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FPSO Awards Are Set To Recover To Seven Vessels Next Year

Hit by the second industry downturn in five years, global awards for floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessels will likely be limited to a single unit in 2020, Rystad … Read More

The Future of Senegal’s Hydrocarbons Industry and Opportunities for Investment

Together with Africa Oil & Power, the African Energy Chamber will present a webinar on the future of Senegal’s hydrocarbons industry and the investment opportunities available in the market. Emerging … Read More

Gabon Prepares to Open Oil, Gas and Power Opportunities, Stimulate COVID-19 Recovery

Gabon Oil & Power, taking place on March 15-16, 2021, in Libreville, will be the leading investment platform for Gabon’s oil, gas and power industries; The conference will showcase the … Read More

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 conditions have placed pressure on oil & gas companies to … Read More

Presidents of Chad, Uganda and Senior Minister implicated in Chinese Energy Firm bribing scandal

U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Southern District of New York has said it has charged Chi Ping Patrick Ho aka “Patrick C.P. Ho,” and Cheikh Gadio (the former Foreign Minister … Read More

Unleashing the potential of open EITI data

Source: eiti.org/blog/ Author: Christoffer Claussen On 31 December 2017, an important provision of the 2016 EITI Standard comes into force. It requires implementing countries to make their EITI data available in open … Read More

Rhino Resources Acquires two offshore blocks in East Africa

Rhino Resources has announced it has expanded its African footprint with the recent acquisition of two offshore blocks in East Africa in the Comoros territorial waters. The two offshore blocks … Read More

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 released today. This downturn largely reflects the fall in the … Read More