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In line with the African Energy Chamber’s repeated calls on African governments and oil companies to do more to protect the security of energy infrastructure in Africa, the Chamber is endorsing Energy Ops-Security Agora (Agora Nexus).
Africa’s energy sector is a catalyst for growth and development across the continent. Industry and investors need to stay abreast of the high-speed advances in the energy landscape.
In its latest African Energy Outlook 2020, the African Energy Chamber calls for sustained fiscal reforms to attract capital and technology into exploration in the continent.
The case for Africa in the grand scheme of natural gas
Nigeria has given assurance of its total commitment to the full implementation of the Agreement entered into by OPEC and 10 Non-OPEC Member States also known as the OPEC plus or the Declaration of Cooperation (DoC) Countries
The African Energy Chamber launches a petition against the idea that the continent should not explore its full hydrocarbon potential in the wake of the climate change debate.
The African Energy Chamber is pleased to announce the launch of its inaugural African Energy Outlook for 2020.
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On Wednesday, the African Energy Chamber launched its inaugural Top 25 Movers and Shakers to Watch list.
The 5th Gas Summit of the Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF) is convening in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea this week, attended by heads of state of GECF Member Countries and hundreds of African executives and leaders of the gas industry. As natural gas becomes a central pivot of Africa’s energy transition, the Summit will be supporting key developments shaping Africa’s natural gas sector while bringing global attention to the contribution African markets play in a growing global gas economy.