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The African Energy Chamber’s Investment Committee commits to facilitate investments worth billions of USD in 2021 for African energy projects

AEC investment Committee members bring a wealth of finance and energy industry experience and creative thinking that are key to solve the huge lack of finance facing the energy sector across Africa.


February 25, 2021


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Cameroon’s Tradex Inaugurates Its First Service Station in Equatorial Guinea as Part of Its Expansion Plan

H.E. Gabriel Mbaga Obiang Lima, Equatorial Guinea’s Minister of Mines and Hydrocarbons officially inaugurated Cameroonian oil operator, Tradex’s first service station last week after nine months of construction work.


February 23, 2021


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Delegation of Nigeria’s Ministry of Petroleum Resources holds a bilateral meeting with the Ministry of Mines and Hydrocarbons of Equatorial Guinea

H.E. Gabriel Mbaga Obiang Lima, Minister of Mines and Hydrocarbons of Equatorial Guinea met with H.E. Timipre Sylva, Minister of Petroleum Resources of Nigeria at the presidential palace in Malabo.


February 23, 2021


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    Indigenous Companies

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    Governments and Public Sector

    Change must be led by active and engaged government departments. The AEC works closely with energy ministries and policy makers to help deliver sustainable, beneficial and profitable energy sector growth.

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    Put the AEC network to work for your company. We collaborate with companies that are looking to enter or expand in Africa, providing inside-track information and contacts to ensure success. Talk to us about partnerships to drive business forward.

    Natural resources are a pedestal for building nations, economies and wealth

    Through building a strong network driven by common interests, the African Energy Chamber is determined to improve the landscape of the African energy sector, and explore the continent’s full potential in a way where our people benefit first.

    About the African Energy Chamber

    The African Energy Chamber (AEC) is the voice of Africa’s energy sector

     

    The leading chamber of successful networks, transactions and partnerships at the helm of Africa’s growing energy industries. The AEC actively promotes the interests of the African continent, its companies and its people.

     

    Partners of the African Energy Chamber have the power to shape Africa’s energy future by promoting growth, fostering collaboration, shaping policy, and providing leadership and guidance in the fast-growing energy sector.

     

    Together, we can shape Africa’s energy future