Algeria-Morocco tensions pose a threat to regional stability and Europe’s gas supply

Issue 445 - 09 Sep 2021

This issue leads with a story by Jon Marks regarding the falling out between Algeria and Morocco and the issues this raises for the region's stability and the energy flows into the European continent. The article is accompanied by a map of the two countries including conflict zones and energy infrastructure sites. 

David Slater writes about a new Africa-EU Energy Partnership report – produced by African Energy’s consultancy team – on progress towards achieving the UN’s Sustainable Development Goal 7 of providing universal energy access by 2030. 

John Hamilton writes about Libya's attempt to to resolve its power and water crises and examines how governance issues in the country may put renewable projects on hold. 

Hydrocarbons editor James Gavin  focuses on Angola's busy autumn of drilling as focus moves to stem falling output

Marc Howard leads the Finance and policy section with a feature on the international arbitration between Zimbabwe state utility ZETDC and power developer NRE .

The African Energy View focuses on Guinea where special forces commander Mamady Doumbouya’s coup ousted President Alpha Condé from control on 5 September.


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