Although The Gambia is actively exploring offshore areas to tap into hydrocarbons potential and aims to position itself as one of the new oil producing countries in the MSGBC Basin; by no means is fossil fuel development the only area in which the Gambian authorities are looking to boost the dynamism of the country´s energy […]
With three-quarters of crude production still shut in the Gulf of Mexico, Hurricane Ida remained one of the key factors determining price movements this week.
Accra, Ghana//-The Minority in Parliament has given the assurance that it would ensure the state secures a fair arrangement in its AKER/ Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) deal.
Johannesburg, South Africa//– The eyes of international oil and gas investors are becoming increasingly fixed on Africa as an area of development, and on the East Africa region in particular – with good reason.
Nigeria has a new law to regulate its oil industry Andrew Holt/Construction Photography/Avalon/Getty Images Omowumi Iledare, University of Cape Coast Nigeria’s journey to the Petroleum Industry Act started in 2000 under President Olusegun Obasanjo, who inaugurated an oil and gas sector reform implementation committee.
A major discovery 50km south of Abidjan raises serious questions about how to exploit Africa’s vast energy reserves amid a global energy transition.
Luanda, Angola/ — Energy Capital & Power International Conference Director, João Gaspar Marques, spoke to H.E Diamantino Pedro Azevedo, Minister of Mineral Resources, Petroleum and Gas of Angola, about the impact of COVID-19 on the country’s oil and gas sector.
Mozambican soldiers on patrol in Palma, Cabo Delgado, following the terrorist attack in March. EFE-EPA/Joas Relvas Francois Vreÿ, Stellenbosch University The insurgency in the Cabo Delgado province of Mozambique has been placed firmly in the international spotlight since radicals linked to Islamic State launched their audacious attack on the town of Palma in March, killing […]