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November 14, 2019AOP 2021
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the global situation, Africa Oil & Power 2020 has been postponed to October 2021. Africa Oil & Power (AOP) is returning to Cape Town for the fifth edition, uniting Africa’s investors and leaders in the oil and gas, power, and downstream industries. For the first time, AOP 2021 will invite global […]
October 29, 2019South Sudan & Egypt Sign Landmark Cooperation Agreement at South Sudan Oil & Power 2019
The MoU entails cooperation in the field of downstream oil & gas at SSOP2019.
October 11, 2019CEF Group to Fast-Track Investments Geared to Reignite the SA Economy
"Making energy work challenges to move beyond “grand strategies” but to focus on innovative approaches to execute."
October 9, 2019Energy is “the Economic Engine of the African Continent”; AOP 2019 Opens Today
Industry elites gathered at Africa Oil & Power Conference to discuss the future of Africa’s energy sector.
May 23, 2019AOP 2019 to #MakeEnergyWork
Africa Oil & Power 2019 to show how energy will generate jobs.
February 25, 2019Diplomatic ties at risk over oil and gas blocks
Border dispute threatens Somalia’s offshore oil dreams.
February 22, 2019The Buzz – This week in Africa
Top stories: Algeria's energy sector to sustain growth in 2019, Tullow Oil to construct oil pipeline in Kenya.
January 31, 2019South Sudan Oil & Power 2019
As a testimony to South Sudan’s growing attractiveness as an investment destination, South Sudan Oil & Power (SSOP) 2019 was host to delegations and officials from Kenya, Ethiopia, Egypt, Somalia, Norway, United States, and South Africa. Here is a recap of SSOP 2019: The South Sudan Oil & Power conference in partnership and with the […]
December 27, 2018AOP’s Top 5 Most Read from 2018
AOP produced a wide-range of articles, news and analysis on Africa’s oil and power sectors. Here were your favorites from the last year.
December 27, 2018Beating Africa’s Power Problem: The Issues Holding Africa Back
Kenya’s electricity access rate stands at 73 percent and the country is on track to meet its goal of 95 percent access by 2020.