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Juba peace deal creates space for Sudanese oil cooperation

The signing of a peace agreement with a coalition of rebel groups hands Sudan’s interim leadership a chance to press the restart button on relations with the regions, potentially ending years of conflict and yielding opportunities for the country’s shrunken oil sector, writes James Gavin

Issue 425 - 22 October 2020

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Vested interests counter change as Nigeria reintroduces oil law

Supporters of a revamped Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB) believe that, this time, the outcome for legislation to reform Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) and the hydrocarbons sector will be different from past disappointments, when vested interests stalled efforts to overhaul an underperforming and opaque sector. Senate president Ahmad Lawan on 29 September committed the bicameral National Assembly to pass legislation to make the industry more effective and efficient. After years of delay,“we will break that jinx and see to the passage of the bill”, Lawan promised. The Senate on 30 September approved the a 239-page draft PIB’s first reading, opening the way for more hearings.

Issue 425 - 22 October 2020

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Olkaria II Geothermal

105MW | State owned
Last updated:
30 October 2020
PinKenya

Karadeniz Powership Metin Bey HFO

30MW | Rental
Last updated:
30 October 2020
PinGuinea-Bissau

Noor Tafilalt Solar PV

75MW | BOOT
Last updated:
30 October 2020
PinMorocco

Step Abdelmoumen Pumped Storage

350MW | State owned
Last updated:
30 October 2020
PinMorocco

Dakhla Diesel II

22MW | State owned
Last updated:
30 October 2020
PinWestern Sahara (under UN mandate)

Jerada Coal 350 II

350MW | State owned
Last updated:
30 October 2020
PinMorocco

Aïn Beni Mathar Gas, CSP

470MW | BOOT
Last updated:
30 October 2020
PinMorocco

Dakhla Diesel Extension

16.5MW | State owned
Last updated:
30 October 2020
PinWestern Sahara (under UN mandate)

Jerada Coal

165MW | State owned
Last updated:
30 October 2020
PinMorocco

Jerada Coal 350

350MW | State owned
Last updated:
30 October 2020
PinMorocco

Fula Gas

200MW | State owned
Last updated:
30 October 2020
PinSudan

Nxuba Wind

141MW | IPP
Last updated:
30 October 2020
PinSouth Africa

Lucapa Solar PV

7.2MW | IPP
Last updated:
30 October 2020
PinAngola

Bailundo Solar PV

7.99MW | IPP
Last updated:
30 October 2020
PinAngola

Cuito Solar PV

14.65MW | IPP
Last updated:
30 October 2020
PinAngola

Sun Africa Luena Solar PV

26.91MW | IPP
Last updated:
30 October 2020
PinAngola

Saurimo Solar PV

26.91MW | State owned
Last updated:
30 October 2020
PinAngola

Sun Africa Benguela Solar PV

96.7MW | IPP
Last updated:
30 October 2020
PinAngola

Biópio Solar PV

188.88MW | IPP
Last updated:
30 October 2020
PinAngola

Songas Ubungo Gas

190MW | IPP
Last updated:
29 October 2020
PinTanzania
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Operating Construction Planned
234,097MW 45,039MW 292,950MW
3,022 projects 251 projects 2,302 projects
6,365MW 1,272MW 24,164MW
257 projects 24 projects 145 projects
17,614MW 11,487MW 39,152MW
740 projects 56 projects 527 projects
109,920MW 13,473MW 54,209MW
429 projects 26 projects 185 projects
70,833MW 11,197MW 93,025MW
651 projects 55 projects 830 projects
29,364MW 7,610MW 82,401MW
945 projects 90 projects 615 projects

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