We are now taking pre-orders for the 2020/2021 edition of the African Energy Atlas, which will be published in April.
First published in 2007, the African Energy Atlas is the essential reference book for all energy professionals working in Africa.
- Maps and articles cover new trends, finance, economic indicators, electricity (generation, transmission and distribution and the emergence of off-grid systems) upstream oil and gas exploration and production, LNG and gas processing facilities, pipelines, refineries and tanker terminals.
- Fully searchable pdf helps readers locate projects quickly
- Every map has been made using EPS graphics, which don't lose resolution as they are enlarged.
- Exclusive power sector data and trends help inform your decision making
Special offer: Pre-order now for £395 (normal price £450) and receive the PDF version as soon as it is published. (price quoted excludes UK VAT. Format includes complimentary print copy delivered by standard post) Email email@example.com. Tel: +44 (0)1424 721667.
- Coverage of every country.
- All maps based on African Energy's Live Data platform of more than 6,000 generation projects and plants.
- Maps show power generation sites that are operating, under construction or planned (each scaled to size).
- Electricity T&D infrastructure, showing the current state and planned extension of national grids and regional and cross-border power interconnectors.
Exclusive power sector data
- Scorecard showing the state of African power generation at the start of 2020.
- Energy mix trends for each region 2010-2025.
- Capacity additions 2010-19 by fuel, region, ownership type.
- Procurement programme analysis.
Oil & Gas
- Overview of oil and gas exploration and production across the continent and the state of associated infrastructure such as pipelines, tanker terminals, LNG and FLNG installations.
- Extended coverage of key countries Algeria, Egypt (with detail of Nile Delta, Western Desert and Gulf of Suez regions), Nigeria and Angola.
- Downstream map covering oil refineries, CTL and GTL plants.