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Upstream operator Total has signed a host government agreement (HGA) with Uganda for its proposed oil export pipeline project connecting Uganda’s oil fields to Tanzania’s Tanga port. “We have today reached major milestones which pave the way to the final investment decision [FID] in the coming months.

Uganda | Tanzania
Issue 423 - 24 September 2020

Mozambique: Bid round planned

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Mozambique is making preparations to launch a new licensing round including both onshore and offshore acreage. National Petroleum Institute (INP) vice-president exploration Augusto Macuvele told Frontier’s Africa E&P virtual summit the INP had held consultations with companies in January and February, asking what areas they would like to see included.

Mozambique
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Sahara to develop LPG storage Sahara Energy Logistics has signed a joint-venture agreement with Petroci for the construction of a 12,000 tonne LPG storage facility. Sahara said the $43m project would be executed in two phases, with commissioning scheduled for November 2021 and October 2022 respectively.

Côte d'Ivoire
Issue 423 - 24 September 2020

New gas investments face big challenges

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Competition is believed to be intense as bidding closes to take over Sasol’s 50% stake in the Rompco pipeline, which runs 865km from the Temane gas field in Mozambique to Sasol’s Secunda complex in Mpumalanga.

Issue 424 - 08 October 2020

South Africa: More solar plants online

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The 40MW Aggeneys, 67.9MW Bokamoso and 75MW Konkoonsies II solar PV plants have all begun operating. Aggeneys and Konkoonsies II were developed by private equity firm Actis’ Biotherm Energy and are expected to generate around 33GWh/yr. Both plants use Canadian Solar’s 1500V high-voltage polycrystalline silicon PV modules on single-axis tracking systems.

South Africa
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Revised in December 2018, this map provides a detailed overview of the power sector in Angola. The locations of power generation facilities that are operating, under construction or planned are shown by type – including natural gas, liquid fuels, hydroelectric, solar (PV), wind 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 60kV to 400kV. Actual and planned cross-border interconnectors are also shown including lines to DRC and Namibia. The map was originally published as part of the African Energy Atlas 2018/2019 and is available as a PDF file using eps graphics, meaning that there is no loss of resolution as the file is enlarged. Power generation data was drawn from our African Energy Live Data platform, which contains project level detail on more than 5,500 power plants and projects across Africa.

Angola
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Published in April 2012 as part of the African Energy Atlas 2012, this map takes a detailed look at south east Algeria, encompassing the Amguid Messaoud, Berkine and Illizzi basins. Major oil and gads fields are shown alongside associated downstream infrastructure including pipelines, refineries, and gas processing plants.

Algeria
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Published in January 2011 as part of the African Energy Atlas 2011, this map provides an overview of Libya's electricity transmission and generation infrastructure, and planned and actual gas transit facilities

Libya
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Published in April 2012 as part of the African Energy Atlas 2012, this map provides an overview of oil and gas infrastructure in Ethiopia, Eritrea and Djibouti. Open and licensed acreage is shown, alongside associated downstream infrastructure including pipelines, refineries, and tanker terminals.

Ethiopia | Djibouti | Eritrea
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Revised in November 2011, this map shows actual and planned transmission and generation projects throughout Egypt. The map includes an inset showing detail of lines between Alexandria, Port Said and Cairo, and also features the location of larger solar and wind generation sites.

Egypt
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Revised in April 2017, this map provides an overview of Zimbabwe’s power sector. The locations of actual and planned power generation facilities are shown by type – including hydroelectric, thermal, solar PV and waste-to-power – alongside existing and future transmission lines, ranging from 66kV to 400kV. Actual and planned cross-border interconnectors are shown including the Zizabona project, and links to South Africa, Mozambique, Botswana and Zambia. The map is a PDF file, made using eps graphics, meaning that there is no loss of resolution as the file is enlarged.

Zimbabwe
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Published in January 2011 as part of the African Energy Atlas 2011, this map provides a detailed overview of South Africa's electricity infrastructure. Actual and planned generation and transmission networks are shown, including regional interconnections and hydroelectric, coal, gas-fired, nuclear, solar and wind facilities.

Botswana | Lesotho | Namibia | eSwatini (Swaziland) | South Africa
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Revised April 2017, this map provides an overview of oil and gas sector infrastructure in Mauritania, Senegal, Guinea-Bissau and The Gambia. Open and licensed acreage is shown, with block operators marked, alongside the location of oil and gas fields. Associated downstream infrastructure is included such as oil and gas pipelines, refineries, gas processing plants, tanker terminals and the location of planned LNG liquefaction and regasification terminals. The map is a PDF file, made using eps graphics, meaning that there is no loss of resolution as the file is enlarged.

Gambia | Mauritania | Guinea-Bissau | Senegal
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Published in April 2012 as part of the African Energy Atlas 2012, this map illustrates Africa's refining infrastructure, showing the location of operational, planned and closed facilities. Country by country entries provide detail of downstream facilities, including project name, status, refining capacity and operator name.

Kenya | Ghana | Cameroon | Mozambique | Somalia | Egypt | DR Congo | Benin | Angola | Sudan | Malawi | Nigeria | Madagascar | Uganda | Libya | Djibouti | Liberia | Equatorial Guinea | Congo Brazzaville | Gabon | Algeria | Tanzania | Morocco | Togo | South Africa | Tunisia | Côte d'Ivoire
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This map – originally published within the African Energy Atlas 2016/2017 – provides an overview of Gabon’s oil and gas sector infrastructure. Open and licensed acreage is shown, with block operators marked, alongside associated downstream infrastructure such as oil and gas pipelines, refineries and tanker terminals. The map is a PDF file, made using eps graphics, meaning that there is no loss of resolution as the file is enlarged.

Gabon