BW Energy, VAALCO Energy and Panoro Energy secure two exploration blocks offshore Gabon
Blocks are located next to the companies' existing producing infrastructure
BW Energy has been provisionally awarded two offshore exploration blocks in Gabon as part of the country’s 12th Offshore Licensing Round.Read More
Gulf of Guinea
The installation of a new GLDU was necessary in order to replace the existing one where gas leaks were detected on the seabed four years ago.
Yesterday, the Gabon Power Company (GPC) signed a landmark Concession Agreement with Wärtsilä for the development, supply, construction, operation and maintenance of a new 120 MW gas-to-power project in Owendo, next to the capital city of Libreville.
A recent study concludes that pursuing large hydropower dams in the DRC is financially risky for South Africa, and assesses the feasibility and cost-effectiveness of renewable energy alternatives to serve the energy needs of both the DRC and South Africa.
Faced with declining oil reserves and the threat of climate change, the Gabonese government has committed to green budgeting.
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The country will get back in recession next year and is in dire need of fresh investment to reverse production decline. Can VAALCO's future development activities help revive Equatorial Guinea's offshore industry?
The preliminary results indicate that the field could be incorporated into future development planning with a possible tie back to the Hibiscus Ruche development but with reserves below the lower end of the pre-drill resource estimate of potential 10 to 40 million barrels of oil.
Jointly launched by Cameroon, Gabon and Equatorial Guinea in the Cameroonian border town of Kyé-Ossi, the 12th edition of the 10-day CEMAC annual cross-border fair (FOTRAC) is organised by the Network of CEMAC’s active women (REFAC).
Partners on Africa's flagship FLNG unit offshore Cameroon have agreed to expand capacity utilisation by 200,000 tonnes in 2022 and possibly by another 400,000 tonnes from 2023.
The Turkish group Desiba Energy is taking charge of the construction of a new 20 MW solar PV facility for an investment of FCFA 17.7 bn.
The surfacing work on the first section going from PK 24 to PK 105 was launched on August 27 at PK 56. The authorities hope to deliver this first section of 81 kilometers by July 2022.