Category archives for: Energy

INFOGRAPHIC: Is ExxonMobil contract really the best deal?

February 24, 2018

TOR Needs $300 Million to Refine Products

It is emerging that the Tema Oil Refinery (TOR) will need some 300 million dollars before it could refine products to the current specified sulphur content for diesel of 50 parts per million.

Egypt: USAID and MoE Launch Renewable Energy Curriculum

Aswan, Egypt, February 21, 2018/ — A new curriculum developed by the U.S. Agency for International Development in partnership with the Ministry of Education (MoE) will help over 300 technical school students in Aswan and Hurghada specialize in renewable energy and prepare them for employment in Egypt’s promising solar and wind power sectors.

GE Program Calls for Entries from Schools and Colleges

USA, February 21, 2018//-GE Additive is now accepting applications from schools and colleges for the 2018 cycle of its Additive Education Program (AEP).

The Bad and Good Sides in ExxonMobil Petroleum Agreement

Accra, February 19, 2018//-The Government of Ghana has signed an agreement with ExxonMobil in a move that will see increased activities in Ghana’s oil exploration activities.

Ghana Warns Oil Companies  

Accra, February 19, 2018//-Ghana’s Petroleum Commission has warned that it will not approve any petroleum contract that does not fulfill the three months’ mandatory notice ahead of its implementation.

UK Supports Uganda’s Solar Energy Industry

Kampala, Uganda, February 19, 2018/ –The British High Commissioner to Uganda, Peter West announced a new partnership between the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) and the United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF) in Uganda.

Aker Energy Buys Hess Ghana Business

Oslo, Norway, February 19, 2018//-Norwegian billionaire Kjell Inge Roekke’s Aker Energy plans “significant” oil exploration and production in Ghana after a $100 million deal to buy Hess Corporation’s (HES.N) business there.

When Mobile Meets Modular: Pay-as-you-go Solar in Rural Africa

February 18, 2018//-One of the most pressing developmental challenges in sub-Saharan Africa is the dire need for modern energy services among the energy-poor, low-income communities who are beyond the reach of economically viable electricity grids.

Eni-Ghana Ventures into Renewable Energy Sector, Signs MoU with Coys

Accra, February 17// – Eni-Ghana has signed two separate Memoranda of Understanding with the Volta River Authority and the Bui Power Authority to develop power generation from renewable sources.

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