The latest news and features from AOP
Niger is the world’s fourth largest uranium producer.
The African Export-Import Bank represents Africa’s leading multilateral trade finance institution.
The relationship between South Sudan and Sudan has improved since the change of government.
ION plans to help unlock Mauritania’s remaining hydrocarbon potential for years to come.
South Sudan holds the potential to generate over 2,500 MW of electricity from hydropower.
AOP examines influential women in Kenya, Uganda and South Sudan.
The webinar explored the market dynamics set to shape post-COVID-19 German-African business relations.
The acquisition of Noble Energy by Chevron grants entry into Equatorial Guinea’s energy sector.
AOP examines influential women in Nigeria, Equatorial Guinea and Senegal.
Interviews and views from the AOP community
Karpowership offers a solution to South Africa’s power shortage problem.
Renergen holds the first and only onshore petroleum production right in the country.
Nedbank funds power projects across Africa.