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Work has started at the 25MWp Bangui solar PV and battery plant, the World Bank Group (WBG)’s Boris Ngouagouni told African Energy.

Central African Republic
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Power project monitoring and data service African Energy Live Data is pleased to give an update on new features that will be added to the platform over the next 12 months.

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The remaining contracts for the 20MWp Jambur solar PV project are “expected to be signed in the last quarter of this year, after which design and construction will begin”, National Water and Electricity Company (Nawec) senior power engineer Ebrima A Bah told African Energy.

Gambia
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Independent power producer (IPP) Solgas Energy has connected its flagship project, the 5MW Cross Mabale power plant in Hwange, to the Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority grid. 

Zimbabwe
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Rio Tinto announced on 26 July that it has signed a power purchase agreement (PPA) with CrossBoundary Energy for the development of a renewable hybrid project to supply its QIT Madagascar Minerals’ (QMM) ilmenite mine in Fort Dauphin

Madagascar
Issue 450 - 26 November 2021

Egypt: First delivery of LNG to Croatia

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The first cargo of liquified natural gas  from Egypt to Croatia arrived at the Krk island floating LNG import terminal on 10 November. The terminal was inaugurated earlier this year and has capacity to handle 2.6 bcm/yr.

Egypt
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The $8.5bn framework agreement signed during COP26 to support South Africa in reducing its greenhouse gas emissions – one of the conference’s headline achievements (AE 449/1) – is unlikely to include funding for gas projects, African Energy has been told. The terms of the deal will be heavily influenced by the commitment of a powerful group of countries to immediately halt fossil fuel-related financing. The agreement – which G7 governments intend to use as a model for deals with other countries – is highly dependent on concessional funding, the provision of which is in question.

South Africa
Issue 451 - 03 December 2021

Central Africa: Cemac energy forum opens

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The Communauté Economique et Monétaire de l’Afrique Centrale (Central African Economic and Monetary Community – Cemac) opened the Cemac Business Energy Forum (CBEF) on 30 November in Brazzaville, bringing together political and corporate leaders to give impetus to attracting new energy investment to the region.

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The government’s National Petroleum Institute (INP) launched a sixth licensing round on 25 November, covering 16 new oil and gas blocs. Results are expected to be announced in October 2022.

Mozambique
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Two exploration groups have announced progress with seismic data acquisition campaigns in the Rovuma and Rukwa basins, ahead of potential natural gas and helium drilling campaigns in 2022.

Tanzania