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How to Get Involved at MSGBC Oil, Gas & Power 2022

There are a variety of ways you can get involved at MSGBC Oil, Gas & Power – the region’s most prestigious and highly anticipated energy event this year

Sizeable discoveries coupled with large-scale project developments have positioned the MSGBC region as a key driver of energy security, economic growth and infrastructure buildup in Africa. Projects such as the 15 trillion cubic feet (tcf) Greater Tortue Ahmeyim offshore development; the 20 tcf Yakaar-Teranga liquefied natural gas project; and the…

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Angola Takes Charge of Downstream Developments

An accelerated push by the government to expand the country's downstream sector has led to key projects gaining traction

As the second largest oil producer in sub-Saharan Africa, with production levels most recently estimated at 1.22 million barrels per day (bpd), the Republic of Angola continues to make strides across the upstream segment of its hydrocarbon sector. However, more recently it is the southern African country’s downstream sector that…

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Paul Eardley-Taylor to Drive Investment Narrative at MSGBC Oil, Gas & Power 2022

As a representative of Standard Bank, Paul Eardley-Taylor is well positioned to lead the discussion on securing finance in a post-COVID-19, energy transition context

Energy Capital & Power (ECP) (www.EnergyCapitalPower.com) is proud to announce that Paul Eardley-Taylor, Head of Oil and Gas, Standard Bank, will be speaking at West Africa’s official energy event, MSGBC Oil, Gas & Power 2022. Taking place from September 1-2 in Dakar, Senegal, the conference represents the official meeting place…

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Six Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Developments to Watch in West Africa

As global investors flock to the MSGBC basin, enriched by recent mega-gas discoveries, the top capital expenditure projects to follow range from works by global energy majors

The theme for this year’s MSGBC Oil, Gas & Power Conference & Exhibition is, ‘The Future of Natural Gas: Growth Using Strategic Investment and Policymaking,’ in response to booming investor interest in recently discovered regional gas mega-reserves. With the energy transition a hot topic off the back of COP 26…

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    • Technip Energies, COS Petrogaz Partnership is a Step Towards Domestic Gas Market Growth in Senegal (Picture credit: Technip Energies)
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Technip Energies, COS Petrogaz Partnership is a Step Towards Domestic Gas Market Growth in Senegal

Technip Energies has partnered with COS Petrogaz to accelerate gas development in Senegal, a move that is welcomed by the African Energy Chamber

Engineering services and technologies company, Technip Energies, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with COS Petrogaz – the agency tasked with the definition, supervision, evaluation and control of implementation of state policy in oil and gas projects in Senegal. The MoU will see the two organizations collaborating in the…

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TAQA Arabia and Equatorial Guinea Introduce CNG Vehicles: A Key Step Towards Optimizing Domestic Gas Utilization

The African Energy Chamber strongly supports the move taken by Equatorial Guinea to optimize its gas market through the introduction of compressed natural gas-powered vehicles

Egyptian company, TAQA Arabia, has delivered its first five compressed natural gas (CNG)-powered vehicles in Equatorial Guinea as part of an agreement signed between the firm and the Ministry of Mines and Hydrocarbons to collaborate on the development and expansion of the gas market in the central African country. The…

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    • L-R: Chief Executive Officer, Lagos Free Zone, Mr. Dinesh Rathi; Managing Director, Falcon Corporation Limited, Prof. Joseph Ezigbo; Chief Executive Officer, ND Western Limited, Mr. Eberechukwu Oji; Managing Director, Optimera Energy, Mrs. Audrey Joe-Ezigbo; Managing Director, Fintech & Infrastructure, Tolaram, Mr. Navin Nahata and Managing Director, First Hydrocarbon Nigeria Limited, Mr. Femi Bajomo during the signing ceremony of the Gas Infrastructure Development Agreement for Lagos Free Zone, held in Lagos recently
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Falcon Corporation, ND Western & FHN Consortium Sign Gas Infrastructure Development Agreement with Lagos Free Zone

To actualize this opportunity, the Consortium shall incorporate a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV): Optimera Energy LFZ Enterprise (Optimera Energy) within the Lagos Free Zone (LFZ)

A consortium of Falcon Corporation, ND Western Midstream Limited & FHN Gas Limited, has been selected to build exclusively, own, and operate a Natural Gas distribution infrastructure network within the Lagos Free Zone (LFZ) (https://LagosFreeZone.com). To actualize this opportunity, the Consortium shall incorporate a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV): Optimera Energy…

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Invictus Energy: Exploring Zimbabwe’s Frontier Basins

Scott Macmillan, Managing Director of oil and gas exploration firm, Invictus Energy, highlights the company’s operations across Africa’s energy market

The African Energy Chamber (AEC) spoke with Scott Macmillan, Managing Director of Invictus Energy, ahead of the continent’s premier energy event, African Energy Week (AEW) 2022 (AECWeek.com), about the company’s operations on the continent, the challenges independent explorers are facing and the opportunities AEW 2022 provides for explorers such as…

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Artistes Join Climate Activists in Multiple Concerts and Actions Across Africa, to Oppose East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP), Put TotalEnergies and its Financiers on the Spot

The planned actions included a march, delivery of a petition to TotalEnergies in Uganda and Tanzania, a concert in Goma, DRC on 25th May, as well as concerts set for the 27th of May in Nairobi, Kenya and Dar es Salaam

As Africans commemorate Africa day on Wednesday, local artists joined climate activists in Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania and the Democratic Republic of Congo to mark it by holding concerts and actions during the week, to highlight the dangers of the proposed East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP). Climate activists who attended…

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Forgotten Promises: Civil Society’s Engagement with the African Development Bank (By Dean Bhebhe, Charity Migwi, Aurelie Kalenga)

The AfDB is yet to provide any legitimate explanations as to why it sidelined the voices of African civil society

By Dean Bhebhe - Campaigns Coordinator at the African Climate Reality Project; Charity Migwi - Africa Regional Campaigner at 350.org; Aurelie Kalenga - Communications Manager at the African Climate Reality Project. “Coal is the past, and renewable energy is the future” These were the words of African Development Bank (AfDB)…