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African Energy maps are the result of independent research and may be accessed through an African Energy subscription or may be bought separately for £70.
A typical power sector map shows existing and planned generation sites for thermal and renewable projects alongside existing and planned transmission lines.
A typical oil and gas sector map provides an overview of the sector, showing open and licensed acreage alongside associated major downstream infrastructure, including pipelines, gas processing sites, refineries and tanker terminals. Known oil and gas fields are shown, with approximate field shape and size dependent on the scale of the map. For a number of big producer countries including Algeria, Egypt and Nigeria, additional maps provide detail of a specific area such as Egypt's Red Sea.
Buying credit allows you to take your pick of all articles published since January 2008. Simply register your account on the CbI Archive site (the online home of all African Energy's full subscriber content) and buy a bundle of credits to get started.
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Credits may also be used to buy articles from African Energy's sister publication Gulf States News (GSN), an established and authoritative source of information on the people, politics and resources of the Gulf region.