The acquisition will see South Africa’s iGas and Mozambique’s CMG hold 40% equity shares in the pipeline.
PetroNor E&P Chairman Eyas Alhomouz to Discuss African Exploration at African Energy Week in Cape Town
Representing PetroNor E&P, an independent oil and gas company with an extensive footprint in Africa, Alhomouz will be coming to AEW 2022 in Cape Town to engage with industry heads, discuss African exploration and production and contribute to decisions that will reshape Africa’s energy future.
The acquisition deal by Eco Atlantic in Block 3B/4B marks the revitalization of energy exploration across southern Africa, representing an important step to kickstarting domestic energy security on the back of oil and gas.
The Democratic Republic of Congo’s upstream sector is looking at securing investment and the participation of regional and international companies to kickstart its hydrocarbon market.
Hamilton will participate at this year’s AEW conference to discuss current trends and the future of Africa’s energy sector.
Despite the ongoing efforts by the African Energy Chamber to drive sustainable socioeconomic growth on the back of African oil and gas, a lawsuit has been filed against us aimed at restricting our efforts to make energy poverty history by 2030.
With Mozambique set to being LNG production this year, the milestone achieved by Eni in the Coral Sul FLNG project is a strong testimony of Mozambique’s gas market growth potential.
The upgrade will see the conversion of 15 gas lift wells to electrical submersible pumps by the end of 2022, paving the way for the maximization of production capacity in the high potential complex.
Cloke joins Afentra CEO Paul McDade at the continent’s premier event for the oil and gas industry to discuss the role of oil and gas in Africa’s energy future.
‘Fossil Future’ Author Alex Epstein Makes Strong, Fact-Based Case for Fossil Fuels’ Ongoing Importance
Energy expert Alex Epstein is convinced that when presented with the facts about fossil fuels’ positive impacts — not to mention their potential to improve the quality of life for billions of people in the developing world — even the “keep it in the ground” crowd will reconsider their stance.