The European Parliament has criticised a proposed East African pipeline, calling for TotalEnergies to consider an alternative route.
A botched sale in Tanzania has seen Swala Oil and Gas dispute Orca Energy’s accounting process, leading to threats of legal action.
Angola has inaugurated a new unit at the Luanda refinery, with Zambian officials expressing their interest in securing fuel supplies from their neighbour.
Africa could build 120 million tonnes per year of LNG capacity, the International Gas Union (IGU) has said, but development remains slow.
The East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) company has applied to the Ugandan government for a licence to begin construction.
Major investors have signed a framework agreement with Tanzania, marking progress for the country’s LNG aspirations.
Wentworth Resources has struck a deal to buy Scirocco Energy’s 25% stake in the Ruvuma licence, for up to $16 million.
Nigeria’s Petrodel Resources has dusted off its Tanzanian licences and announced a plan to return to the East African state.
ARA Petroleum Tanzania (APT) should spud a well in Tanzania in November, partner Aminex has said, with production from Ntorya starting at the end of 2024.
Wentworth Resources has posted another strong set of results with revenues up 26% on higher production.
Munich Re will not insure the East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP), throwing up another challenge for the TotalEnergies-driven project in Uganda and Tanzania.
It is unlikely that Europe will agree to cutting gas flows from Russia, but the invasion of Ukraine has had a clear impact on security of supply considerations.
Four of South Africa’s five major banks have said they will not support the East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP), in Uganda and Tanzania.
Tanzania has chosen the UK office of Baker Botts and GaffneyCline to lead talks with foreign investors on a proposed LNG export facility.
The military intervention in northern Mozambique has seen some successes, but with the recent death of a South African soldier and talk of the insurgency shifting, it is far from over.
A French court has found against TotalEnergies in a case on the “duty of vigilance” law, with environmental NGOs claiming this as a victory.
Wentworth Resources has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Vitol to offset emissions in Tanzania.
Tanzania has begun negotiations with companies on a proposed $30 billion LNG scheme.
EPCM Holdings’ local subsidiary has won a two-year framework agreement in Tanzania for downstream gas projects.
Maurel et Prom has reported production slipping 5% in the first nine months of the year, even while revenues increased 42%.
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.
Uganda’s oil plans are starting to come together, with contracts nearing on the current project and with more to come.
TotalEnergies has a plan to evacuate endangered animals from Uganda and Tanzania to France – or so a group of unidentified pranksters would have the world believe.
A larger than previously thought share of the world’s hydrocarbons cannot be produced if the world is able to control warming to only 1.5 degrees Celsius.
Tanzania has extended the Ruvuma production-sharing agreement (PSA) to provide time for development of the area’s gas plans.