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CNPC’s large new oilfield should help Juba bring production back up, and a smaller find could establish a path towards diversification.
SPDC scored a victory in court last week, when a Nigerian judge ordered the government to reinstate its licence for OML 11, a block in the south-eastern Niger River Delta.
Nigeria’s campaign to increase the use of local content in oil and gas projects is suffering setbacks, as the Lagos Deep Offshore Logistics Base (LADOL) is embroiled in legal battles with two key partners.
Saldanha Bay Industrial Development Zone (SBIDZ) is moving closer to establishing itself as South Africa’s only oil and gas operations base operated exclusively by domestic companies.
A team of Kenyan government officials will travel to Turkana County this week to inform residents of the area about plans for the use of future crude oil revenues.
An LNG regasification and storage plant is set to be built in Equatorial Guinea – the first such project in West Africa – as the country advances its plans to develop gas-to-power infrastructure.
The Anglo-Norwegian company BW Energy and its partners have begun drilling a new vertical exploration well at Hibiscus Updip, a prospect within the Dussafu Marin contract area offshore Gabon.
Namibia’s Ministry of Mines and Energy confirmed last week that it was not yet ready to approve any of the proposals it has received for the construction of an oil refinery.
Nigeria’s federal government has signalled that it will continue to battle Royal Dutch Shell’s attempt to regain its position as operator of Oil Mining Lease 11 (OML 11).
The government of Nigeria is gearing up to conduct a wide-ranging audit of the country’s downstream oil and gas infrastructure.
IHS Markit has agreed to assist Angola’s National Agency for Oil, Gas and Biofuels, known as APNG, with its next licensing round, which is due to take place in September.
Kenya’s government intends to endorse Qatar Petroleum’s plans to join an offshore oil exploration project in the Lamu Basin.
Gas can now be moved both ways on a section of the WAGP in Ghana, allowing increased use of its domestic gas resources
With hackers targeting African energy operators, LNG producers should look for ways to fend off cybersecurity threats.
Oriental Energy Resources (OERL), a privately owned Nigerian operator, has confirmed reports of its oil discovery at the offshore Ebok field.
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta revealed last week that the country had become an exporter of crude oil.