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African Countries must develop Strategic Fiscal Policies to Survive Oil and Gas Industry Changes on Horizon

The future of the global oil and gas industry has been a subject of great fascination and debate for decades. Since COVID-19 surfaced, there has been even more conjecture on … Read More

The Libyan Oil Industry’s Story of Recovery – And What it Means for the Rest of Africa

By NJ Ayuk, Executive Chairman, African Energy Chamber If I called 2020 a terrible year for the oil industry, no one would take exception. Demand collapsed in the spring, during … Read More

BEAC must reconsider its new Forex regulation to save jobs in Gabon, Cameroon, Republic of Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Central African Republic and Chad

On March 1st, 2019, a new Foreign Exchange Currency Regulation was adopted by the members of the Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa states – CEMAC. These member states, … Read More

Nigeria’s Changing Legal Regime: Is Africa’s Biggest Oil Producer Finally Within Reach of a New Oil Law?

By NJ Ayuk, Executive Chairman, African Energy Chamber  This week, the African Energy Chamber will publish a report outlining its short-term predictions for the continent. That report, Africa Energy Outlook … Read More

Leading international geophysical and drilling contractors join the African Energy Chamber to discuss African Exploration opportunities

The discussion will be centred on opportunities for companies involved in oil and gas exploration in Africa and operations in a post COVID-19 environment; panellists include Chuks Enwereji, Chairman, International … Read More

Chancellor Merkel’s Africa Envoy, H.E. Günter Nooke, Leads Discussion on German Investments in Africa

The webinar will be moderated by Sebastian Wagner, Executive Chair of the Germany Africa Business Forum and Gugu Mfuphi, Presenter of Kaya FM’s prime time business show, Kaya Bizz; the … Read More

DRC: Government Expresses Strong Political Will for Gas Monetization Projects

Surrounded by major African oil & gas producers Republic of Congo and Angola, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has so far remained relatively absent of Africa’s league of hydrocarbons … Read More

US-Africa Energy Committee Makes Capital Markets Access its Priority

The US-Africa Committee of the African Energy Chamber  held its first Meeting this week to discuss the future of energy cooperation and investments between the US and Africa post Covid-19. … Read More

Equatorial Guinea & Cameroon: Chevron’s Entry into Central Africa Could be a Turning Point for Gas Industry

The recently-announced acquisition of Noble Energy by Chevron for $13bn gives the American major an entry into Equatorial Guinea’s oil & gas sector, where Noble Energy has interests in the … Read More

German Capital, Technology to Increase in Africa’s Energy Sector

This week, the Germany-Africa Business Forum (GABF) is organizing an exclusive webinar to encourage new deals between German and African public and private energy stakeholders. This is an extremely timely … Read More