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Published in December 2021, this map focuses on conflict and security incidents across Nigeria. Sites of major violent events and maritime piracy are marked alongside major infrastructure, including power generation and transmission, oil and gas fields, pipelines oil refineries, tanker terminals and LNG facilities. State boundaries are marked with the map shaded to show state death rates over the period January 2018 to November 2021. The bottom of the map features three charts illustrating Cumulative deaths by perpetrator (May 2011 to November 2021), Monthly deaths (January 2018 to November 2021), and Events involving identified victims of abductions/forced disappearance (January 2018 to April 2021). The map is presented as a PDF file using eps graphics, meaning that there is no loss of resolution as the file is enlarged.  

Nigeria
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Published November 2021, this map focuses on Ethiopia's critical power infrastructure and illustrates conflict zones across the country. The main map shows areas under the control of anti-federal government forces alongside operating, under construction and planned power generation sites (marked according to size and main fuel type) and transmission lines (actual and planned ranging from 230kV to 500kV). The map also shows key infrastructures sites in neighbouring Eritrea and Djibouti (including tanker terminals and refineries) and highlights additional areas of potential conflict or contention. An inset map illustrates the Tigray Defence Forces (TDF) and Oromo Liberation Army (OLA) joint offensive over October-November 2021 – places controlled and contested by the Ethiopian National Defence Force (ENDF) TDF and OLA are marked. The map is available as a PDF file using eps graphics, meaning that there is no loss of resolution as the file is enlarged.

Ethiopia
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Published June 2021, this map show conflict and security flash points in Ethiopia and Eritrea alongside the location of power generation and transmission infrastructure, planned oil and gas pipelines, tanker terminals, refineries and proposed LNG facilities. The locations of power generation facilities that are operating, under construction or planned are shown by type – including thermal, hydroelectricity, solar, wind, geothermal and biomass/biogas. Existing and planned transmissions is shown ranging from 230kV to 400kV/500KV. Two insets provide a snapshot of conflict incidents in the Tigray region during 2020 and 2021. The map is available as a PDF file using eps graphics, meaning that there is no loss of resolution as the file is enlarged.

Ethiopia | Djibouti | Eritrea
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Published in April 2021, this map provides an overview of the hydrocarbons exploration and power generation sites in the Seychelles. Open and licensed acreage is shown, with blocks in the Marine Spatial Plan Zones 1 and 2 biodiversity protection areas marked. The locations of power generation facilities that are operating, under construction or planned are shown by type – including liquid fuels, natural gas, hybrid, solar (PV), wind and biomass/biogas. Generation sites are marked with different sized circles to show sites of less than 1 MW, 1-9M and 10-99MW. The map is available as a PDF file using eps graphics, meaning that there is no loss of resolution as the file is enlarged.  

Seychelles
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This map of the border between Mozambique and Tanzania, revised in April 2021, indicates security incidents in the Rovuma region and illegal mining and smuggling routes for artisanal gold, rubies, people, heroin and timber. The map shows oil and gas infrastructure in the two countries, including open and licensed blocks, gas fields, pipelines and processing plants as well as future LNG liquefaction plant and export terminals. Additionally, this map includes a list of LNG contracts for Mozambique. The map is available as a PDF file using eps graphics, meaning that there is no loss of resolution as the file is enlarged.

Mozambique | Tanzania
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Updated in May 2021, this map provides a detailed overview of the hydrocarbons sector in Equatorial Guinea. Open and licensed acreage (exploration, appraisal/development, producing and those waiting PSCs) is shown, with block operators and oil and gas fields marked, alongside associated downstream infrastructure such as pipelines, tanker terminals, refineries, gas processing plants and LNG facilities. The map is available as a PDF file using eps graphics, meaning that there is no loss of resolution as the file is enlarged.

Equatorial Guinea
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Updated in April 2020, this map provides a detailed overview of the hydrocarbons sector in Libya. Licensed acreage is shown, with block operators and oil and gas fields marked, alongside associated downstream infrastructure such as oil and gas pipelines, tanker terminals, refineries, gas processing plants and LNG facilities. An inset shows the Sirte Basin area in greater detail. The map is available as a PDF file using eps graphics, meaning that there is no loss of resolution as the file is enlarged.  

Libya
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Revised in September 2020, this map provides a detailed overview of the power sector in Algeria. The locations of power generation facilities that are operating, under construction or planned are shown by type – including liquid fuels, gas and liquid fuels, natural gas, nuclear, hybrid, hydroelectricity, solar (PV) and wind. Generation sites are marked with different sized circles to show sites of 3-9MW, 10-99MW, 100-999MW and  1,000MW and above. Existing and future transmission and distribution lines are shown ranging from 60kV to 400kV. Actual and planned cross-border interconnectors are also shown including lines to Morocco and Tunisia. 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.

Algeria
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Updated in December 2020, this map provides a detailed overview of the oil ans gas sector in Ghana. Open and licensed acreage is shown, with block operators and oil and gas fields marked, alongside associated downstream infrastructure such as pipelines, tanker terminals, refineries, gas processing plants and LNG facilities. The map is available as a PDF file using eps graphics, meaning that there is no loss of resolution as the file is enlarged.  

Ghana
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Revised in September 2020, this map provides a detailed overview of the power sector in Mozambique. The locations of power generation facilities that are operating, under construction or planned are shown by type – including liquid fuels, natural gas, coal, 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. Projects including battery storage are marked. Two small insets provide greater detail for the region around Maputo and the area between Chimoio and Beira. Existing and future transmission and distribution lines are shown ranging from 66KV to 500KV-plus. Actual and planned cross-border interconnectors are also shown including lines to South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe. 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.

Mozambique
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Updated in April 2020 for the African Energy Atlas, this map provides a detailed overview of the power sector in Uganda. The locations of power generation facilities that are operating, under construction or planned are shown by type – including liquid fuels, natural gas, hybrid, hydroelectric, solar (PV and CSP), wind, geothermal and biomass. Generation sites are marked with different sized circles to show sites of 1-9MW, 10-99MW, 100-499MW and 500MW-plus.  Existing and future transmission lines are shown ranging from 132kV to 400kV. Actual and planned cross-border interconnectors are also shown including lines to DR Congo, Kenya, South Sudan and Rwanda.  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. 

Uganda
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Published in September 2020, this map focuses on the power sector in Guinea and includes a smaller regional map showing West African Power Pool (WAPP) priority transmission projects. The locations of power generation facilities that are operating, under construction or planned are shown by type – including liquid fuels, thermal unknown, hybrid, hydroelectricity and solar (PV).Generation sites are marked with different sized circles to show sites of 1-9MW, 10-99MW, 100-499MW and 500MW and above. Projects that include battery storage are indicated.Existing and future transmission lines are shown ranging from 50kV and under to 225kV. An inset illustrates WAPP priority transmission projects stretching across the region from Senegal to Nigeria. The transmission projects are listed (with details including line capacity, completion dates and recommended completion dates) and marked either as short-term or medium-term priorities. 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. 

Guinea
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Revised in September 2020, this map provides a detailed overview of the power sector in Zimbabwe. The locations of power generation facilities that are operating, under construction or planned are shown by type – including liquid fuels, gas & liquid fuels, coal, hydroelectric, solar (PV and CSP) and biomass/biogas. Generation sites are marked with different sized circles to show sites of 1-9MW, 10-99MW, 100-499MW and 500MW and above.  Projects including battery storage are marked. Existing and future transmission and distribution lines are shown ranging from 66kV to 400kV. Actual and planned cross-border interconnectors are also shown including lines to Botswana, Mozambique, South Africa and Zambia 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.  

Zimbabwe
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Revised in September 2020, 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 liquid fuels, gas and liquid fuels, natural gas, hybrid, hydroelectricity, solar (PV), wind and biomass/biogas. Generation sites are marked with different sized circles to show sites of 1-9MW, 10-99MW, 100-499MW and 500MW and above. A small inset shows in greater detail the region from Luanda to Malanje. Existing and future transmission and distribution lines are shown ranging from 60kV to 400kV. Actual and planned cross-border interconnectors are also shown including lines to DR Congo and Namibia. 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.

Angola
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Updated in April 2020, this map package was originally published within the African Energy Atlas. Providing an overview of Mozambique's open and licensed blocks, this map also goes into oil and gas pipelines and fields. It also includes oil refineries and gas processing plants as well as downstream installations such as LNG liquefaction plants with export terminals and LNG regasification plants with import terminals. There is also an inset map to look at Mozambique's ruvuma basin with greater detail.  The map is available as a PDF file using eps graphics, meaning that there is no loss of resolution as the file is enlarged.

Mozambique