Category archives for: Oil & Gas

Uganda Fails to Attract New Bidders for Oil Blocks

October 22, 2020//-The second extension of bids for Uganda’s second oil licensing round expired at the end of last month without any new expressions of interest received from oil companies to explore five new blocks on offer in the Albertine Graben, The EastAfrican has learnt.

Vivo Energy Reinforces the Importance of Health, Safety and Security  

Accra, Ghana, October  21, 2020//-Vivo Energy, the pan-African retailer and marketer of Shell and Engen-branded fuels and lubricants, has held its annual Safety Day across the whole company, reinforcing the importance of Health, Safety, Security, Environment& Quality (HSSEQ) at Vivo Energy.

How the Bank of Central African States Has Killed Jobs, Investments and Opportunities

Johannesburg, South Africa, October 21, 2020/ — International energy companies and local services companies spend a lot of time serving people, solving problems, and saving lives with the energy and service they provide.

Mozambique Can Realize Full Benefits of Natural Gas Production

Maputo, Mozambique, October 19, 2020//-For far too long, descriptions of Mozambique have contained some variation of the following:  Mozambique one of the poorest Least Developed Countries in the world faces endemic droughts, floods and widespread poverty.

Tough Times For Africa’s Upstream Oil and Gas

October 17, 2020//-How is the Covid-19 pandemic impacting investment in large-scale oil and gas developments in sub-Saharan Africa? 

The Future of Liquefied Natural Gas: Opportunities for Growth

October The liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry is experiencing low prices and oversupply.

Saudi Arabia Sees Oil At $50 Until 2023

October 5, 2020//-Saudi Arabia appears to be more upbeat about the immediate future of oil prices than fundamentals warrant, according to Goldman Sachs analysts.

What You Need to Know About Nigeria’s Petroleum Industry Bill

October 4, 2020//-In the last few weeks, Nigeria has stepped closer to major reform of its crucial but chaotic oil industry. What exactly is at stake, and will change finally be achieved?

Positioning Women as the ‘Engine of Growth’ in the Oil and Gas Industry

Cape Town, South Africa, October 2, 2020/ — The ‘Women in Energy’ webinar, which was co-hosted by Africa Oil & Power and the African Energy Chamber on Thursday identified education, gender bias and access to capital as key inhibitors to proportionate female representation within the oil and gas industry.

Tanzania, Burundi Plan for Railway and Refinery

September 30, 2020//-After last week’s maiden tour of Tanzania, where Burundi’s President Evariste Ndayishimiye met Tanzanian President John Magufuli in Kigoma, the two countries agreed to build a railway to transport minerals from Gitega.

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