Tuesday, May 26, 2020
Tanzania marked the beginning of construction of Rufiji power plant Rufiji Hydropower Project (RHPP) at Stiegler’s Gorge with President John Magufuli laying the foundation stone. The government officially handed over the area around the 2,115-MW Rufiji hydro project to joint...
The solar photovoltaic (PV) plants are part of the Scaling Solar initiative in Senegal, conducted jointly by the Senegalese authorities and International Finance Corporation (IFC) PARIS, France, July 19, 2019/ -- ENGIE (www.ENGIE.com) and partners Meridiam and FONSIS have signed...
The Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) is set to upgrade seven critical transmission line across the country. Managing Director/CEO of TCN, Mr Usman Gur Mohammed announced the reports and the said the aim is to raise transmission wheeling capacity to 10,000 megawatts...
A responsAbility-managed energy holding company has acquired a 26% interest in Renewable Energy Holdings (REH), the owner and operator of run-of-river hydropower projects in Southern Africa. REH is the majority owner and operator of the 3 MW Sol Plaatje, the...
The government of the republic of Kenya through the states ministry of Petroleum and Mining has signed an agreement with three major oil companies namely Total, Tullow Oiland Africa Oil Corp to develop a crude processing facility with a capacity to...
South Africa is set to develop a pioneering 1 MW pilot project aimed to supply clean electricity to a large-scale Hermanus abalone farm, in the Western Cape. Mean Sea Level (MSL) CEO and Engineer Marius...
Exxon Mobil Corp. resumed talks with Ghana Oil Co. as the oil supermajor nears a deadline to find a local partner for the exploration of crude at an offshore field, according to people familiar with the matter. Talks between Exxon and...
* Privately-held New Age (African Global Energy) said on Thursday its appraisal well to determine the extent of the Etinde field offshore Cameroon was successful. * Partners in the field comprise Bowleven and Lukoil . * “The recently completed second well,...
Nigeria’s state oil firm NNPC has extended its crude-for-product swap contracts, the country’s main avenue to meet the bulk of its fuel needs, until June 2019, sources familiar with the matter said. Despite having a refining capacity of about 445,000...
At least five oil consortiums said they were considering a proposal from the state-run Nigeria National Petroleum Corp. to prolong a crude-for-fuels swap program until the middle of next year, people familiar with the matter said. Extending the swap would...
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