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January 18, 2019Saudi Arabia announce plans to build oil refinery, petrochemicals plant in South Africa
The construction is part of a $10 billion investments drive into the country.
October 11, 2018Petrochemicals set to become largest driver of oil demand
Set to account for one third of oil growth by 2030.
March 10, 2020S&P Global Platts
S&P Global Platts is the leading independent provider of information, benchmark prices and analytics for the energy and commodities markets. For over 100 years, they’ve brought clarity and transparency to the energy and commodities markets, enabling companies, governments and individuals to act with conviction. From an original focus on petroleum, they now cover oil, natural […]
February 12, 2020Waltersmith to Replicate Nigeria’s Modular Refinery Model in Equatorial Guinea
The plant will be commissioned in Nigeria in May 2020.
November 19, 2019Eskom Appoints new CEO
The new CEO will be at the helm of the re-organization and unbundling of the state-owned entity.
October 11, 2019Senegal Launches First Ever Senegal Oil & Power Conference & Exhibition
Oil and gas hotspot in Africa will host a flagship conference in Dakar, May 27-28 2020.
Senegal Oil & Power 2020
The first Senegal Oil & Power 2020 conference will be postponed due to measures related to the containment of the COVID-19 virus. Africa Oil & Power remains committed to the health and safety of all event participants and staff and we will continue to develop contingencies and weigh meaningful options according to guidelines from the […]
October 9, 2019“Investors should be excited” says Senegal’s Oil Minister
H.E. Mouhamadou M. Cissé speaks at the ‘Focus on Senegal’ panel at the AOP2019.
April 26, 2019Market Report: Minister appeals for investment into Nigeria
Nigeria appeals for investors to empower four of the nation's refineries.
January 18, 2019The Buzz: This Week In Africa
Top stories: IPPs increase year-on-year share of electricity generation, South Sudan pipeline leaking two barrels an hour and Fuelling a crisis