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January 31, 2018Political Certainty and Policy Discipline, a Way Forward for South Africa
By: Mandisa Nduli AOP talks to Niall Kramer, Chief Executive Officer of the South African Oil & Gas Alliance (SAOGA), an official partner of AOP, about the key trends for the oil and gas economy in Southern Africa for 2018. SAOGA is dedicated to promoting the upstream and midstream sectors of the oil and gas […]
December 29, 2017AOP 2017: Policy and Law Panel Highlights
An expert panel from AOP 2017 talk about getting law and policy right in Africa.
August 17, 2017Regional Integration, Policy Certainty Needed
Panelists from Africa Oil & Power discuss what is needed to move Southern Africa forward.
June 12, 2017AOP Animations – Policy & Law
AOP 2017's Policy & Law animated presentation.
June 12, 2017AOP Animations – Power Policy & Investment
AOP 2017's Power Policy & Investment animated presentation
April 28, 2017Africa Energy Series – Ashley Brown, Harvard Electricity Policy Group
Ashley Brown, Executive Director of the Harvard Electricity Policy Group, says inadequate investment in Nigeria’s power sector explain the shortage of electricity. This is a clip from our latest Africa Energy Series documentary on Nigeria gas to power. The full version will air on CNBC Africa later in 2017.
September 12, 2016AOP 2016: Policy & Law Panel Intro
With 54 countries, Africa is a complex assemblage of legal jurisdictions with overlapping national boundaries. As more African countries emerge as oil and gas producers and the drive to explore resources intensifies, resolving territorial disputes is more critical than ever before. Our roster of policy and legal experts analyzed the role that dispute resolution will […]
September 17, 2020OPEC: Driving Africa’s Oil & Gas Growth
OPEC has showed an increased openness to new players, benefitting numerous African producers.
September 17, 2020African Energy Chamber to Outline Post-COVID-19 African Energy Roadmap in New Book
The African Energy Chamber will launch post-COVID energy roadmap to recovery publication in December.
September 15, 2020Nigeria Targets 25,000 MW Output by 2025
The Nigerian government is committed to electrifying rural areas and increasing economic growth through power.