Uganda has signed a host government agreement (HGA) with Total on the East Africa Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP), followed by new declarations with Tanzania on the link.
Few companies are paying down debt while staying bullish on exploration plans, but Africa Oil is an exception.
A UK court has ordered P&ID to pay £1.5 million to Nigeria as an interim payment to cover costs involved with litigation around a proposed gas-processing plant in Cross Rivers.
Libya’s National Oil Corp. (NOC) has pitched for new investment in the country’s oil and gas sector, even while reporting new security breaches at the Sharara oilfield.
58 Egyptian offshore workers have finally returned home, four months after their initial two-month stint ended.
A conveyor belt has broken at the Medupi power plant, in South Africa, leading Eskom to warn that any further breakdowns would spark Stage 2 load shedding at short notice.
Tullow Oil produced 77,000 barrels per day of oil in the first half, in line with expectations.
Shell has struck a deal to farm into Kosmos Energy’s portfolio offshore Sao Tome & Principe, Suriname, Namibia and South Africa.
Systems Sunlight is preparing a pitch for the second round of Nigeria’s energising education programme (EEP), a company official has said.
Sonatrach has signed contracts with six domestic companies on the construction of networks and pipelines.
Recently launched Kariya Energy intends to sign up marginal fields in West Africa, the company’s director Gerd Nji has said.
Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has defended the government’s decision to halt support for fuel products and increase electricity prices.
Nigerian National Petroleum Corp. (NNPC) has denied allegations that the price of the Ajaokuta-Kaduna-Kano (AKK) gas link was inflated by $1.527 billion.
Friends of the Earth (FoE) has issued a legal challenge to the UK government’s decision to support Mozambique LNG.
Trafigura has delivered a first shipment of low sulphur gasoil to Berbera, in Somaliland.
Frontier Energy has gone online with its highly regarded Africa E&P Summit, due to take place on September 16 and 17.
Cairn Energy has abandoned plans to sell its stake offshore Senegal to Lukoil, abiding by Woodside Energy’s pre-emption.
The energy sector in Sub-Saharan Africa faces numerous challenges, but there is also an increasing sense of urgency and opportunity for the development of the industry on the continent.
An English court has approved Nigeria’s request for an extension in its case against Ireland’s Process and Industrial Developments (P&ID).
BP’s Greater Plutonio floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel offshore Angola has produced 600 million barrels of oil.
Sonatrach has reported two leaks on the OK1 pipeline, which links Hassi Messaoud to Skikda.
Sonatrach has begun using its R-OB1 oil pipeline, rehabilitating a previous link dating from 1959.
The COVID-19 pandemic has triggered one of the most volatile periods on record for energy markets, not least within the LNG industry.
Nigerian National Petroleum Corp. (NNPC) has launched a tender for the purchase of Nigerian crudes.
Eskom has announced Stage 4 load shedding as the power system struggles to keep up with cold weather-driven demand.