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EX-IM BANK: Still open for Nigeria; MOZAMBIQUE: IFC finances mining exploration; MENA REGION: IFC supports CTI Group

Mozambique | Nigeria
Issue 154 - 09 January 2009

Lukman steps down from Afren

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The safest pair of hands in the Nigerian oil industry, Rilwanu Lukman, has finally stepped down from his formal industry role as chairman of fast-rising, AIM-listed independent Afren

Nigeria
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CAMEROON: Andritz VA Tech Hydro wins refurb order; EGYPT: AfDB loan for Ain Sokhna; EGYPT: Bechtel gets nuclear design and consultancy contract; EGYPT: Transmission order for KEC; GHANA: Gas-to-power plans; MOZAMBIQUE: EU-backed capacity-building TA work; NAMIBIA: NamPower tenders Ruacana IV civil works; NAMIBIA: EIB/EU support for NamPower, Caprivi interconnector; NIGER: Areva to mine Imouraren uranium; NIGERIA: Business lobby plans 30MW wind farm; SUDAN: Talks on co-operation with Iran; TOGO: Opic funding for Lomé plant

Ghana | Cameroon | Mozambique | Egypt | Namibia | Niger | Sudan | Nigeria | Togo
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Local content guidelines issued by a number of governments are helping to drive up the value and profit of the insurance underwritten by the Nigeria-based African Oil and Energy Pool, writes Kevin Godier.

Nigeria
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Rilwanu Lukman’s candidacy to become energy minister, probably with a much-expanded portfolio, has been accepted by parliament, and will be welcomed by many in the industry. He will be asked to deliver on President Umaru Musa Yar’Adua’s key policy goals, in a government promising action on all fronts, including over the stalled Niger Delta peace process

Nigeria
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Seadrill rig contract; IPR scores Jurassic discovery in Western Desert; Sea Dragon drills on Dahab North; Kiarsseny farm-in deal; Hyedua appraisal success; Taoudeni drilling to start next year; JV proposed with UAE company; Second gas find for Circle; Data facility; EAX in exploration deal; Kingfisher appraisal success

Ghana | Egypt | Angola | Mauritania | Seychelles | Nigeria | Uganda | Gabon | Morocco | Mali
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DR Congo infrastructure mission; CAMCE to build Betsiboka hydropower plant: Zapatero government to finance PV installation; Sokoto State plans IPP

DR Congo | Nigeria | Madagascar | Morocco
Issue 151 - 28 November 2008

COMPANIES AND PEOPLE: Cityview, Sonelgaz

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CITYVIEW: Nigeria refinery plans; SONELGAZ: Domestic gas pipeline contracts

Nigeria | Algeria
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SOCO plans drilling; Sea Dragon to drill; Vitol seeks farm-in partners; Circle Oil makes gas find; Total farms into deep water

Ghana | Egypt | DR Congo | Nigeria | Congo Brazzaville | Morocco
Issue 150 - 14 November 2008

ERHC in legal action

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ERHC Energy has filed a lawsuit in the Federal High Court in Abuja “to stop any tampering with its rights” in Blocks 5 and 6 of the Nigeria/São Tomé Joint Development Zone (JDZ), following media reports that it had been removed from the blocks.

Nigeria
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ALGERIA: Pipeline crack forces force majeure on LNG; CHAD: Refinery ceremony; MOROCCO: Samir upgrade on schedule; MOZAMBIQUE: Shell to provide refinery study; NIGERIA: Bonny LNG terminal attacked; NIGERIA: Trafigura retains Indian crude swap contract

Mozambique | Chad | Nigeria | Algeria | Morocco
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Ahead of the promised law to break up Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), plans to privatise Products and Pipelines Marketing Company (PPMC) – which operates a network of petrol distribution pipelines and depots – and Nigerian Gas Company (NGC) have been shelved by President Umaru Musa Yar’Adua and NNPC group managing director Abubakar Lawal Yar’Adua.

Nigeria
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President Umaru Musa Yar’Adua on 29 October released some 20 ministers from their portfolios in the 44-member government, finally moving to end months of speculation that had all but paralysed government activity in a country where the economy and policy-making are lorded over by politicians.

Nigeria
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ALGERIA: Larbâa on stream by end-2009; ETHIOPIA: EEPCo seeks Geba dam EOIs; ETHIOPIA: Construction manager sought for Chemoga-Yeda; GHANA: VRA tender; NIGERIA: Nerc licenses IPP to supply industrial plant, grid

Ghana | Nigeria | Ethiopia | Algeria
Issue 149 - 31 October 2008

Nigerian refining slump

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Warnings by presidential advisor Rilwanu Lukman that Nigeria’s oil refineries were on “the verge of collapse” have proved prescient. All four of the country’s plants, which are meant to process 445,000 b/d of crude, have stopped functioning.

Nigeria