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MSGBC2021: Innovative Strategies for Socioeconomic Growth in the MSGBC Region

Day two of the MSGBC Oil, Gas & Power 2021 Conference and Exhibition featured a panel discussion presenting effective strategies to promote local content development and capacity building in the region

Under the theme ‘Innovative Strategies for Socioeconomic Growth,’ day two of the MSGBC Oil, Gas & Power 2021 Conference and Exhibition, held in Dakar, Senegal, on 17 December, featured a panel discussion with speakers including Aguibou Ba, Director General of the Institut National du Pétrole et du Gas (INPG); Mor…

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South Sudan: Preserving Economic Progress in the Face of COVID-19

South Sudan, set to capitalize on renewed peace, has pegged 2020 as a year of stability and economic growth, underpinned by the country’s revived oil and gas sector

Amid COVID-19, South Sudan shows the world it is open for business and committed to economic prosperity and inclusive growth; South Sudan hosted a webinar organized by the African Energy Chamber and Africa Oil and Power (http://www.AfricaOilandPower.com) that focused on economic impacts, sanctions and economic/developmental progress; Africa Oil & Power…

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Opportunity for Local Content in Angola’s Energy Sector

As Africa’s second largest producer of oil, standing at 1,4 million barrels per day pre-COVID-19, Angola is one of Africa’s key players in the petroleum sector

Africa Oil & Power (www.AfricaOilandPower.com), together with the African Energy Chamber, hosted a public webinar where industry leaders unpacked strategies to set Angola on its 2021 growth trajectory; The webinar was comprised of a brief presentation and 70-minute moderated panel discussion featuring upstream-, downstream- and service-related topics, followed by a…

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Investment Report examines Angola Oil and Gas Projects

The available-for-download report provides the status of several investment projects in development in Angola

Africa Oil & Power launched its Africa Energy Series Special Report: Angola 2020 on Thursday; the available-for-download report provides the status of several investment projects in development in Angola, including its 2020 licensing round, construction of gas processing facilities in Soyo, and more; the publication follows the announcement of the new dates…

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G20 backs OPEC+, But Deal in Jeopardy as Mexico Refuses Cuts

Mexico is the lone holdout in a global deal to save the oil and gas industry; US set to see production decline

In an historic effort to power the oil and gas industry out of its worst tailspin in its 100-year history, the United States, Canada and other G20 nations are backing the OPEC+ group of countries in a broad effort to reduce global oil supply and restore stability to the oil…

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Sudanese Minister of Energy and Mining will attend South Sudan Oil and Power 2019

Sudan has been a key role player in facilitating peace in South Sudan

Minister Adel Ali Ibrahim will meet with his South Sudanese counterpart, Minister Awow Daniel Chuang, at South Sudan Oil & Power 2019; topics to be discussed include the resumption of Block 5A and logistics corridors between the two countries; Sudan has been a key role player in facilitating peace in…

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African Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) to attract $103 Billion in 2019

Nigeria, Egypt, South Africa, Mozambique, Senegal and Mauritania lead investment across supply and demand driven projects

Africa is an exciting frontier in the global natural gas sector. The continent holds 7.1 percent of proven global gas reserves (http://bit.ly/2KKgTgQ) and is expected to contribute nearly 10 percent of global production growth through to 2024 (http://bit.ly/30murnZ). On the demand side, Africa’s large, urbanized and industrialized societies of the…

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Equatorial Guinea to build West Africa’s first Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) storage and regas plant

The project forms part of Equatorial Guinea’s regional LNG2Africa initiative which seeks to drive gas monetization through in-country gas-to-power projects

Located at the Port of Akonikien, the landmark regasification plant will enable the storage, transportation and distribution of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to the country’s mainland; 12 bullet tanks will carry 14,000 cubic meters of storage capacity, supported by a truck loading station and 12-kilometers of ten-inch gas and diesel…