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Africa’s gas markets interconnected and in a squeeze

The significant drop in export volumes to Europe is taking a substantial bite out of Russian revenues, which in turn means that some projects will be delayed by at least three to four years.


Emerson wins award for diversity

Automation leader recognised for contributing to workforce inclusivity and equality in the energy industry.


Improving energy security in Africa

Under a mandate to make energy poverty history by 2030, African Energy Week hosted a panel discussion that explored the numerous pipeline projects currently underway in Africa.


3t EnerMech scoops top global title

3t EnerMech named ‘Regional Winner for East Africa and the Rest of the World’ in prestigious Engineering Construction Industry Training and Development Awards.


AIEN announces 2022 award winners

The AIEN recognises achievements in five categories: Deal of the year, Venture of the year, Discovery of the year, Energy Innovation and CSR Campaign of the year.


Central African nations eye pipelines and hubs

Central African countries signed a deal on Thursday to create a regional oil and gas pipeline network and hub infrastructures which backers say will strengthen energy supply and reduce dependence on imports of refined products.


Tom Alweendo leads Namibian delegation

A high-level delegation from Namibia will travel to Equatorial Guinea to hold bilateral meetings and visit oil and gas facilities.


Africa’s search for European gas market share

Algeria, Egypt, and Nigeria will account for about 60% of the continent’s total LNG production capacity between 2022 - 2025, even as construction moves ahead on new facilities.