African Energy Atlas - new edition

First published in December 2007, the African Energy Atlas has become an indispensable resource for all energy industry professionals, policy makers and academics with an interest in the continent.

African Energy AtlasIllustrating actual and planned projects across the upstream, downstream, and power sectors, the Atlas also features supporting analysis articles and sections on economic and financial trends.

All the maps in the 2014/2015 edition have been revised and updated. In the power sector our east and west SAPP region maps have been split into new individual country maps for Angola, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Oil and gas maps  include a new oil map of Mali, Niger, Chad and Central African Republic and a whole page dedicated to Cameroon.

Through the Atlas, African Energy has become the market leader in producing maps illustrating the African power sector.

 

Power maps include:

o Algeria o Angola o Botswana o Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad o Republic of Congo, Gabon, Equatorial Guinea, São Tomé & Príncipe o DR Congo o Egypt o Ethiopia, Eritrea, Djibouti, Somalia o Kenya o Libya o Malawi and Indian Ocean islands o Morocco and Mauritania o Mozambique and Madagascar o Namibia o Nigeria  o South Africa, Lesotho, and Swaziland o Sudan and South Sudan o Tanzania o Tunisia o Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi o West African Power Pool (2 maps) o Zambia o Zimbabwe

View some preview images of the power maps in the Atlas

Oil and Gas maps include:

o Algeria (2 maps) o Angola o Cameroon o Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana o DR Congo o Egypt (2 maps) o Equatorial Guinea and São Tomé & Príncipe o Ethiopia, Eritrea, Djibouti o Existing and planned oil refineries, CTL and GTL plants o Gabon, Republic of Congo o Gas development and commerce o Kenya o Libya o Madagascar o Mali, Niger, Chad and Central African Republic o Morocco  o Mozambique  o Namibia o Mali, Niger, Chad and Central African Republic  o Nigeria (2 maps) o Refining o Somalia and territories o South Africa o Sudan and South Sudan o Tanzania o Tunisia o Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi o West Africa overview o Zambia, Malawi and Botswana

View some preview images of the oil and gas maps in the Atlas

Other maps and charts include:

o Africa transport map o Africa’s energy infrastructure overview o Economic indicators o Key trends: Reserves, production, consumption & exports o Economic Africa map o Climate, population, income, fossil fuels, power o FDI inflows into Africa o ODA into Africa  o Energy investment in Africa o Installed generation capacity o Percentage of population with access to electricity o Hydrological basins and water towers o Photovoltaic solar electricity potential

The maps in the Atlas are made using eps images, which do not lose resolution as you enlarge them.

 

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Published 23 November 2014
ISSN 2046-0473

Price: £245.00 (VAT applicable on UK-based orders)
Format: Print and pdf
Pages: 84

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