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It’s Time to Rethink Licensing Rounds: For Africa’s Oil- and Gas-Producing Countries, Negotiating the Current Environment May Require…Negotiation
January 18, 2021

In late 2019, as the African oil and gas industry was looking to the future with optimism, Offshore Engineer wrote that the continent was had reason to expect a “more productive 2020.”

Senegal Already Produces Gas: Investors Should Look Onshore
January 15, 2021

The emergence of Senegal as a regional energy power is an exciting story. But for almost two decades, in fact, the country has been producing its own natural gas onshore, an hour’s drive from Dakar.

Total, new operator of Block 58 Offshore Suriname, Announces a Fourth Discovery
January 14, 2021

Total and Apache Corporation have made a new significant oil and gas discovery at the Keskesi East-1 well, in Block 58 off the coast of Suriname. This follows previous discoveries at Maka Central, Sapakara West and Kwaskwasi.

OUT NOW! 2nd Edition of “Billions At Play” Charts Recovery Path for African Oil & Gas Sector
January 14, 2021

Following the widely acclaimed release of his second book, Billions At Play: The Future of African Energy and Making Deals, NJ Ayuk has now released a 2nd edition of the best-seller that takes into account new market realities in a post-Covid19 era.

Ending Violence in Mozambique Will Require United Effort; African Energy Chamber Stands Ready to Assist
January 13, 2021

Executive Chairman, NJ Ayuk dissects the situation in Mozambique’s northern Cabo Delgado province and expresses the willingness to assist from the African Energy Chamber.