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Africa Energy Intelligence

  • Published: September 2014
  • Region: Africa
  • Indigo Publications

Established in 1983, Africa Energy Intelligence is the trade publication of reference for the politics behind energy: oil, gas, and electricity in Africa.

The newsletter is published every other Wednesday for a total of 23 issues per year. Subscription plans are available for both online and print editions.

Government policies - Lobbying networks; the strategy of state-owned firms; the diplomatic manoeuvres of major powers...

Oil & Gas - Awarding of acreage; new licenses; construction of LNG plants; asset sales; negotiations in bidding rounds; operations by investment banks, and more.

Electricity - Construction of new power plants; arrival of new Chinese, Russian and Indian groups.

Financial operations - Mergers, acquisitions and takeovers in the energy sector. Consultants and firms that prepare deals and mount financial packages.

Who's Who - Exclusive biographies of leading players in Africa's energy sector.

Africa Energy Intelligence is published on a Fortnightly basis.

Page 2:
Nigeria: Russia Still Believes in TSGP
Uganda: Oil a Family Aff air for Leader
State-Owned Companies
Sudapet, ENCO, Petrobras

Page 3-4:
Saudis Knock on Ivory Coast Door
Cameroon: Perenco Leaps
into First Place
Central African Republic: Grynberg
Summoned to Court
Congo-K: Total in Pitch for Great
Lakes Oil
East Africa: How Afren Plans
to Work in East
Southern Africa: Fill Up with
Sonangol’s Gasoline

Page 5:
Algeria: Medgaz in the Starting Blocks
Tunisia: Quest for Unconventional
Projects
Equatorial Guinea: Ophir Seeks
Regional Outlets

Page 6:
Southern Africa: Shortages a Boon
to Lusaka
Congo-K: Seoul in Major Power Thrust
Burundi: India & China Square Off
for Deal

Page 7:
Ghana: A $26 Mn Regulatory Body
Nigeria: Soros to the Rescue?
Kenya: Africa Oil Awaits Court Ruling
Consultants
SBM Off shore, RAB Capital,
Fox-Davies Capital

Page 8:
Vance Querio: Ivory Coast
William O. Strange: Guinea
Pierre Muzyumba: Congo-K
Robert C. Macaulay: South Africa

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