Africa Energy Series
Africa Energy Series (AES) is a range of reports that explore the energy industries of African countries and how they impact the greater economy and society at large. Produced by Africa Oil & Power these investment reports provide a complete portrait of each country’s oil and gas sector via the perspective of government leaders and industry professionals.
AES: Senegal will highlight investment opportunities across an array of sectors including oil and gas, renewable energy and power; as well as legal frameworks that have been implemented in Senegal’s petroleum sector.
AES: Angola will provide an overview of the Angolan oil and gas value chain and its key developments. The report will also highlight Angola's efforts to develop its large-scale oil and gas projects.
AES Special Report 2020 Egypt
Egypt is Africa’s largest non-OPEC oil producer and Africa's third-largest natural gas producer. The AES Special Report Egypt discusses developments in the country's gas sector.
AES Special Report 2020 Algeria
Algeria – which has been a member of OPEC since 1969 – is rich in natural resources. The AES Special Report Algeria highlights the country's efforts to further attract foreign investment into its energy sector.
AES Special Report 2020 Kenya
The AES Special Report Kenya unpacks how the country has boosted its power generation capacity and the steps it is taking to achieve 100% renewable energy generation by 2030.
AES Special Report 2020 Gabon
Gabon’s history of oil exploration started in the 1930s. The AES Special Report Gabon provides an overview of the steps the country has taken to become a leading player in Africa’s oil production.
AES Special Report 2020 Angola
AES Special Report 2020 Angola shines a spotlight on the country's major oil and gas projects and discoveries including the Luanda and Soyo refineries, the upcoming oil and gas licensing round and exploration in Block 0.
AES Nigeria Special Report 2020
Coming soon: AES Nigeria Special Report 2020 is part of the Africa Energy Series publications produced by Africa Oil & Power.
Equatorial Guinea 2019
The AES: Equatorial Guinea report focuses on the future potential of the country’s energy landscape, the achievements of local companies in the oil and gas sector and promoting landmark national energy projects.
South Africa 2019
AES: South Africa brings South Africa’s strong legal and financial institutions, well-developed energy infrastructure and thriving and maturing democracy to the forefront.
AES: Senegal 2019 highlights the second phase of the Senegal Emerging Plan and features key discoveries and investment opportunities, while outlining the country’s oil and gas code.
AES: Angola 2019 unpacks the country’s domestic oil and gas sector, recent discoveries and its efforts to attract investment and promote partnerships in all segments of the energy value chain.
Equatorial Guinea 2018
AES: Equatorial Guinea 2018 brings exploration, investment opportunities and the country's emerging downstream industry to the forefront. It highlights Equatorial Guinea's burgeoning LNG sector and energy projects.
South Sudan 2017
AES: South Sudan 2017 addresses the progress the country has made in securing and growing its oil production and associated industries in the downstream and midstream sectors.