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Gaz du Cameroun

Gaz du Cameroun terminates agreement to supply gas to ENEO

On expiry of the remedy period, Gaz du Cameroun announced it will terminate its gas supply agreement with ENEO Cameroon with immediate effect.
IFC

AKK Gas Pipeline to revive deteriorating industries in Nigeria

President Muhammadu Buhari expressed confidence in that the completion of the AKK gas pipeline will facilitate revival of declining industries in Nigeria.

Nigeria: President Buhari to launch AKK gas pipeline project

President Muhammadu Buhari will on 30 June launch the construction of the 40-inch x 614km Ajaokuta-Kaduna-Kano (AKK) Gas Pipeline project.
Gaz du Cameroun

CEF fast-tracking rationalisation of its three subsidiaries

The CEF Board has given the go-ahead to start a process to consolidate its three subsidiaries, PetroSA, Strategic Fuel Fund and Igas.
COVID-19

Op-Ed: Impact of COVID-19 on oil demand and LNG developments

With the rapid spread of COVID-19 across the globe, the energy sector is suffering from the impending losses both in employment and revenue.
rural electrification

Quest for expression of interest: Gas thermal power plant in Cameroon

The government of Cameroon seeks to pre-qualify partners for the study, construction, and operation of a gas-fired thermal power plant in Limbé.
gas industry

Global natural gas markets record major demand shock

2020 is on its way to experiencing the largest recorded demand shock in the history of global natural gas markets, states IEA.
IFC

Equatorial Guinea extends oil and gas exploration licenses by two years

Equatorial Guinea announced that it will extend exploration licenses for two years and relax capital expenditure requirements for E&P companies.
Azizo power plant

Côte d’Ivoire’s Azito power plant expansion attracts MIGA guarantees

Backed by MIGA guarantees, expansion of the Azito power plant will provide an additional 253MW by way of a new gas turbine and a new steam turbine.
revenue

Power & Gas utility stocks make 29.5% loss

A recent study has revealed that at the end of March, European power and gas utility stocks had lost 29.5% of their value compared to the start of 2020.

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