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German companies win solar contracts; Aggreko installs 30MW power plant for EEPCo; WAPP and domestic transmission line tenders; ONE buys into Casablanca public lighting; Bids for Ruacana IV civil works, Transmission line tender; Grid expansion tenders

Namibia | Ethiopia | Algeria | Morocco | Togo | Mali
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Burkina Faso has embarked on the most aggressive biofuels programme in West Africa.

Ghana | Burkina Faso | Mali
Issue 156 - 06 February 2009

Gulf investors move into the Horn

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A look at the Gulf oil investors and companies investing in Africa

Mozambique | Egypt | Eritrea | Mali
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Already interconnected to Senegal and Mauritania, Mali plans to reinforce its transmission network so it can play a central role in the West African Power Pool by carrying power from Côte d’Ivoire and Ghana into the energy-starved Sahel, writes Thalia Griffiths.

Mali
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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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UK-registered Victoria Oil & Gas Plc (VOG) said on 28 October it had agreed a 12-month option to acquire Falcon Petroleum Ltd, which has assets in Ethiopia and Mali (AE 147/16). VOG is making efforts to

Ethiopia | Mali
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In Salah substations; OMVS seeks studies of hydropower projects; Sahanivotry HEP start-up; USTDA grant for waste-to-energy; Wind farm tender, AfDB considers funding for Buseruka HEP

Mauritius | Madagascar | Uganda | Guinea | Algeria | Mali
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ALGERIA: Iran to build oil field power network; ALGERIA: Sonelgaz pledges tariff freeze; BOTSWANA: BPC seeks bids for Isang transformers; EGYPT: WDPEC extends transformer tender; EGYPT: WDEPC seeks Abu Qir transformers; MALI: Energy minister quits over EU probe; MOROCCO: Wind farm to supply steelmaker; REUNION: Bids sought for small hydro plants; SOUTH AFRICA: ABB wins new Eskom order; TUNISIA: Gamesa affiliate to supply Steg; UGANDA: PB Power to prepare investment plan

Botswana | Egypt | Réunion | Algeria | Morocco | South Africa | Tunisia | Mali
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JGC wins big Rhourde Nouss EPC contract; Three firms in Liberia bid round; Bouri field tenders; Eni contracts platform supply vessel; Niko Resources to farm in to Grand Prix; Fugro gets Essar study award; Government tweaks oil law; Vangold in aeromag study; OMV find on Jenein Sud

Madagascar | Rwanda | Libya | Liberia | Algeria | Tunisia | Mali
Issue 143 - 19 July 2008

OMVS seeks consultant for Felou

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The regional Organisation pour la Mise en Valeur du Fleuve Senegal (OMVS) is seeking expressions of interest by 11 August for technical assistance to build the 59MW Felou hydropower project on the Senegal River (AE 136/10).

Mali
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Baraka Petroleum has been forced to pull out of its Mali blocks because of funding difficulties, but the country whose potential it pioneered is now seeing brisk licensing interest from a wide range of players, writes Rosie Collyer.

Mauritania | Mali
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Mali and Mauritania pioneer Baraka Petroleum said it had appointed administrators to wind up the company after failing to secure funding or find buyers for its Mali and Mauritania assets. “In recent months the company has actively pursued

Mauritania | Mali
Issue 132 - 08 February 2008

Work starts on interconnector

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Construction has begun on a long-awaited transmission line connecting Côte d’Ivoire and its north-eastern neighbour Mali, which forms an important link in the nascent West African Power Pool (AE 105/3).

Mali | Côte d'Ivoire
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Doha-based Sphere Petroleum was launched in January 2007 as the first 100% foreign-owned company in Qatar. It was created out of the Perth-based Sphere Investments’ oil and gas assets, which were spun off. Sphere Investments – which took a secondary listing on Dubai International Financial Exchange (DIFX) last July – is an Australian Stock Exchange-listed company with mining interests in West Africa, which has physically and financially shifted into the Gulf. Sphere Investments said “Qatar was selected as the preferred location for the new company due to the strong support from the Gulf region for our oil and gas strategy, oil and gas expertise and access to capital.”

Niger | Morocco | Mali