Geofizyka Torun has begun shooting 3D seismic onshore in Mozambique for Sasol.
South Sudan has largely squandered its oil revenues, with International Crisis Group (ICG) suggesting the state be paid to not produce.
A number of Nigerian governors have called for the federal government to revisit the Petroleum Industry Act (PIA).
A Royal Navy ship is on its way to the Gulf of Guinea, amid a continued focus on security.
ExxonMobil continues to hold out hope for its Rovuma LNG project, in Mozambique, while Shell has held talks with the Tanzanian government on another East African export plan.
Libya has established the South Refinery, intended to resolve fuel shortages and unemployment in the country’s south.
Eni CEO Claudio Descalzi has held talks with Cote d’Ivoire President Alassane Ouattara on plans to fast track the development of the Baleine 1-X discovery.
A BP executive told internal investigators he was concerned about the energy giant’s dealings with a Nigerian middleman and payments being discussed to secure lucrative contracts.
Uganda’s oil plans are starting to come together, with contracts nearing on the current project and with more to come.
Savannah Energy increased revenues and adjusted EBITDA on higher volumes but is waiting a number of catalysts for change.
It is the “greatest time to be in the industry”, United Oil & Gas CEO Brian Larkin told Energy Voice, following the announcement of the company’s interim results.
Tackling emissions has come to dominate discussions around ESG, driving concerns that progress is slipping on tackling the energy gap that continues in many African states.
As global markets consolidate recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic, LNG markets globally are tightening, with demand growth led by anticipated surge in Asian and Latin America demand.
Eni has started up the Cabaça North development in Angola’s Block 15/06, adding another 15,000 barrels per day to the local hub.
Angola has announced the contractor groups for its onshore bid round, as it moves towards new awards.
Cairn Energy and Cheiron Petroleum have completed their acquisition of assets in Egypt’s Western Desert from Shell.
Exploration companies big and small are warming up for a busy next 12 months – although some have warned this may be the last such push in the energy industry.
BP traders lost $100 million in a “debacle” of a deal with a West African commodities firm, according to details from a London employment lawsuit that offers a rare glimpse into the business on the oil giant’s trading floor.
On the cusp of activity starting, Uganda is making ready for a storm of activity to develop its Lake Albert resources.
TMC Compressors has won work to supply the marine compressed air system to Woodside Energy’s Senegalese field.
Libya’s National Oil Corp. (NOC) has officially launched a unit in the UK with the aim of improving collaboration with local companies.
Protests will kick off tomorrow aimed at reforming South Africa’s Department of Mineral Resources and Energy (DMRE).
The African Energy Chamber (AEC) has launched an internship programme, aiming to place African graduates with energy companies.
Exports have resumed from a number of ports in Libya, with local protestors agreeing to end their occupation.