Africa Energy Series (AES) investment reports are set to launch at the Africa Oil & Power conference and exhibition at the CTICC in Cape Town.
Equatorial Guinea in partnership with the African Energy Chamber will be continuing its outreach to global investors with the Year of Investment 2020.
Register to join in on the conversation with industry exeprts, as they will talk about the diverse African LNG sector, which presents an exciting environment for doing business in Africa.
Several African countries – rich in oil and gas reserves –will next month be extending licensing rounds offering in bids to entice investors.
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The government of Equatorial Guinea, represented by the Ministry of Economy, Finance and Planning, has concluded a successful mission at WEF on Africa.
Ed's Note: One of ESI Africa's trending stories from last week caught my attention as it relates to the gas industry on the west coast of Africa.
Minister of mines and hydrocarbons, Gabriel Obiang Lima, led the Year of Energy initiative in which Equatorial Guinea launched major natural gas projects.
Equatorial Guinea is set to construct the first LNG storage and regasification plant in West Africa, advancing gas-to-power through domestic infrastructure.
Equatorial Guinea has concluded definitive agreements with the Alen Unit and respective Punta Europa Plant owners to monetise gas from the Alen Unit.