Negotiating for a better future: Why the good or bad of Russia’s presence in Africa will rely on the continent’s ability to make better deals
Russia’s return to Africa has been the subject of wide media coverage, governmental concerns and civil society reactions in recent weeks, especially as Sochi gears up to host the first ever Russia-Africa Summit next week. Most commentators have come from Europe and North America to voice concerns over Russia’s dodgy arm deals in Africa, political meddling with unstable African regimes, and its overall challenging of the status quo on the continent.
Oil Industry and Civil Society Congratulate “Africa Oil Man of the Year” Macky Sall on Taking Bold Steps to Develop Senegal’s Hydrocarbons Industry
The African and global energy sector is rallying behind Macky Sall’s efforts to develop his country’s oil & gas industry, which are positioning Senegal as a new energy hub in Africa. Such efforts and achievements are being celebrated this week as the President of Senegal receives the Africa Oil Man of the Year from Africa Oil & Power.
President of APPO & HMSPR, Chief Timipre leads visit to Angola, Gabon & South Sudan
Leads the conversation on Continental trade, collaboration and strengthening the African Petroleum Producers’ Organization.
It Is Time to Create Aggressive Market-Driven Policies That Spur Economic Growth
The African Energy Chamber advocated for better regulatory frameworks, local content development, women empowerment and cross-border cooperation at the grand opening of Africa Oil & Power in Cape Town this week.
H.E Chief Sylva receives LUKOIL’s Top Management; Initiates High-Level Bilateral Relationship between Nigeria and Russia
The LUKOIL delegation expressed their commitment to finalize the ongoing investment decision towards acquiring stakes in Nigerian fields in addition to actively recruiting locally, the vast talent in-country even as it expands its upstream portfolio.
Sylva receives Chargé d’Affaires of the U.S. Embassy Nigeria; affirms zeal to deliver on the key priority areas
The Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, H.E. Chief Timipre Sylva yesterday, received the Deputy Chief of Mission and Chargé d’Affaires of the Embassy of the United States of America, Kathleen FitzGibbon who led a delegation on a courtesy visit.
La promesse pétrolière non réalisée de la RDC à l’ère « des milliards en jeu »
Ce n’est un secret pour personne que l’industrie minière de la RDC est d’une importance vitale pour répondre aux besoins en minéraux du pays et du monde.
The Unrealized Oil Promise of the DRC in the era of “Billions At Play”
It is no secret that the DRC’s mining industry is of vital importance in answering the country’s and the world’s mineral needs. Today, copper, cobalt and other byproducts represent the backbone of the DRC’s economic structure at about 85% of its exports.
L’exécutif angolais de l’énergie, Pugliese, déclare que le nouveau livre de NJ Ayuk associe la gouvernance et la monétisation du gaz à la promotion de l’Afrique
Le principal avocat africain de l’énergie, NJ Ayuk, affirme que la corruption, sous toutes ses formes, est l’un des principaux obstacles à la croissance des entreprises sur le continent.
Angolan Energy Exec Pugliese Says NJ Ayuk’s New Book Connects Governance and Gas Monetization with African Advancement
Leading African energy attorney NJ Ayuk maintains that corruption in all its forms is one of the most significant barriers to business growth on the continent.
The Time has come for American Super Dividends through Pro-Growth Angolan Investments
On the 16th of October, the U.S. – Angola Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the Embassy of Angola in the United States and the Angola Representation at the World Bank Group, will host the first Angola Economic Forum (AEF), just before the 2019 Annual World Bank – IMF meeting.
Equatorial Guinea launches aggressive 2020 Investment Agenda with the African Energy Chamber.
In light of the success of the Year of Energy 2019, an initiative of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea which is seeing the organization of several high-level investment conferences and roadshows in Malabo and internationally this year, the country will be continuing its outreach to global investors with the Year of Investment 2020.