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Issue 214 - 30 July 2011

COUNTRIES AND MARKETS

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Kpong hydro rehabilitation; Power sector reform; AFD backs solar power; New units for Kainji

Ghana | Mauritania | Nigeria | Morocco
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The ‘Arab Spring’, which offered such hope of radical change across North Africa, has entered a long hot summer of doubts and fears, as the Libyan conflict drags on and populations from Morocco to Egypt wait to see if promised political reforms will deliver the hoped for dividends of more open decision-making, fairer legal systems and equitable economic opportunities that will help reduce levels of poverty and give real jobs to the region’s disaffected youth

Egypt | Libya | Algeria | Morocco | Tunisia
Issue 213 - 16 July 2011

MOROCCO: TransAtlantic to quit

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Dallas-based TransAtlantic Petroleum said on 27 June that it expected to plug and abandon the GRB-1 exploration well on the Asilah exploration permit

Morocco
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Burkina Faso, Democratic Republic of Congo, Morocco, Mozambique and Zambia presented investment plans and projects for approval at the Climate Investment Funds (CIF) partnership forum in Cape Town on 24-25 June, hosted by the African Development Bank (AfDB). New projects included:

Morocco
Issue 213 - 16 July 2011

CIRCLE OIL: First profit

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Higher oil and gas sales and better prices helped North Africa player Circle Oil move into profit for the first time in 2010, reporting a net profit before tax of $10.40m

Egypt | Morocco | Tunisia
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Kosmos has entered a petroleum agreement with the Office National des Hydrocarbures

Morocco
Issue 212 - 02 July 2011

TangerMed fuel terminal to open

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A new fuel storage terminal at Tangier port is set to open in September as a significant element of the $1.6bn scheme to make the previously down-at-heel northern Moroccan port a major regional transport hub

Morocco
Issue 210 - 04 June 2011

Upstream pointers: Morocco

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Circle expands; Longreach farms into Sidi Moktar

Morocco
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Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) said on 10 May it had received an order for two 350MW steam turbines for the Jorf Lasfar expansion project

Morocco
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ALGERIA: In Salah contract; MOROCCO: Dry well for Repsol; LIBYA: Gazprom stalls on Elephant deal.

Libya | Algeria | Morocco
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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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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