The webinar will take place on 31 May 2022 (16:00 GMT) under the theme, “Africa – What could be (The Billion Dollar/Barrels Question).
The Need to Strengthen African Financial Solutions Emphasized During Equatorial Guinea Business Forum
As capital expenditure directed towards oil and gas projects tightens, a panel discussion during an African Energy Chamber-led business forum in Equatorial Guinea emphasized the role of Africa’s domestic financial institutions.
Stakeholders Discuss Gas Monetization and Energy Poverty During Oil Industry Business Forum In Equatorial Guinea￼
During a Malabo Business Breakfast hosted by the African Energy Chamber, speakers discussed gas monetization, energy poverty and ease of doing business in Africa.
Stakeholders Discuss Project Resumption, Local Content and ROMPCO Expansion During AEC Working Visit to Mozambique
During a working visit to Mozambique, the African Energy Chamber met with H.E. Carlos Zacarias, Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy, about project resumption at key gas developments, improving local content and making energy poverty history by 2030.
The expansion of the production sharing contract for Block G represents a step in the right direction for Equatorial Guinea as the country moves to scale up investment and production.
H.E Didier Budimbu, Minister of Hydrocarbons of the Democratic Republic of Congo, announces the country’s new licensing round for 16 oil blocks that are available for exploration during a roundtable hosted by the African Energy Chamber.
Equatorial Guinea and the DRC’s Hydrocarbon Ministers provided insight into their respective energy markets during a roundtable interview hosted by the African Energy Chamber.
Through the introduction of licensing rounds, large-scale project takeoffs and industry-focused energy events, Angola is positioning itself as a leading hydrocarbon market in 2022 and beyond.
African Energy Week 2022’s Hydrogen Summit will provide insight into the African continent’s hydrogen potential, outlining key projects and opportunities across high potential markets including Namibia, Niger, Senegal, South Africa and Egypt.
Investment in oil and gas projects in Angola will have a significant impact on Africa’s cumulative capital expenditure and exploration and production activities.
Mozambique’s gas resources have the potential to meet both regional and international gas demand, however, delays in the development of gas projects due to political instability in the southern African country continue to restrain market expansion.