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This map provides an overview of Botswana's electricity infrastructure. Transmission lines are clearly marked on the map, ranging from 33kV to 400kV. The map is a PDF file, made using eps graphics, which do not lose resolution as they are enlarged.

Botswana
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This map provides an overview of Mozambique's power sector. Transmission lines are clearly marked on the map, ranging from 110kV to 400kV. The locations of planned and existing power projects are also shown o the map. The map is a PDF file, made using eps graphics, which do not lose resolution as the map is enlarged.

Mozambique
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This map provides an overview of oil and gas exploration and production in Equatorial Guinea. Open and Licensed acreage is shown, with block operators as well as block names marked clearly on the map. The map is a pdf file, and the images are made using eps graphics, which do not lose resolution as they are enlarged.

Equatorial Guinea
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This map provides an overview of oil and gas exploration in Tanzania. Open and licensed acreage is shown, with block operators and the locations of gas fields and discoveries marked. Details include associated downstream infrastructure including pipelines, refineries and oil tanker terminals.

Tanzania
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Published as part of the 2014 African energy atlas. This pan-Africa map provides details of the gas trade on the African continent. the map shows the locations of major pipelines (planned and existing), as well as the location of tanker terminals. The map is a pdf file and is made using eps graphics, which do not lose resolution as they are enlarged.

Mozambique | Egypt | Mauritania | Nigeria | Libya | Algeria | Senegal
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This map provides an overview of oil and gas exploration and production in Namibia. Open and licensed acreage is shown, with block operators and the locations of gas fields and discoveries marked. Details include associated downstream infrastructure such as pipelines, refineries and the locations of oil tanker terminals. The map is a pdf file, made using eps graphics, which do not lose resolution as they are enlarged.

Namibia
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Revised in November 2014. this map provides an overview of oil and gas exploration and production in Kenya. Open and licensed acreage is shown, as well as blocks that are under negotiation. Details include associated downstream infrastructure, including pipelines (planned and existing), refineries and tanker terminals. The map is a PDF file, and is made using eps graphics, which do not lose resolution as they are enlarged.

Kenya
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This map provides an overview of oil and gas exploration and production in South Africa. open and licensed acreage is shown, with block operators and the location of gas fields and discoveries marked. Details include associated downstream infrastructure including pipelines, tanker terminals and refineries. The map is a pdf file. the map is made using eps graphics, which do not lose resolution as they are enlarged.

South Africa
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Revised November 2014, this map provides an overview of the power generation and transmission infrastructure in Zambia. Actual and planned transmission lines are marked ranging from 66kV to 400kV lines. Generation projects (existing and planned) include hydroelectric, thermal and geothermal sites. The map is a pdf file. The images are made using eps graphics, which don't lose resolution as they are enlarged

Zambia
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Revised in July 2020, this map provides a detailed overview of the power sector in Côte d’Ivoire. The locations of power generation facilities that are operating, under construction or planned are shown by type – including liquid fuels, natural gas, coal,  hybrid, hydroelectricity, solar (PV) and biomass. Generation sites are marked with different sized circles to show sites of 1-9MW, 10-99MW, 100-499MW and 500MW and above.  Existing and future transmission lines are shown ranging from 90kV to 400kV. Actual and planned cross-border interconnectors are also shown including lines to Burkina Faso, Ghana, Guinea, Liberia and Mali. Power generation data was drawn from our African Energy Live Data platform, which contains project level detail on power plants and projects across Africa. The map is available as a PDF file using eps graphics, meaning that there is no loss of resolution as the file is enlarged.   

Côte d'Ivoire
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The issue leads with an analysis of the potential impact of Russia's war in Ukraine on African energy markets and Europe's urgent need to diversify energy supplies away from Russian gas. African Energy also looks at DR Congo where the government has signed an MoU with Israeli billionaire Dan Gertler's Ventora Development for the return of mining and oil assets but there are potential further complications from continued US sanctions against Gertler. Power coverage leads with Côte d’Ivoire, where a four-year emergency contract awarded to Turkey’s Karpowership highlights some of the challenges that face the Ivorian electricity industry. Oil and gas coverage leads with Namibia, focusing on the recent Venus and Graff discoveries that have transformational potential for the offshore Orange Basin play. Downstream coverage includes a look at Libya where an arbitration ruling means NOC can press ahead with buying out UAE-based Trasta Energy’s 50% stake in the Libyan Emirati Oil Refining Company and regaining full control of the Ras Lanuf oil refinery. The issue also includes a feature examining DR Congo's potential to help meet rising global demand for rare earth minerals. The African Energy View analyses the hard truths for state enterprises that were set out by South Africa's recent budget.

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The African Energy Atlas is the essential reference book for all energy professionals working in Africa, with maps, graphics and articles covering all aspects of the energy sector. The current Atlas was published in April 2020 as a PDF edition and republished in September 2020 to include updated datasets and new North Africa power maps.

Mauritius | Gambia | Ghana | Cameroon | Cabo Verde | Mozambique | Botswana | Lesotho | Somalia | South Sudan | Benin | Angola | Namibia | Mauritania | Sierra Leone | Niger | Sudan | Chad | Malawi | Madagascar | Uganda | Central African Republic | eSwatini (Swaziland) | Rwanda | Libya | Ethiopia | Djibouti | Guinea | Liberia | Guinea-Bissau | Zimbabwe | Eritrea | Algeria | Tanzania | Burkina Faso | Morocco | Togo | Senegal | Tunisia | Western Sahara (under UN mandate) | Mali | Burundi | DR Congo | Congo Brazzaville
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The issue leads with a series of analytical articles and charts looking at the prospects for a 'just energy transition' across the continent. Power coverage leads with Senegal, where the Millennium Challenge Corporation’s Senegal Power Compact is embarking on major transmission network upgrades that the US agency says will improve the grid’s capacity, reliability and stability, as the government implements its planned 1GW expansion of generation capacity. Oil and gas coverage includes a focus on Namibia where reports indicate that TotalEnergies’ Venus discovery could be the world’s largest-ever deep-water discovery.

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A €115m loan for the New & Renewable Energy Authority (NREA) is under appraisal at the European Investment Bank (EIB) to finance a 200MW wind farm in the Gulf of Suez.The loan represents 31.9% of the total cost of the plant, estimated at €360m. The government aims to increase wind energy’s share of total generation capacity to 12% by 2020, and the NREA prequalified 28 wind power projects in January.

Egypt
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There are some reassuringly familiar international names among the successful bidders for generation plants in Nigeria’s privatisation process, but the successful consortia also contain a number of less-known local companies whose beneficial ownership has not been revealed; some firms are linked to powerful former military leaders.

Nigeria