Search results

General

Type

Sector

Regions

Countries

Sort options

995 results found for your search

Subscriber

EGYPT: IFC invests in Egyptian Refining Company; EQUATORIAL GUINEA: Refinery progress; KENYA: Enoc enters downstream; MAURITIUS: Products supply deal renewed; NIGERIA: Lagos seals refinery deal

Mauritius | Kenya | Egypt | Nigeria | Equatorial Guinea
Free

US anger over Ghana’s resistance to ExxonMobil and African disillusion with France is opening the way for a new British investment push into Africa.

Ghana | Cameroon | Nigeria
Subscriber

REPUBLIC OF CONGO: Nkossa contract extension; EGYPT: Technip contract for WDDM expansion; MAURITANIA: Taoudeni well makes slow progress; NIGERIA: Amenam contract extension; NIGERIA: Gas find for Conoil, Total; Chariot: Namibia seismic ready for inspection; MAUREL & PROM: Bullish on Nigerian acquisition; SEADRILL: Delivery of deep-water drillship West Gemini; SONANGOL: Venezuela move

Egypt | Angola | Mauritania | Nigeria | Congo Brazzaville
Subscriber

In statements, press briefings and interviews, Royal Dutch Shell on 21-22 June sought to reassure Nigerian communities that it was reviewing the much-derided safety of its local operations following the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and making a vital contribution to the nation’s economy.

Nigeria
Subscriber

Two new committees to spearhead and monitor reform and efforts to unify contracts reveal the president’s focus on achieving stable power supply.

Nigeria
Issue 189 - 26 June 2010

Sun also rises for Delta interests

Subscriber

A new and obscure player has emerged in the battle to secure choice sub-Saharan Africa oil and gas reserves, with a $4.8bn bid by Lagos-based Sunrise for ExxonMobil’s Nigeria assets

Nigeria
Subscriber

A new and obscure player has emerged in the battle to secure choice sub-Saharan Africa oil and gas reserves, with a $4.8bn bid by Lagos-based Sunrise for ExxonMobil’s Nigeria assets.

Nigeria
Issue 188 - 12 June 2010

Big role for Tukur

Subscriber

The Nigerian-German Energy Partnership's Nigerian chair is influential former diplomat Alhaji Hassan Tukur, who on 17 May became President Goodluck Jonathan's new principal secretary

Nigeria
Subscriber

CAMEROON: Foster Wheeler wins Sonara work; CHAD: Pipeline completed; NIGERIA: KBR refinery contract

Cameroon | Chad | Nigeria
Subscriber

Climate Council launched; PRI markets stay closed to oil sector; USTDA backing for renewable energy

Ghana | Nigeria | Gabon
Subscriber

REPUBLIC OF CONGO: Third production well on Azurite field; LIBYA: NOC announces six discoveries; BURUNDI: Surestream contracts RPS for EIA; EGYPT: Second Matruh find for Apache; LIBYA: Neptune order thought to mark start of Gazprom project; LIBYA: Poles launch drilling programme; MAURITANIA: Dana, Petronas to drill; NIGERIA: Acergy contract; TANZANIA: BG confirms Ophir farm-in

Egypt | Mauritania | Nigeria | Libya | Congo Brazzaville | Tanzania | Burundi
Subscriber

Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria (SPDC) has announced that its integrated oil and gas project in Bayelsa state will begin supplying gas to an independent power project (IPP),

Nigeria
Subscriber

Goodluck Jonathan and his allies have proved ruthless in their efforts to reshape the Nigerian energy industry, with the president firing the second NNPC head of his short tenure, while his crackdown on corruption is removing some powerful PDP figures opposing his bid for a second term

Nigeria
Issue 187 - 29 May 2010

Who is Austen Oniwon?

Subscriber

The new Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) group managing director is a low-profile Harvard and Oxford-educated engineer from the central Kogi state, who joined NNPC in 1977 and became Warri Refining and Petrochemicals Company’s head of planning in 1987. Oniwon then served as technical assistant to the downstream department’s group executive director (1988-91), before serving as head of Kaduna Refining and Petrochemicals Company’s Engineering and Technical Services Department (ETSD) in 1991-92. Following this, Oniwon was appointed head of NNPC’s New Business Development, Corporate Planning and Development Division, until moving to become head of ETSD at Port Harcourt Refinery (1993-99).

Nigeria
Subscriber

A London-based trade financier said refined crude oil products still represented “the key market” for trade financiers in Nigeria, reporting that pricing was “fairly stable”. But other market players who talked to African Energy had a different analysis. London Forfaiting Company (LFC) managing director

Nigeria