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Azule Energy comes to light as Angola’s newest oil and gas producer

Eni and BP have officially established Azule Energy, a new 50/50 independent joint venture (JV) combining the two companies’ Angolan businesses. Azule Energy is now Angola’s largest independent equity producer of oil and gas, holding 2 billion barrels equivalent of net resources and growing to about 250,000 barrels equivalent a day (boe/d) of equity oil

Prominent use cases of alternative power sources in Africa

Africa’s rapid economic growth creates a daunting energy challenge, as well as expectations of enhanced resilience and sustainability. In the face of the growing energy needs of the continent, finding a sustainable solution is one of the biggest challenges. Africa has many renewable energy resources, such as hydro, sun, wind and others, and it is

Reviewing Uganda’s much acclaimed huge gold discovery

On 1st April 1988 an Australian fruit farmer in the small town of Beenleigh, Queensland was reported to have unearthed a huge “gold nugget”. This was followed by global news reporting confirmation from the Australian Government that indeed the nugget was gold. The fruit farmer Boyce had stated that the 10-pound nugget, dubbed “Mortgage Buster”,

Total Eren and Chariot strike deal to supply green energy to Zambian mines

aris-based Total Eren – in which supermajor TotalEnergies has a 30% stake – has teamed up with London-listed Chariot to develop a significant solar and wind farm in Zambia, that when on stream will power major copper and gold mines The renewables project aims to provide green energy to the copper mining operations of First