Africa Oil & Power Conference
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Angola set to attract even more foreign direct investment (FDI) in 2020

Angola Oil & Gas Conference & Exhibition returns to Talatona June 16-17, 2020

Africa Oil & Power supports Angola with year-long FDI campaign in 2020 to promote capital inflow into bankable projects; Angola Oil & Gas Conference & Exhibition (AngolaOilAndGas2020.com) returns to Talatona June 16-17, 2020; “Angola: African Investment Capital 2020” will capitalize further on the critical reforms passed by Angola President H.E. President João…

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Market access and cooperation will unlock opportunities in Africa’s energy sector

Last week, the African Energy Chamber (AEC) launched its first annual African Energy Outlook for 2020

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. Last week, the African Energy Chamber (AEC) (EnergyChamber.org) launched its first annual African Energy Outlook for 2020. The report, compiled to provide key…

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Guinea-Bissau: African Development Bank presents the Lusophone Compact to private sector at Economic Forum

The Lusophone Compact, a financing platform involving the African Development Bank, Portugal, and the six Portuguese-speaking countries of Africa (PALOPs), provides risk mitigation, investment products and technical assistance

The African Development Bank (http://www.AfDB.org) presented the Lusophone Compact to the private sector in Guinea-Bissau last month, during an event at the national Economic Forum. The Lusophone Compact, a financing platform involving the African Development Bank, Portugal, and the six Portuguese-speaking countries of Africa (PALOPs), provides risk mitigation, investment products…

Source: African Energy Chamber |

The African Energy Chamber launches the Top 25 Movers and Shakers to Watch list

The Top 25 Movers and Shakers to Watch list forms part of the African Energy Chamber’s African Energy Outlook

United States President Trump’s America First strategy to shape Africa’s energy industry; Barkindos OPEC to bring stability; Nigerian entrepreneurs dominate the African energy landscape; Angola on rebound; Senegal champions gas. Document link: http://bit.ly/2ONSA2q On Wednesday, the African Energy Chamber (https://EnergyChamber.org/) launched its inaugural Top 25 Movers and Shakers to Watch list.…

African Energy Chamber
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5th Gas Summit of the Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF) Summit Confirms Africa’s Potential as Future Global Gas Investment Hub

Half of the Forum’s members are African, including Algeria, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Libya, Nigeria and Angola, who was the last member to join in 2018

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,…

African Energy Chamber
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African Energy Chamber | African Energy Outlook 2020

The African Energy Chamber is set to release its African Energy Outlook for 2020

What is the African Energy Outlook 2020? A comprehensive overview of the oil and gas sector across sub-Saharan Africa, with a focus on the strategic, operational and investment trends in the industry. Key insights Strategic: The low oil price environment is forcing African producers to sharpen their competitive edge. Several…

Source: African Energy Chamber |

João Marques: It’s Time to Negotiate for a Better Future for Africa’s Energy Industry (By João Marques)

By enhancing production and streamlining resource management, African countries can finally have the capital to invest in industrialization and in the diversification of their economies

By João Marques If you go to Amazon.com to purchase NJ Ayuk’s most recent book “Billions at Play: The Future of African Oil and Doing Deals”, which you absolutely should do, you will notice that besides his previous book, “Big Barrels: African Oil and Gas and the Quest for Success”,…

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DHL Express Scoops 24 Top Employer Awards for the Sixth Consecutive Year

DHL Express received 24 certifications across 23 countries in Sub-Saharan Africa this year

DHL Express (www.DHL.com) has been recognized as a Top Employer in Africa for the sixth consecutive year by the prestigious Top Employer Africa Institute, highlighting the company’s ongoing commitment to being an employer of choice. Paul Clegg, VP Human Resources for DHL Express Sub-Saharan Africa, said that being recognised as…

African Energy Chamber
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Making Our Own Luck: What Africa’s Future Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Producers Can Learn from Qatar in the Era of Billions At Play (By NJ Ayuk)

Qatar learned that it possessed truly huge reserves of natural gas in 1971, when Royal Dutch/Shell discovered the North Dome structure, also known as the North field

By NJ Ayuk As I got into the process of writing my recent book Billions At Play, The future of African Energy and doing deal, the story of Qatar intrigued me. Its success is contagious and African LNG producers can learn from this country. Qatar learned that it possessed truly…

Source: Africa Oil Week |

Stability is key for supermajor investment in Africa

In order to tap Africa's immense reserves, commercial terms must be in place to draw those investments

Although it may appear that much of the exploration activity in Africa is driven by smaller independents, the supermajors still have a significant role to play. In recognition of the importance of the market these supermajors were all well represented by senior executives at this year’s Africa Oil Week (Africa-OilWeek.com).…