DMEA - Downstream Middle East & Africa

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In a region which has shown both extensive investment and increased instability over the past few years, MEA merits a significant degree of technically minded and industry-focused coverage.

While DMEA details mid- and downstream company activity throughout the Middle East and Africa, it also contains information of tender announcements and awards, allowing our customers to be kept aware of what their competitors are up to as well as informing them of new opportunities.

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Iran moving forward to execute condensate-for-crude swap deal with Venezuela

24 May 2022

Iran appears to be moving forward with implementation of the co-operation deal signed during Oil Minister Javad Owji’s visit to Caracas earlier this month.

NNPC-Sahara JV takes delivery of two LPG tankers

24 May 2022

Sahara Group said on May 23 that WAGL Energy Ltd, its joint venture with state-owned NNPC Ltd, had taken delivery of two LPG tankers in South Korea.

Downstream impact

18 May 2022

NewsBase takes a brief look at some of the economic and political fallout from the Russia-Ukraine war, with a focus on regional markets for jet fuel and diesel around the world.

Rwanda’s first cooking gas plant aims to end population's reliance on wood fuel

17 May 2022

Rwanda’s first cooking gas plant can be expected to start production in a year, according to Minister of Evironment. This is the latest step to end the country’s reliance on wood fuel for cooking.

SERAP sues Buhari in a bid to force investigation of refinery funding

17 May 2022

SERAP, a Nigerian NGO, has taken legal action against two high-ranking officials for their alleged failure to investigate charges that funding allocated to government-owned refineries had been stolen or mismanaged.

Imopetro head says Mozambique not at risk of fuel shortage in near term

17 May 2022

Abiba Amade, director of operations at Mozambique’s national fuel import concern Imopetro, says she does not expect the country to encounter any fuel shortages in the near term, as import shipments have continued to arrive.

'World’s first' modular LNG FSRU to be deployed in Senegal

13 May 2022

KARMOL has announced that the world’s first LNG floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) is now ready for deployment in Senegal.

Energy minister: Tanzanian government approves TZS100bn grant for fuel price relief

11 May 2022

Tanzania’s Energy Minister January Makamba said on Tuesday (May 10) that the government was preparing to make TZS100bn ($43mn) in extra funding available to mitigate the economic impact of rising fuel prices.

Kosmos says GTA project is 75% ready

11 May 2022

US-based Kosmos Energy said on Tuesday (May 9) that work on the Greater Tortue/Ahmeyim (GTA) project is more than three quarters complete.

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