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Issue 390
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South Sudan: Minister sees increased output, helped by Sudapet

South Sudan is exporting 170,000 b/d of crude via it pipeline to Republic of the Sudan and petroleum minister Ezekiel Lol Gatkuoth expects to increase output from Block 5A from 5,000 b/d to 17,000-20,000 b/d by May 2020, working in co-operation with Khartoum-based Sudan...

South Sudan
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Nigeria: Plans to hit IOCs with ‘tighter’ PSC terms

The government is expecting to tighten the terms of production-sharing contracts with international partners, seeking a larger percentage of the take while bringing PSCs into line with more ‘balanced’ joint venture arrangements. The proposal is part of a wider attempt to...

Nigeria
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Equatorial Guinea chooses strategic partner for gas megahub

The Ministry of Mines and Hydrocarbons (MMH) has chosen a strategic partner to execute Equatorial Guinea’s Gas Megahub master plan, which is centred on the further development of the Punta Europa complex, which includes Marathon Oil Corporation’s gas processing plant,...

Equatorial Guinea
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Zambia Get FiT announces latest low solar tariffs

The Global Energy Transfer Feed-in Tariff (Get FiT) Zambia secretariat has announced the award of six solar photovoltaic (PV) projects with combined capacity of 120MW. The first Get FiT round to be held in Zambia had been targeting 100MW from solar projects of 20MW or smaller...

Zambia
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Zambia: CEC seeks to extend agreement with Zesco

Copperbelt Energy Corporation (CEC), Zambia’s largest supplier of power to the mining sector, is seeking to extend its long-term power supply agreement with Zesco before the current deal expires next year.According to sources close to the transaction, Zesco is reluctant to...

Zambia
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Rwanda seeks to double capacity with five key projects

Rwanda is relying on up to five key projects to meet its target of 556MW generation capacity by 2024. In an interview with African Energy, Rwanda Energy Group chief executive Ron Weiss said the new target was in line with government plans to increase electricity access to 100...

Rwanda
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Chevron eyes Mozambique tax windfall

Chevron’s proposed acquisition of Anadarko Petroleum will have little immediate impact on development plans for Mozambique Area 1, where a final investment decision is now expected in early May. The deal is mainly focused on Anadarko’s position in US shale and the Gulf of...

Mozambique
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Ethiopia: Prequalification for Tulu Moye

Tulu Moye Geothermal Operations (TMGO) is seeking expressions of interest for an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractor for the 50MW first phase of the 520MW Tulu Moye project in the Eastern Rift Valley. TMGO is wholly owned by Tulu Moye SAS, which is...

Ethiopia
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Equatorial Guinea takes hard line on Zafiro extension

While minister of mines and hydrocarbons Gabriel Mbaga Obiang Lima is clearly in a hurry to bring more oil and gas resources into production and to raise the profile of his country within the global hydrocarbons industry, he is also holding out for the best deals he can get....

Equatorial Guinea

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