Delegates converged in one of Africa’s largest commercial cities, Lagos, Nigeria for the African Legislative, Legal and Good Governance Dinner and Networking Event. The event with the theme ‘Policy, Justice and Global Cooperation for Building back better’ held at the Continental Hotel, had in attendance high-ranking Government officials fromThe United States, Business leaders, Legislators and
Infrastructure Resources LLC partners Africa Energy & Infrastructure Magazine to Support the Utilities Industry.
Underground Utility Solutions Company, Infrastructure Resources, LLC in Minnesota, U.S.A, has signed a media trade partnership agreement with Africa Energy and Infrastructure Publication, to reiterate their support for the damage prevention Industry. Editor of Africa Energy & Infrastructure Publication, Wofai Samuel, stated that “Infrastructure development is a key driver for progress across the African continent
A delegation of Entrepreneurs, Politicians and Attorneys from the United States of America, visited Nestoil Nigeria Limited on Tuesday, April 26th. The U.S Delegation of six, led by the President of the National Bar Association, Judge Carlos Moore, were focused on conversations, geared at strengthening trade relationships with sub-Saharan Africa. During the visit, Democratic
The Syrah Resources Limited Board has announced its approval to finance a solar and battery hybrid power system in Mozambique.
Syrah Resources selected an 11.25MWp solar photovoltaic (PV) installation combined with an 8.5MW/MWh battery energy storage system which will be integrated into Balama’s existing diesel power generation plant. Extensive due diligence was undertaken on equipment selection and suppliers of the solar PV modules, battery energy storage technology and hybrid control system. Presently, Balama
Wood has received a contract from Woodside Energy to provide services for the floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) unit being built for the Sangomar field, located 100km south of Dakar, Senegal. Scheduled to be completed in 2023, the FPSO will have a processing capacity of 100,000 barrels of crude oil per day, 130 million