ZIMBABWE: Mukuyu-1 Drilling Indicates Elevated Gas Shows & Fluorescence Confirms Working Hydrocarbon System

• Fluorescence and elevated gas shows of up to 65 times above background levels in Upper Angwa primary target • Elevated gas shows and resistivity in shallower Pebbly Arkose formation … Read More

CONGO: President Nguesso & Eni CEO Discuss Valorisation & Commercialisation of Gas Resources

The President of the Republic of Congo, Denis Sassou Nguesso, met Eni’s Chief Executive Officer Claudio Descalzi in Brazzaville today, to discuss the Company’s main business activities in the country, … Read More

SOUTH AFRICA: Proposed Regulations Pertaining to Hydraulic Fracturing Published for Public Consultation

Proposed Regulations pertaining to the exploration and production of onshore oil and gas requiring hydraulic fracturing have been published for public consultation. Also publishing for consultation is the intention to prescribe … Read More

OPINION: Africa Can Adopt Renewable Energy on a Massive Scale and Save Billions Along the Way

By Kenneth Engblom, Wärtsilä’s VP Energy for Europe and Africa Africa’s energy future at a crossroad When it comes to building the future of energy in Africa, the decisions facing … Read More

African Gas Producers Eye European Market as Geopolitical Tensions Remain High

Companies operating gas-producing assets in North Africa have started targeting the commodities-strapped European market as geopolitical tensions escalate as Russia continues its offensive in Ukraine. The companies hope to ride … Read More

Angola´s Oil and Gas Sector is Ripe for New Investments

By Verner Ayukegba, Senior Vice-President of the African Energy Chamber Angola is sub-Saharan Africa´s second-largest oil and gas producer with a current production capacity of about 1.1 million barrels of … Read More