DMEA - Downstream Middle East & Africa

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Sonangol strikes deal on use of Pumangol fuel storage facility

29 April 2020

Angola’s national oil company (NOC) Sonangol is working with Pumangol, its joint venture with the Singapore-based commodities trader Trafigura, to establish a national petroleum product reserve.

Botswana keen to ensure fuel and energy supplies during lockdown

28 April 2020

Botswana’s government has pledged to ensure adequate supplies of fuel and energy to the population during the lockdown imposed to combat the coronavirus pandemic.

Equatorial Guinea, Marathon choose Vfuels for modular refinery study

27 April 2020

The government of Equatorial Guinea and Marathon Oil (US) have chosen a contractor for a study of plans to construct a modular oil refinery.

Ghanaian expert says low prices could lead to cuts in oil production

27 April 2020

Ghana’s Institute of Energy Security (IES) has warned that sinking oil prices may force the company to reduce crude output.

Qatar picks Chinese yard to build LNG carrier fleet

23 April 2020

State-run China State Shipbuilding Corp. (CSSC) and state-owned Qatar Petroleum have signed a contract that will see the Chinese company build a new fleet of liquefied natural gas (LNG) carriers for the Middle Eastern gas giant.

NCDMB touts Project 100 programme to NLNG

23 April 2020

The Nigerian Content Development Monitoring Board (NCDMB) has asked the four-member Nigeria LNG (NLNG) consortium to look to participants in its Project 100 programme as it seeks local contractors to assist in the expansion of its seventh production

QP forges ahead with LNG expansion, undeterred

16 April 2020

Qatar Petroleum is not downsizing its LNG expansion plans in the face of the market downturn, and has kicked off drilling at the North Field East project.

Edited by

Frazer Simm


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