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Unbundling of Gabonese state water and energy utility Seeg in sight but huge challenges remain

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Issue 468 - 15 Sep 2022 | 5 minute read

A wind of change is blowing through Seeg, whose electricity and water activities are to be split into two companies under a new chief executive, but the Gabonese state utility remains dogged by structural problems, including large debts owed by state entities and under-investment in the grid – all of which makes Seeg’s potential privatisation a huge challenge.

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