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ANGOLA: Hydro planned on Kwanza River; BOTSWANA: New hitch for CIC sale; MOROCCO: USTDA grant for power projects

Botswana | Angola | Morocco
Issue 206 - 02 April 2011

Onshore, offshore exploration

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The Noble Homer Ferrington semi-submersible rig is on its way earlier than expected to drill the Deep Thon prospect at Repsol’s Tanger Larache permit. Repsol is believed to have failed to get the environmental permissions to drill a planned well offshore Spain, which was to have been the first in the rig’s programme.

Morocco
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With North African governments revising their policies in the wake of the region’s political convulsions, a visit to Algeria by Moroccan energy, mines, water and environment minister Amina Benkhadra raised the prospect that the kingdom might increase liftings of Algerian gas via a new pipeline from Hassi R’Mel, and develop a range of other projects,

Algeria | Morocco
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Office National de l’Electricité (ONE) has prequalified seven companies to build the 150MW Taza wind farm. Each of the bidders is a major company from a leading industrialised economy, with less familiar corporates and emerging market bidders being dropped from the list. ONE in December said it had received expressions of interest

Morocco | Tunisia
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The kingdom is promoting an ambitious range of programmes to counteract its costly dependence on imported fuel, but Rabat is finding it hard to get shale oil, gas import and coal-fired generation schemes off the ground

Morocco
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State utility company Office National de l’Electricité has lined up a E50m ($67.6m) buyer credit to support the construction of a 72MW power plant in the Agadir region to be built by Man Diesel & Turbo.

Morocco
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Bullish comments by Moroccan officials about the prospects for building a 200,000 b/d greenfield oil refinery at Jorf Lasfar underline the attraction of installing crude refining capacity in-country to reduce dependence on imported products. While a global slump in refining margins,

Morocco
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China to fund Gabonese grid upgrade; Touré inaugurates thermo-solar plant; ABB wins Moroccan substations order; juwi opens Stellenbosch office; Uganda biomass project

Uganda | Gabon | Morocco | South Africa | Mali
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ALGERIA: El Merk on stream from Q2 2012; ANGOLA: New Girassol contract for FMC; ANGOLA: Saipem wins drilling contract; EQUATORIAL GUINEA: McDermott subsidiary gets Noble contact; LIBERIA: Simba looks for PSC; LIBYA: NOC holds off on licensing round again; LIBYA: Shell tests fourth deep well; LIBYA: TPAO success continues; MOROCCO: Another gas discovery for Circle Oil; NIGERIA: Saipem wins contract extension; REPUBLIC OF CONGO (BRAZZAVILLE): Murphy plugs wells

Angola | Nigeria | Libya | Liberia | Equatorial Guinea | Congo Brazzaville | Algeria | Morocco
Issue 201 - 21 January 2011

Morocco: Circle Oil in new gas find

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Circle Oil has announced a gas discovery with the KSR-10 exploration well on the Sebou permit, north-east of Rabat in the Rharb Basin.

Morocco
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There is growing optimism over the campaign to promote renewables as a means of loosening dependency on imported fuels and creating a more sustainable environment. Other North African states are also accelerating renewables plans, but conventional construction is also being promoted as governments struggle to upgrade services

Morocco
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Two consortia have prequalified for a contract to build a 100MW power plant fuelled by shale oil from Tarfaya

Morocco
Issue 200 - 17 December 2010

Huge interest in Taza wind farm

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Office National de l’Electricité (ONE) announced on 10 December that it had received expressions of interest from 26 companies and consortia in response to a tender launched in late October to build the 150MW Taza wind farm.

Morocco
Issue 200 - 17 December 2010

ONE connects El Borj to the grid

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Office National de l’Electricité (ONE) on 30 November announced that it had connected the 22MW El Borj hydropower station in the Middle Atlas region to the national grid.

Morocco
Issue 199 - 03 December 2010

IDB funds rural electrification

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The Islamic Development Bank has signed loan agreements totalling $51.7m to finance the last phase of Morocco’s rural electrification programme (Perg)

Morocco