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The Way Forward: How Africa Can Make a Comeback from the Oil & Gas Downturn

Stunning drops in crude oil prices—the result of COVID-19-related declines in demand and an oil price war between Saudi Arabia…

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Why now could be a good time for U.S. Independent Oil and Gas Producers to consider opportunities in Africa

By NJ Ayuk It isn’t breaking news that the world is currently on “lock-down mode.” Around the globe, the COVID-19…

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African partnerships strengthen Deep Casing Tools’ global footprint

UK-based oil and gas technology development company, Deep Casing Tools (DCT), has announced the appointment of two agents as part…

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Outlook for Africa’s oil & gas industry improves – PwC report

The outlook for Africa’s oil & gas industry is positive amid difficult operating and economic headwinds. Tough economic and external…

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Equatorial Guinea Presents Offer to Join OPEC in 2017

Gabriel Mbaga Obiang, Minister of Mines and Hydrocarbons, travelled to Vienna on January 20 to meet with OPEC officials and…

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Opportune Time for Africa Oil & Gas Industry to consider Change: PwC Oil & Gas Review

The decline in the global oil price has led to a reduced level of activity across the African continent and…

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National Petroleum Data Management for Africa Set for Uganda in April

Uganda will host a workshop on managing national petroleum data organised by Norway, under the Oil for Development (OfD) Programme…

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Eni awarded Exploration Company of 2015

Eni is winner of the Petroleum Economist Award, established in 2006 by the prestigious Petroleum Economist, as Exploration Company of…

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Nine Companies and Countries Commit to End the Practice of Routine Gas Flaring

Nine oil companies and nations including Royal Dutch Shell, Statoil, Norway and Gabon have committed, for the first time, to…

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Sub-Sahara Africa’s growth to slow amid oil and other commodities price drop – World Bank

Sub-Saharan Africa’s growth will slow in 2015 to 4.0 percent from 4.5 percent in 2014, according to World Bank projections…