The African Energy Chamber will be hosting a webinar alongside S&P Global under the theme, ‘Infrastructure Led Exploration: No silver bullet,’ on September 7.
African energy Ministers convened at the second edition of MSGBC Oil, Gas & Power 2022 where discussions largely centered around how gas is integral for the continent’s economic transformation.
Namibia, Equatorial Guinea Strengthen Energy Relations with High-Level Visit with Ministry and National Oil and Gas Companies
A delegation led by Hon. Minister Tom Alweendo is currently in Equatorial Guinea, meeting with high-level industry executives and touring the country’s liquefied natural gas facilities.
Tom Alweendo will be accompanied by Petroleum Commissioner Maggy Shino, NAMCOR Head Immanuel Mulunga alongside other high-level executives during his official visit to Equatorial Guinea.
For Libya’s oil industry, 2022 has been quite the roller-coaster ride so far.
At a time when global oil markets are experiencing significant volatility, member countries of OPEC+ have the means to address these challenges, and Equatorial Guinea
In the months since the European Union declared it would reduce its reliance on Russian oil following that country’s invasion of Ukraine, there’s been a lot of talk about the new opportunities this moment is creating for Africa’s natural gas industry.
AEC Congratulates H.E. Abdirizak Mohamed for his Appointment as Minister of Petroleum & Mineral Resources of Somalia
With his appointment as minister, H.E. Abdirizak Mohamed is set to usher in a new era of industry growth and development.
International Energy Companies in Angola, Nigeria Illustrate Importance of Creating Enabling Environments
Last fall, I wrote about the importance of African governments doing everything they could to encourage international oil companies (IOCs) to continue operating in their countries. IOCs play an important role in supporting economic growth, job creation, capacity building, and knowledge sharing.
Le rôle de l’Algérie, de l’Égypte et du Nigeria dans la recherche par l’Afrique de parts du marché gazier européen
La réduction des livraisons de gaz naturel russe est une source d’anxiété pour l’Union européenne – et à juste titre, étant donné que le bloc a été beaucoup trop dépendant pendant beaucoup trop longtemps de Gazprom, une entreprise russe majoritairement publique qui sert d’instrument de politique de facto pour le Kremlin.
The curtailment of Russian natural gas deliveries is a source of anxiety for the European Union — and rightly so, given that the bloc has been far too dependent for far too long on Gazprom, a majority state-owned Russian company that serves as a de facto instrument of policy for the Kremlin.
Le Sénégal et la Mauritanie doivent capitaliser sur leurs vastes ressources en gaz naturel le plus rapidement possible
Le Sénégal et la Mauritanie pourraient être décrits comme des étoiles montantes de l’industrie énergétique.