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Maps have always been important to African Energy and have featured in the newsletter since its earliest issues.
Our power maps include generation and T&D infrastructure and since 2018 have been based on our African Energy Live Data platform of more than 6,200 power plans and projects
A typical oil and gas map shows open and licensed acreage (including O&G fields) with named block operators, as well as associated downstream infrastructure such as oil and gas pipelines, LNG facilities, oil tanker terminals and refineries.
If you are looking to purchase a number of maps, please consider the African Energy Atlas.
With maps, graphics and articles covering all aspects of the energy sector, and a new edition every 18 months, the Atlas has since become the essential reference book for all energy professionals working in Africa.
African Energy Live Data is an innovative online database featuring continually updated and verified data and profiles on more than 6,500 power plants and projects across Africa and the organisations behind them.
All entries correspond to a power plant on the ground that African Energy’s Live Data team has investigated, verified and subjected to a rigorous fact checking process.
African Energy publishes a range of reports including the African Energy Atlas, Data Insights series and country-focused industry reports such as the South Africa Power Report.