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PetroVietnam/PTTEP JV plans $2bn investment; AMEC JV in training initiative; Block 31 yields 17th discovery; Lukoil/Vanco drilling; San Leon to convert Zag licence; Chariot completes seismic, woos partners; Aje field deemed commercial; Petrodar to bring new field on stream

Ghana | Angola | Namibia | Sudan | Nigeria | Algeria | Morocco
Issue 157 - 20 February 2009

Yar’Adua suspends Nerc’s top team

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Amid reports of in-fighting over power policy and claim and counter-claim over police raids, President

Nigeria
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Gasol and Teekay are planning a near-shore liquefaction process to monetise gas in the Gulf of Guinea region.

Nigeria
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Despite early hopes that Africa might escape the worst of the global financial crisis, sharp falls in oil and metals prices will hit many countries hard.

DR Congo | Angola | Nigeria | Zambia
Issue 157 - 20 February 2009

COMPANIES AND MARKETS: Cetco, SeaBird

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CETCO: New entrant in Libyan oilfield service sector; SEABIRD: Agbami survey contract

Nigeria | Libya
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EGYPT: ELNG software contract; KENYA: Mombasa refinery maintenance closure; NIGERIA/US: KBR pleads guilty in NLNG case

Kenya | Egypt | Nigeria
Issue 156 - 06 February 2009

COUNTRIES AND MARKETS: Croatia, NNPC

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Gas supply talks with Croatia; Refinery valuation tender

Nigeria | Algeria
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There was dramatic confirmation that Nigeria’s power sector is bracing to undergo another period of political flux when, on 4 February, it was announced that respected regulator Ransome Owan and other officials had been held on corruption charges. The EFCC’s swoop came as new Power Minister Rilwan Babalola is seeking to stamp his mark on the troubled sector and add those missing gigawatts to the national grid as quickly as possible – even if it means challenging other key players, write Jon Marks and Leo Lawal.

Nigeria
Issue 156 - 06 February 2009

KNOC out, OVL could come in

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The government has cancelled the award of two deep-water oil blocks to a South Korean consortium claiming that the group failed to make the necessary payments.

Nigeria
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ADDAX: Onshore Nigeria find; PROSAFE: Drilling FPSO heads for Murphy’s CONGO-B field; ROC OIL/MAREX: Mozambique Channel block; PERENCO: Gabon find

Mozambique | Nigeria | Congo Brazzaville | Gabon
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Big oil companies like BP and Royal Dutch Shell are taking a long-term view of the current low oil price, vowing to maintain capital expenditure even if it means increasing borrowing. The good news is that major projects in Angola, Nigeria and other key locations are set to continue despite the credit crunch.

Angola | Nigeria
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While Nigerians have been speculating once more about the future of ailing President Umaru Musa Yar’Adua, his new Petroleum Resources Minister Rilwanu Lukman has shown a taste for decisive action that has been largely missing in recent months, when promises to restructure Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) and other key energy bodies were let slip (AE 152/24, 149/24).

Nigeria
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The announcement that a Dubai company is to ‘invest $16bn’ in Nigeria serves as a reminder of the extent that Gulf investors have sought out new business in Africa.

Mauritania | Sudan | Nigeria | Algeria
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Oando Exploration and Production Ltd has announced the payment of $197m to Agip for a 15% stake in OML 125 and OML 134, which it said made it the first indigenous company to participate in a producing deep offshore oil block.

Nigeria
Issue 155 - 23 January 2009

Call for faster JDZ exploration

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The presidents of Nigeria and São Tomé & Príncipe have called on oil companies with acreage in the Joint Development Zone to move ahead with exploration.

São Tomé & Príncipe | Nigeria