Southern African waters drew more interest from energy explorers with Norway’s Statoil and Italy’s Eni wading into Mozambique waters. Statoil and Eni were among those winning bids to explore for potential reserves in the waters off the coast of Mozambique, where depths range from 650 feet to 5,900 feet. Nick Maden, a regional exploration director for Statoil, said Mozambique waters are among the more promising frontier basins in the area , where the oil potential is said to be “significant.” “The position strengthens and develops our global exploration portfolio,” he said in statement. Eni last year said it discovered natural gas in a well in an area off the Mozambique coast thought to hold 85 trillion […]