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February 19, 2021South Sudan: The Dawn of a New Era
South Sudan is seeking investment in hydrocarbon exploration, infrastructure development and power generation capacity.
February 12, 2021Angola’s oil and gas industry can thrive alongside its rich Biodiversity
Angola can balance environmental protections with ongoing hydrocarbon exploration.
February 5, 2021Arbitration to Resolve Energy Disputes, Grow Investor Confidence
Arbitration is being positioned as the most effective dispute resolution method in the African energy sector.
February 1, 2021Suriname Oil Discoveries are Cause for Celebration, but Only If We Apply Proven Lessons to Make it Work for Everyone
Suriname has put in place a producer-friendly regime that the oil and gas industry has been quick to notice.
January 27, 2021South Africa: Clarity on Petroleum Bill Needed to Drive Growth
The delay in passing a dedicated bill for the petroleum industry has investors holding back.
January 8, 2021Expert Advises Strategy To Mitigate Marginal Field Challenges
AEC Member, Dr. Leesi Gborogbosi unpacks the mitigate marginal field challenges.
January 7, 2021Cost Reduction Strategy in the Oil Industry
AEC Member, Dr. Leesi Gborogbosi discusses the cost reduction strategy in the oil industry.
January 5, 2021What Really Happens If Western Lenders Cut Off Loans for African Fossil Fuel Projects?
NJ Ayuk addresses the EIB's intention to phase out funding for fossil fuels.
January 1, 2021Senegal Positions Itself for Diversified Energy Transition with New Gas Code
Senegal has put in place a modernized and attractive regulatory framework to enable its gas sector to thrive.
December 30, 2020What the U.S. Political Transition Might Mean for Africa and Its Oil and Gas Sector
Jude Kearney, Chairman of the US/Africa Committee of the AEC unpacks the U.S Political Transition and Africa.