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African Energy's North Africa expert John Hamilton discusses the possible impact of Covid-19 on Egypt's power sector 

13 May 2020
 

Kenya is often seen as a relatively attractive market for investors, with a functioning democratic polity, a stable economy and a strong track record of private sector investment.

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Brazzaville struggles with global impacts and domestic failings

Debt restructurings and budget cuts, and reform commitments still to be implemented: in many respects, newsflow from Republic of Congo is much as usual. However, the coronavirus lockdown and oil price slump have severely exacerbated the problems confronting President Denis...

Central Africa
Resource nationalism still central to Magufuli’s populist Tanzania

Questions of greater social equity and sustainable development, more stringent governance and controls over globalisation widely discussed in a world looking to emerge from coronavirus are all ideas that President John Magufuli has worked into Tanzania’s policy mix since...

Tanzania
Stranded oil assets a pressing issue for hydrocarbons producers

Under immense pressure from the global spread of Covid-19 and plunging oil demand, governments and IOCs must once again fine-tune their strategies to meet hostile market conditions. This may mean not only delaying upstream projects but cancelling them altogether as, in the...

Africa
Mozambique faces crises on all fronts as it waits for gas boom

The global LNG market has been undermined just when ExxonMobil was expected to reach a final investment decision on its 15.2m t/yr Rovuma LNG scheme – the biggest of three projects aiming to channel at least $50bn of foreign investment (and possibly much more) into Mozambique...

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