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Diesel then grid options for Mayoko iron ore scheme; MHI/Toyota Tsusho win Abu Qir order; WDEPC Transformer supply tender; Lebanon to import 450MW as gas supplies fall short; Chinese to build hydro plant; ONE reports big upside from GMT+1; Refinery scheme to include 500MW unit; Minister lines up to set out sector policy

Mozambique | Egypt | Nigeria | Madagascar | Congo Brazzaville | Morocco
Issue 146 - 20 September 2008

Ex-Im Bank sounds out Nigerian power sector

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Officials at the US Ex-Im Bank are in talks with Nigerian power developers, writes Kevin Godier. The Export-Import Bank of the United States reports seeing a rise in interest in electricity schemes since sponsoring a three-day Nigerian Independent Power Project (IPP) Financial Seminar in Abuja in April in conjunction

Nigeria
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The final report drawn up by Rilwanu Lukman’s Oil and Gas Reform Implementation Committee (OGIC) – discussed in Upstream oil and gas, above – calls for reform of the ailing refining sector, which has been crippled by mismanagement and left the country a major importer of fuel. Lukman has been the driving force behind the government’s plan to reduce state subsidies on fuel prices from January.

Nigeria
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LIBYA: Agoco finds oil; MOROCCO: Dana rig for Bouanane drilling; MOZAMBIQUE: Rovuma farm-out; NIGERIA: Chevron launches biggest deep-water field; NIGERIA: CNOOC quits block; TUNISIA: Petrofac starts Chergui production; TUNISIA: PA Resources farm-in

Mozambique | Nigeria | Libya | Morocco | Tunisia
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While PHCN struggles to maintain even the low average levels of generation achieved in recent years, state governments and other Nigerians are looking at ways of increasing electricity output using private financing and other means to launch projects.

Nigeria
Issue 145 - 06 September 2008

Nigeria unveils big plans for JV reform

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The Nigerian cabinet has approved plans drawn up by presidential advisor Rilwanu Lukman that call for wide-ranging changes to the structure of joint ventures to tackle long-standing financing problems.

Nigeria
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ALGERIA: EU gives green light for Arzew petrochems project; NIGERIA: East Area NGL starts up; SOUTH AFRICA: PetroSA names advisor for Coega refinery; SOUTH AFRICA: Siemens wins products pipe contract

Nigeria | Algeria | South Africa
Issue 144 - 02 August 2008

Norway: Angola assistance and output

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Norwegian activities in African upstream

Mozambique | Angola | Nigeria | Equatorial Guinea
Issue 144 - 02 August 2008

DEVELOPMENT FINANCE: MCC, AFC, JBIC

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MCC funds for schools, farming; MoU for Port Harcourt ring road; JBIC: Africa office

Nigeria | Burkina Faso
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RANGE RESOURCES: Bogor leaves, Povey moves aside; TECHNIP: New Nigerian contract

Somalia | Nigeria
Issue 144 - 02 August 2008

Addax takes extra JDZ share

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An independent arbitration tribunal has given Addax Petroleum Corporation an additional 7.2% participating interest in its operated Block 4 of the Nigeria/São Tome e Principe Joint Development Zone (JDZ).

São Tomé & Príncipe | Nigeria
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ADDAX: Nigerian milestone; ARTUMAS: Mozambique’s gas potential; EUROGAS: Tunisia player’s subsidiary to be spun off to shareholders

Mozambique | Nigeria | Tunisia
Issue 143 - 19 July 2008

DEVELOPMENT FINANCE: MCC, AFC, JBIC

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MCC funds for schools, farming; MoU for Port Harcourt ring road; Japan Bank for International Co-operation has established an Africa Office

Nigeria | Burkina Faso
Issue 143 - 19 July 2008

Indian players see blocks revoked

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The federal government has reversed the award of three oil blocks – OPLs 226, 2005 and 2006 – to India’s Essar Exploration and Production and Sterling Global Resources during last year’s licensing round. ThisDay newspaper quoted a letter from Ministry of Energy (Petroleum) permanent secretary Sadiq Mahmood as saying neither of the firms had met the prequalification requirements for the 2007 bid round.

Nigeria
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Few issues have the potency to stir up western chanceries and international oil company boardrooms as much as Gazprom’s flexing of its muscles in countries whose supply of energy is deemed so critical to the European Union. These include Algeria, Libya and Nigeria, the targets for what

Nigeria | Libya | Algeria