The latest news and features from AOP
In the Rufisque Offshore, Sangomar Offshore, and Sangomar Deep Offshore Joint Venture.
The city’s energy will be developed through Akon’s Lighting Africa initiative.
The companies will work together to develop and improve the transmission network of Ghana.
Three frontier Blocs have been awarded to Total and Eni.
The fifth edition of Africa Oil & Power (AOP) returns to Cape Town on September 15-17 2020.
Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan reached an agreement on the operation of the large-scale dam on Thursday.
The plant will provide Rwanda, Burundi and the Democratic Republic of Congo with electricity.
Egypt aims to use the flow of natural gas to feed domestic demand and increase exports of LNG to Europe.
Interviews and views from the AOP community
H.E. Chief Timipre Sylva has declared 2020 as the Year of Gas for Nigeria.
Pan-African renewable energy firm Lekela is building the region’s first ever wind power project.
Deloitte finds Angola’s regulatory reforms conducive to foreign investment.
NJ Ayuk, an experienced oil and gas dealmaker discusses lessons Africa’s LNG market can learn from Qatar.