Nigeria signs MoU with Morocco & West African countries for $25 billion gas pipeline

A Memorandum of Understanding was signed tlast week between the Economic Community of West African States “ECOWAS”, represented by Mr. Sediko Douka, Commissioner of Infrastructure, Energy and Digitalization, the Federal … Read More

OPINION PIECE: Why Senegal and Mauritania are Front-Runners to Fill the Natural Gas Supply Gap Created by Russia

By NJ Ayuk, Executive Chairman, African Energy Chamber  When German Chancellor Olaf Scholz arrived in Senegal on May 22, he made clear that his country views energy — and natural … Read More

Operator-Friendly Policies Have Positioned Senegal and Mauritania Natural Gas Industries for Success

By NJ Ayuk, Executive Chairman, African Energy Chamber After Mauritania and Senegal signed the inter-governmental cooperation agreement in 2018 that allowed partners Kosmos Energy, BP, and their partners to proceed … Read More

SENEGAL: Technip Energies, COS Petrogaz Partnership is a Step Towards Domestic Gas Market Growth

Engineering services and technologies company, Technip Energies, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with COS Petrogaz – the agency tasked with the definition, supervision, evaluation and control of implementation … Read More

A clean future for Africa’s energy

Africa’s rapid economic expansion creates a daunting energy challenge, combined with rising expectations of improved resilience and sustainability. Finding a sustainable way to meet growing energy needs is one of … Read More

Capex within Africa’s oil and gas sector to hit $30 billion in 2022

Despite global capital expenditure having been on a downward spiral between 2014 and 2020- owing largely to COVID-19 pandemic spending trends and energy transition-related divestment in Africa – the African … Read More