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July 29, 2019The African Energy Chamber Debunks the Senegalese USD$10 Billion Scandal that Never Was
NJ Ayuk debunks the alleged USD$10 billion “scandal” that took place in Senegal.
May 6, 2019South Africa’s State-owned Oil Company Signs Deal to Explore Highly Prospective Block B2 in South Sudan
South Africa signs an exploration and production sharing agreement (EPSA) with South Sudan for Block B2.
March 6, 2019Market Report: Growth in investment opportunities within Africa
NNPC has announced its plans to attract $48.04 billion in oil and gas investments over the next seven years.
February 8, 2019Market report: Oil prices dropped
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February 2, 2019Reticulating gas for South Africa’s largest city
Interview with Monde Tyusha, Managing Director, discussing gas in South Africa’s largest city, Egoli.
January 31, 2019South Sudan Oil & Power 2019
Resumption of production at several key oilfields in South Sudan, a landmark peace deal celebrated in October 2018, and unprecedented cooperation with neighboring Sudan point to improving investment conditions for the energy sector in South Sudan this year. Delegate passes are $490 for companies headquartered in South Sudan, $990 for companies with their headquarters outside […]
January 11, 2019The Buzz: This Week In Africa
Top stories: Sonangol FY profit sees 107% surge, Eiffage Energia Begins Construction on 158MW Wind Farm
December 27, 2018Beating Africa’s Power Problem: The Issues Holding Africa Back
Kenya’s electricity access rate stands at 73 percent and the country is on track to meet its goal of 95 percent access by 2020.
December 19, 2018Renewables: A Driving Force in Africa’s Power Sector
Renewables power projects are popping up all over the continent.
November 29, 2018Total reaffirms commitment to Angola’s oil sector
The oil major plans to remain the country’s leading oil operator.