Tullow’s exploration of the Tweneboa-Enyenra-Ntomme fields could be stymied if a ruling on a maritime border dispute with Ivory Coast does not go Ghana’s way.
19 September 2017
Nigeria has calmed the unrest in the Niger Delta, boosting its gas production.
11 September 2017
Baker Mckenzie’s Richard Mugni talks to Interfax Natural Gas Daily about the progress of power market liberalisation in Ivory Coast and the challenges faced by investors.
29 August 2017
The Swiss trading house’s plan to take the full output from the LNG plant is seen as a bold move by analysts.
22 August 2017
Delays mean gas from Eni’s Sankofa field is likely to arrive before Ghana’s pipelines and power projects are ready for it.
18 August 2017
Indigenous firms are suffering from devalued assets amid low commodity prices, making service companies view them as
14 August 2017
NewAge has reached an agreement with the government over how to use the gas from the offshore Etinde permit.
8 August 2017
Angola is facing an exodus of upstream operators as a result of an uncertain economy and problems at Sonangol.
31 July 2017
Gas prices for the Nigerian power sector could be market-led if the policy results in new legislation.
24 July 2017
Endeavor and Starenergie dispute the validity of the joint development agreement for the power plant project.
13 July 2017
Ghana’s review process for its gas power projects could delay their startup dates even though feedstock will soon be available.
10 July 2017
It will be difficult for developers to move small-scale LNG projects forward in Nigeria unless the government raises energy tariffs.
5 July 2017
The threat of a revolt in Nigeria’s parliament could scupper new legislation designed to force Nigeria LNG to pay more tax.
29 June 2017
Kosmos and BP have yet to decide whether their FLNG vessel will be a newbuild or a conversion.
26 June 2017
Nigeria has set its electricity tariffs so low that distributors are saying they are unable to turn a profit, leaving them searching for alternatives
15 June 2017
South Africa’s gas tender looks in doubt following a high court ruling calling for greater consultation on the country’s nuclear power programme.
12 June 2017
With state-owned Electricity Company of Ghana accumulating debts from consumers to suppliers, privatisation is looking likely.
12 June 2017
Equatorial Guinea has shortlisted three offtakers for the Fortuna FLNG plant, but the FID on the project looks likely to slip.
6 June 2017
Golar is looking to monetise gas in Equatorial Guinea despite facing hurdles to its developments in Cameroon and Ghana.
2 June 2017
The president of Cameroon and the head of state-owned oil company SNH are blocking development of the Etinde gas field despite its approval by parliament.
30 May 2017