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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.
GE and Songas have completed upgrades to the entire fleet of three LM6000PA and one LM6000PC gas turbines at the Songas Ubungo Power Plant in Dar es Salaam.
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.
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After decades of struggle against a deficient power generation system, Senegal is now on the verge of a shift involving the renewables and gas markets.
India's LNG regasification drive is expected to increase Asia and Oceania's industry capacity, contributing around 35% of the total growth between 2019-2023.
The IEA has launched a new online tool that tracks oil and gas-related sources of methane, a major and often overlooked greenhouse gas.
The global gas market is one of the most exciting rapidly expanding spaces in the energy landscape and Africa is in a prime position to take a central role.