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The latest book of Nj Ayuk, “Billions At Play: The Future of African Energy and Doing Deals” has been released and is now fully available for sales on Amazon.
In his new book, Billions at Play: The Future of African Energy and Doing Deals, leading African energy attorney, NJ Ayuk, maintains that Africans have the power to reverse the so-called “resource curse” and use their continent’s petroleum resources to fuel positive changes—but only if they address unresolved security issues.
Following South Africa’s approval of its revised Integrated Resource Plan (IRP2019), the African Energy Chamber is optimistic about investment prospects and energy sector growth in the country.
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.
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.
Leads the conversation on Continental trade, collaboration and strengthening the African Petroleum Producers’ Organization.
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.
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.
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.
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.