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Rio Tinto and China Baowu Steel Group have agreed the terms for developing the rail and port infrastructure that will deliver Simandou’s iron ore to market.

Guinea
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Namibian President Hage Geingob has announced the time frame for signing the Hyphen Hydrogen Energy project implementation agreement .

Namibia
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The target of finalising a host government agreement for the $30bn Lindi liquified natural gas (LNG) project by December was missed, due to the complexity of the negotiations.

Tanzania
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London AIM-listed and Tanzania-focused explorer Helium One has reported that the Exalo rig due to be mobilised to its Rukwa licence in early 2023 is no longer available, after the current operator extended its contract.

Tanzania
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Australian Securities Exchange-listed EcoGraf expects to sign a framework agreement with the Tanzanian government for its Epanko graphite project in early 2023.

Tanzania
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Madagascar-focused miner Tirupati Graphite has completed trials for a 0.1MW hydroelectric power plant and continues to make progress with acquisition of Suni Resources in Mozambique.

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The London AIM-listed independent Savannah Energy has offered to pay some $1.25bn to take over Petronas’s assets in South Sudan, but conditions on the ground remain challenging for exploration and production firms seeking to enter the upstream in Africa’s troubled newest state, writes James Gavin.

South Sudan
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A realignment of global alliances is ever more apparent as the first anniversary of Russia’s attempted conquest of Ukraine approaches and global power and wealth seem to concentrate in ever fewer hands. This has been seen in the solidarity among members of the Opec+ oil exporters’ alliance, in which long western-aligned Saudi Arabia and President Vladimir Putin’s Russia remain the driving forces.

Mozambique | Nigeria | Libya | Burkina Faso | South Africa | Mali
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UK-based firms have announced further moves towards developing gas-prone acreage in Morocco, with potential consequences for gas-fired power supply and liquids sales.

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AIM-listed Savannah Energy has taken over ExxonMobil’s stakes in the Doba oil project and Chad-Cameroon pipeline, but its plans to expand further in Chad have been undermined by the opposition of Mahamat Idriss Déby Itno’s transitional government to its acquisition of Malaysian national oil company Petronas’s 35% stakes in the projects. Authorities in N’Djamena blamed regional anti-trust laws, but the developments may also reflect volatile Sahel polities, writes Marc Howard.

Cameroon | Chad
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London AIM-quoted Eco Atlantic said on 20 December it had won regulatory approval from the Department of Mineral Resources and Energy and Petroleum Agency of South Africa for its wholly-owned subsidiary Azinam to acquire another 6.25% in offshore Block 3B/4B from the Lunn Family Trust.

South Africa
Issue 475 - 23 December 2022

Helium One’s prospects in Tanzania

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London AIM-listed Helium One Global says it is on course to spud a well in Q1 2023, aimed at proving a helium discovery at the Tai prospect in Tanzania’s Rukwa Basin.

Tanzania
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Egyptian oil and gas producers are foregoing an estimated $4.5bn a year of revenues by flaring gas rather than putting it to use – 50% more than the $3bn financing deal recently agreed between Cairo and the IMF. International companies are putting in place projects to deal with the problem, but a lot more needs to be done.  

Egypt
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Australian Securities Exchange (ASX)-listed explorer Triton Minerals has proposed Shanghai Stock Exchange-listed Shandong Yulong Gold Company as the Chinese debt arranger for its Acuabe graphite project in Mozambique.

Mozambique
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Thailand’s PTT Exploration and Production (PTTEP) is the latest Asian national oil company to sell assets in Sub-Saharan Africa, following the proposed sale of assets in South Sudan by Malaysia’s Petronas.

Angola