Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari said he will meet leaders from the Niger Delta next week in an attempt to end an insurgency in the oil producing region.
Oil firms in Nigeria have sacked an estimated 3,000 workers, according to union officials in the country.
Angola's Supreme Court has called on its President to respond to an inquiry on why his daughter was appointed as the head of the state oil firm.
The Niger Delta Avengers have claimed responsibility for an attack on a Chevron oil pipeline.
Oil workers are set to end a strike at French firm Maurel and Prom's Onal field in Gabon today after a deal was reached to reinstate dismissed personnel.
Egypt’s Oil Minister has said there is no confirmation as to when Saudi petroleum supplies will resume to the country.
African commodity exporters risk a “disorderly” hit to their economies if they don’t adapt to the reality of low prices, said a senior official at the International Monetary Fund.
Scottish oil and gas companies are going on a third trade mission to East Africa in as many years to help narrow the region's skills gap.
Aberdeen-based asset manager Arnlea Systems has won a deal to carry out inspection services for an African-focused oil and gas operator.
Subsea 7 has landed a deal offshore Egypt.
ExxonMobil said it will begin drilling its first exploratory well off the coast of Liberia next month.
MX Oil has cashed in on its Aje Field.
Nigeria’s First Lady has openly questioned whether her husband, President Muhammadu Buhari, is in control of his government and said she may not campaign for him if he seeks a second term.
Gabon's cabinet has said it has cut its 2017 budget by more than 5% after persistently low oil prices and falling output in the Central African country.
A Romanian engineer who was kidnapped in Nigeria on Monday has been freed.
South-Africa-based SacOil and Nigdel United Oil Company have dropped legal claims against each other over a licence in Nigeria.
Tlou Energy shares nudged up 4% today after the commercial potential of its coal bed methane project in Botswana was confirmed.
A car-bomb explosion has been reported in Nigeria.
Gunmen have kidnapped a Romanian engineer in the Niger Delta, according to reports.
Japanese firm JGC has won a $1.4billion contract to help Algeria’s state energy company increase production from its largest gas field, a news report said.
Nigeria said it only managed to raise 55% of its six-month revenue target in the first six months of this year.
Training in the operation and maintenance of new electricity supplies in rural Malawi is being supported by the Scottish Government.
Kenya has said it needs the oil price to be no lower than between $50 and $55 a barrel to exploit its reserves at a profitable level.
Exxon Mobil Corp. was ordered to pay a record $74 billion fine in Chad for underpaying royalties in the central African nation where the company has been drilling for 15 years, according to a court document.
Africa could become a significant global market for imported liquefied natural gas (LNG) by 2025, according to a senior official at Total.