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Namibia, Equatorial Guinea Strengthen Energy Relations with Visits to the National Oil Companies

This week, a high-level delegation led by Hon. Tom Alweendo, Namibia’s Minister of Mines and Energy, is conducting a diplomatic visit to regional gas leader, Equatorial Guinea, with the aim of strengthening energy ties and expanding local content dialogue between the two nations. With the visit well underway, a series of bilateral meetings, site visits

Uganda and Tanzania renew commitment to secure EACOP

Senior officials from Uganda’s petroleum authority (PAU) and Tanzania’s energy and water utilities regulatory authority (EWURA)—the agencies that have regulatory powers over the oil industry in the two countries—have renewed their commitment to secure the East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP). The officials have agreed to jointly cooperate in the regulation and monitoring of the

Nordgold Announces Launch Of Power Plant Worth $30 Million At Gold Mine In Guinea

International gold mining company Nordgold announced on Wednesday the launch of a power plant worth $30 million at its gold mine in Guinea. “Nordgold Group (“Nordgold” or the “Company”), the internationally diversified gold producer, is pleased to announce the launch of a new 33 megawatt power plant at its Lefa mine � one of the largest gold mines in Guinea,” the statement read. The project of the new

Invictus Energy drilling exploration well in Cabora Bassa

Australian oil and gas company Invictus Energy agrees exploration rights for newly identified Basin Margin, in Zimbabwe’s Cabora Bassa Basin Invictus Energy, the independent upstream oil and gas company listed on the Australian Securities Exchange, has said that it has started drilling its first exploration well in the northern region of Zimbabwe, in partnership with