Central African Countries Are Betting on Pipelines and Hubs to Alleviate the Region’s Energy Poverty

Central African Countries Are Betting on Pipelines and Hubs to Alleviate the Region’s Energy Poverty

Central African Countries on Thursday signed a deal to create a gas and oil pipeline

Kenya’s KenGen Inks a Geothermal Partnership Deal with Japan’s Toshiba ESS

Kenya’s KenGen Inks a Geothermal Partnership Deal with Japan’s Toshiba ESS

The Kenya Electricity Generation Company (KenGen) signed a partnership agreement with Japan’s Toshiba Energy System

Nigeria Loses Grip of Africa’s Top Oil Producer Spot to Angola amid Oil Theft and Production Struggle

Nigeria Loses Grip of Africa’s Top Oil Producer Spot to Angola amid Oil Theft and Production Struggle

Nigeria loses its long-held spot as Africa’s largest oil export to Angola, becoming the second

West African Energy Ministers Emphasize ‘Gas is Good for Africa’ for a Sustainable Africa’s Energy Future

West African Energy Ministers Emphasize ‘Gas is Good for Africa’ for a Sustainable Africa’s Energy Future

West African Ministers on September 1st and 2nd discussed the future of natural gas in

Private Sector Investment in Africa’s Infrastructure  Hit US$19bn in 2020, Its highest Since 2016

Private Sector Investment in Africa’s Infrastructure  Hit US$19bn in 2020, Its highest Since 2016

Private investment in Africa’s infrastructure has increased progressively in recent years, reaching its peak in

ZIM Signs a 10-year $1bn LNG Bunkering Deal With Shell

ZIM Signs a 10-year $1bn LNG Bunkering Deal With Shell

ZIM Integrated Shipping Services Ltd, on August 31, 2022, announced the signing of a 10-year

South Africa In Need of At Least $293 Billion to Bridge Infrastructure Investment Gap by 2030

South Africa In Need of At Least $293 Billion to Bridge Infrastructure Investment Gap by 2030

South Africa needs to raise $293 Billion (4.8 trillion South African Rands) for infrastructure investment

Rich in Oil and Natural Gas Reserves, Senegal and Mauritania are Still Poor in Infrastructure— Now is the Time to Make Change

Rich in Oil and Natural Gas Reserves, Senegal and Mauritania are Still Poor in Infrastructure— Now is the Time to Make Change

Senegal and neighboring Mauritania have the largest oil and natural gas deposits beneath their coastal

Pipeline Breaches Banking Principles: Report

Pipeline Breaches Banking Principles: Report

A new non-profit report has flagged a controversial oil project linking oil fields in a

Angola Collaborates With Zambia for Rapid Construction of a Cross-border Oil Pipeline

Angola Collaborates With Zambia for Rapid Construction of a Cross-border Oil Pipeline

A pipeline project to export oil and its derivatives from Lobito refineries in Angola to