Nigerian energy-industry leaders have been reminiscing lately about the country’s earliest efforts to develop marginal oil and gas fields.
El acuerdo marca un paso importante en el camino del país para desarrollar sus recursos de hidrocarburos, al tiempo que reafirma la presencia de Chevron en el país
The agreement marks a significant step in the country’s journey to develop its hydrocarbon resources while reaffirming Chevron’s presence in the country.
Covering the entire region from Mauritania to Guinea, the conference will promote opportunities within the oil, gas and power spaces across the MSGBC region.
Energy Chamber Condemns the Lawsuit Restricting Funding to Mozambique LNG as Ill-Advised and Anti-Energy Poverty Eradication
The recent legal move to restrict the financing of Mozambique’s LNG project is a direct attack on the livelihoods of millions of Africans.
The Energy Pioneers Program (‘EPP’) aims to upskill and empower the future generation of African leaders in the energy industry. To do this, designing the program required input from someone who had recently experienced this transition.
African Business and Political Leaders Start Dialogue to Launch the African Green Initiative at AEW 2022
The African Green Dialogue, led by the private sector, will promote discussions around green energy in Africa, marking a significant step in the journey towards the continent’s energy transition.
African Energy Chamber Supports Shell’s Court Case Victory to Conduct Seismic Surveys Offshore South Africa
The African Energy Chamber welcomes the ruling for Shell to proceed with its seismic surveys of the Eastern Cape.
Oil and gas in Africa especially the central African region is just starting to hit its stride, OPEC Secretary General H.E. Mohammed Barkindo, told a meeting of major oil companies a few months ago, and the future is especially bright in sub-Saharan Africa.
CEMAC Business Energy Forum organized by PRO MEET UP AND LEARN and ML Consulting Fosters Energy Discussions to Uplift the Region
Ministerial representatives from the CEMAC sub-region gathered in Congo-Brazzaville on 29-30 November to participate in the CEMAC Business Energy Forum, discussing the region’s development and inter-regional cooperation.
AEC congratulates Congolese Oil Minister H.E. Bruno Itoua On OPEC Rotating Presidency, as Africa Commands Global energy stage
The Republic of the Congo will assume the rotating presidency of the Conference of Ministers of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries for the mandate year 2022, solidifying Africa’s growing influence in the global energy arena.
La Chambre africaine de l’énergie appelle les dirigeants de la CEMAC à améliorer le climat des affaires au Forum de l’énergie et des affaires de la CEMAC
La Chambre africaine de l’énergie (AEC) a exprimé son opposition aux nouvelles réglementations restrictives des changes adoptées par la Banque des États de l’Afrique centrale qui menacent de freiner les flux d’investissements étrangers dans la région de la CEMAC.