Burkina Faso is pushing forward with plans to reform its energy sector in a bid to attract international investors. The government hopes a recently signed deal with Equatorial Guinea for gas supplies will boost interest in its plans.
The government hopes to receive proposals to build new power plants – including gas-fired facilities – once its grid has been renovated, Cheick Fantamady Kanté, Burkino Faso country manager for the World Bank, told Interfax Natural Gas Daily.
Burkina Faso announced in September that it had signed a memorandum...
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