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The government of Ghana has asked Parliament for approval to borrow up to $1.65bn for the purpose of investing in offshore oil and gas projects.
US-based Air Products has agreed to supply heat exchangers for the Nigeria LNG (NLNG) consortium’s Train 7 project.
Shell is reportedly gearing up to unload its stake in Nigeria-focused SPDC.
Participants in the East Africa Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) project are reportedly on track to establish the holding company that will build and operate the link before the end of next month.
UK-based Sound Energy said last week that it had signed a long-term supply agreement with Afriquia Gaz (Morocco) for fuel from the micro-LNG plant that will be built at the Tendrara licence area in eastern Morocco.
Mele Kyari, the group managing director of Nigerian National Petroleum Corp. (NNPC), has said he expects the Ajaokuta-Kaduna-Kano (AKK) natural gas pipeline to give a boost to Nigeria’s economy.
Italy’s Eni has lost its appeal of a previous court decision ordering its local subsidiary, Eni Ghana Exploration, to turn over some of the money it was earning from the sale of oil from the offshore Sankofa field.
Niger's Oil Minister Sani Mahamadou said late last month that his country was making progress in its campaign to establish a new export route linking oilfields in the Agadem basin to the coast of Benin.
Italy’s Eni is set to connect Cuica, a newly discovered field within the Cabaça development area of Block 15/06 offshore Angola, to production infrastructure in the near future.
Italy’s Eni has lost its appeal against a previous court decision ordering its local subsidiary, Eni Ghana Exploration, to turn over some of the money it was earning from the sale of oil from the offshore Sankofa field.