DMEA - Downstream Middle East & Africa

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QP raises climate ambitions

17 January 2021

Refinery closures set to increase South Africa’s dependence on fuel imports

12 January 2021

Refinery closures are likely to make South Africa more dependent on petroleum product imports in the near term, according to Citac, a UK-based consultancy that monitors Africa’s downstream sector.

Analyst: LNG construction sites key to fighting in Mozambique

12 January 2021

Construction sites for onshore facilities related to a large-scale LNG project are a focal point of the campaign by Islamist insurgents to seize control of Mozambique’s northern Cabo Delgado Province, according to a Verisk Maplecroft analyst.

NRG: Pushing ahead with plans

12 January 2021

Companies and countries alike are taking steps forward with various oil and gas plans, though some continue to tread carefully in uncertain market conditions.

Nigeria begins another year without a new oil and gas law

6 January 2021

Industry observers are keen to see the Nigeria's PIB passed soon – and are also coming forward with criticism of the bill now under discussion.

Total asks some staff to vacate Mozambique LNG site on safety concerns

5 January 2021

France’s Total is reported to have asked some of the staff working on the construction of Mozambique LNG to vacate the site on security concerns.

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