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World oil markets have found some support over the last week, but companies are still adjusting to the new price environment.
Nigeria’s gas-to-power programme hinges on the success of pipeline projects, which have a mixed record.
UK-listed Sound Energy hopes to team up with a local partner to distribute and market production from the small-scale gas liquefaction plant it intends to build at the Tendrara licence area in eastern Morocco.
Meshack Tshekedi, the CEO of Botswana Oil Ltd (BOL), said last week that his company was taking steps to compensate for a slowdown in petroleum product deliveries from South Africa.
Tanzania’s government reportedly expects to begin negotiations with France’s Total on a host government agreement (HGA) for the construction of the East Africa Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) in the near future.
France’s Total and Algeria’s Sonatrach have agreed to extend their existing LNG supply partnership by three years.
Welcome to the seventh edition of NewsBase’s Roundup Global (NRG), in which our team of international editors provide you with a snapshot of some of the key issues affecting their regional beats.
Chariot Oil & Gas (UK) said last week that it was looking into the possibility of exporting natural gas from Morocco’s offshore zone to Spain.
South Africa’s Renergen is working with a subsidiary of France’s Total on the marketing and distribution of LNG.
The head of the Ethiopian Petroleum Supply Enterprise (EPSE) noted last week that domestic petroleum product consumption had declined significantly as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.