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May 1, 2017East African Oil Projects Need Infrastructure
Co-Founder and Director of Trinity Energy, Richard Raja, talks about the infrastructure needs in South Sudan
February 6, 2018Bright Future for Africa’s Oil and Gas Sector
Forecasts indicate 2018 will be a year of improvement across the board, starting with a boost in oil and gas production.
April 20, 2017Catalysts: Renewables and Technology
AOP panelists Ian Cogswell and Dr. S.Z. Gata on their catalysts for change in 2017.
February 13, 2017Something to Lean On
SacOil's CEO on the key roles of large shareholders and government in new ventures.
January 31, 2018Political Certainty and Policy Discipline, a Way Forward for South Africa
AOP talks to Niall Kramer, Chief Executive Officer of the South African Oil & Gas Alliance (SAOGA), an official partner of AOP, about the key trends for the oil and gas economy in Southern Africa for 2018. SAOGA is dedicated to promoting the upstream and midstream sectors of the oil and gas value chain, primarily […]
January 18, 2018Energy Coalitions: The AOP 2018 Theme
AOP 2018 focuses on the new alliances emerging and how African oil, gas and power sectors can grow in this environment.
December 11, 2017The Buzz: This Week in Africa
Top Stories: Tullow's Uganda Farm-Down Expected Next Year; Ivory Coast, Morocco Power Projects Get a Boost
December 6, 2017South Sudan Oil & Power 2017
South Sudan Oil & Power 2017 was the first dedicated energy and infrastructure event in the nation’s history. On October 11-12, 2017, industry experts, government officials from the Transitional Government of National Unity and leaders from the private sector gathered in Juba to tackle energy and infrastructure challenges and showcase opportunities, including: Assessing the technology and […]
October 30, 2017The Buzz: This Week in Africa
Top stories: Kenya, Tullow Oil Ink Deal to Progress with Pipeline; Dangote Refinery to be Operational in 2019
October 27, 2017Market Report: Nigeria Pushes Overhaul of Refineries
Nigeria's refineries investment requires an investment of $2 billion.