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PetroSA: Owning Foreign Oil Assets Key to South Africa Energy Security

French major Total’s Brulpadda discovery has a big role to play in balancing the country’s energy model and consumption

During a national oil companies panel discussion on the final day of the Africa Oil & Power conference an exhibition, Nhlanhla Gumede, Chairman of PetroSA outlined the realities in the country’s energy sector. In particular, he highlighted that South Africa is an oil consuming country and would remain as such,…

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Is Africa Competitive? Africa Oil & Power (AOP) Panelists Question the Continent’s Attractiveness

The panelists agreed that it is important to look at African countries individually and study their geological terms in comparison to their fiscal terms

Casting a spotlight on exploration and production in Africa’s oil and gas sector, the first day of the Africa Oil & Power conference (https://AfricaOilandPower.com/)  and exhibition concluded with a panel discussion on Africa’s upstream sector. Moderated by NJ Ayuk, Executive Chairman of the African Energy Chamber, the panel invited Robin…

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Senegal’s Ambitious Gas-to-Power Agenda

Senegal aims to obtain sufficient energy sources while reaching a triple objective that includes providing reliable electricity for its citizens

Africa is leading the liquefied natural gas (LNG) global race as it will receive one-third of total global greenfield investments for LNG projects in 2019, around $103 billion. Senegal is leading the way with its giant Grand Tortue Ahmeyim (GTA) gas field, which will have economic and social benefits in…

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Angolan Students in Petroleum Industry to Train in France

50 students have been selected to attend universities in France

Ministry of Mineral Resources and Petroleum and Embassy of France in Angola sign Memorandum of Understanding in Luanda; 50 students have been selected to attend universities in France, co-financed by the French and Angolan governments. Angola and France on Thursday signed an agreement to educate Angolan students at French universities.…