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African Energy Chamber Starts a Working Visit to Mozambique to Push for Natural Gas Adoption and Jobs Creation

The Chamber will be advocating for sound local content policies and development and a broader push for gas monetisation in order to fight energy poverty and create jobs

The African Energy Chamber (www.EnergyChamber.org) is in Mozambique this week on a working visit to meet with the country’s government authorities, representatives of the oil sector and local entrepreneurs and services providers. The Chamber will be advocating for sound local content policies and development and a broader push for gas…

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As South Africa reopens, Africa Oil & Power welcomes Investors to Africa’s Energy Event in 2021

As the continent sets its sights on a post-COVID-19 recovery, AOP 2021 will unite industry leaders and stakeholders to usher in a new period of growth

Africa Oil & Power (AOP) (www.AfricaOilAndPower.com) will host the fifth edition of its AOP 2021 Conference & Exhibition (October 5-7) (www.AOP2021.com), serving as the continent’s premier energy investment platform; key event partners include the African Energy Chamber, South Africa’s Department of Mineral Resources and Energy, South Africa Oil & Gas…

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Don’t Underestimate the Power of Natural Gas to Transform Africa (By NJ Ayuk)

The continent’s gas industry is on the verge of real transformation, as the African Energy Chamber (AEC) notes in our 2021 Africa Energy Outlook

By NJ Ayuk, Executive Chairman, African Energy Chamber (EnergyChamber.org) Africa has already made an indelible mark in the oil industry. It is home to four of the world’s top 20 crude oil producers — Nigeria, Angola, Algeria, and Libya — and these same four countries also have some of the…

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African Energy Chamber Offers Guide for Reforms for Equatorial Guinea’s Oil & Gas Sector

To support recovery and boost investment, the African Energy Chamber’s 2021 Outlook offers several pragmatic solutions

The African Energy Chamber (www.EnergyChamber.org) organized a Power Breakfast yesterday in Malabo to mark the launch of its Africa Energy Outlook 2021. The event gathered all of the Chamber’s partners and industry stakeholders in Equatorial Guinea as the market embarks on a path to recovery in 2021. Despite its remarkable…

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COVID-19 and Energy Transition are the Most Significant Determinants of the African Industry Outlook

The impact of the energy transition on long-term demand outlook highlight capital allocation and decision-making prospects in the present time

COVID-19 is undoubtedly perhaps the biggest shock in the history of the oil and gas sector; The demand collapse has caused investments of $690 billion to disappear; The impact of the energy transition on long-term demand outlook highlight capital allocation and decision-making prospects in the present time; Read more by…

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The Rapid Assessment of Burkina Faso Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Monitoring, Reporting and verification (MRV) system

Effectively launched in 2020, this MRV project is nationally supported by the Ministry of Environment, Green Economy and Climate Change of the Republic of Burkina Faso

As part of tackling climate change, the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change States Members have pledged to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions in order to stabilize the increase in Earth's temperature at 2oC through their commitment materialized in NDC in Paris in 2015. In its Article 13, Paris Agreement highlights the need for…

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New Market Realities for 2021 Expected to Drive Revisions of Fiscal Terms to Improve Competitiveness

Many African governments will take steps to adjust the fiscal regimes in 2021 to improve competitiveness

Projected market conditions for 2021 do not indicate a return to high commodity prices, implying that the super profit era of petroleum is over; The industry’s cost base has been adjusted, but African fiscal regimes are often lagging behind and remain uncompetitive in this new environment; Many African governments will…

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Africa Oil & Power Releases Africa Energy Finance Report, Launches Dedicated Finance and Investment Event in 2021

The downloadable report aligns with the Energy Finance Forum, co-hosted as part of the upcoming AOP Conference & Exhibition 2021 (October 5-7) held in Cape Town

Africa Oil & Power (AOP) (/www.AfricaOilandPower.com) has launched its Africa Energy Series: Africa Energy Finance 2020 digital report, as a tool to identify financing needs across the energy value chain; The continent is projected to require $29-39 billion in annual investment to meet forecast energy demand and achieve universal electricity…

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African Energy Chamber to Gather Industry Stakeholders within the CEMAC Region Ahead of 2021 Recovery

The event will gather all of the Chamber’s partners and industry stakeholders in Equatorial Guinea as the market embarks on a path to recovery in 2021

To mark the launch of the latest African Energy Outlook 2021, the African Energy Chamber (www.EnergyChamber.org) will be hosting a Power Breakfast in Malabo on Wednesday November 25th. The event will gather all of the Chamber’s partners and industry stakeholders in Equatorial Guinea as the market embarks on a path…

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Oil and Gas Discoveries and Activity in Southwest Africa Set to Open New Basins for Development and Trigger Big Investments in Namibia, Angola and South Africa (By NJ Ayuk)

This is a time for the oil and gas companies that are involved in these mega-opportunities to redouble their efforts to support local communities and people

By NJ Ayuk, Executive Chairman, African Energy Chamber (www.EnergyChamber.org) Last spring, the Maersk Voyager, an ultra-deepwater drillship under contract by French supermajor Total, drilled a wildcat well in the deepest water ever - 3,628 meters (11,903 feet) in Block 48, a massive area with potentially huge oil reserves in the…