern Mozambique, the country’s oil and gas regulator said. Exxon awards contract for Africa’s biggest-ever private project Exxon Mobil Corp. awarded a JGC Corp.-led group a contract to develop its Mozambique liquefied natural-gas project, which is set to be the biggest-ever private investment in Africa. Exxon will approve Africa’s largest LNG project, says Mozambique Mozambique’s government said Exxon Mobil will sign off on an initial investment decision for a liquefied natural gas project that could cost as much as $33 billion to build -- the biggest ever in Africa.