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A look at Angola’s new oil-licensing strategy (2019 – 2025) Adriano Rioja Ciprian

15th March 2019 In yet another landmark reform for its hydrocarbons sector, Angola released in February 2019 a new Presidential Decree detailing the country’s oil licensing strategy for the next six years. Published in February 2019, Presidential Decree No. 52/19 is a continuation of the Lourenço... 

Energy Efficiency in Healthcare facilities: Pholosong Hospital

15th March 2019 Natural Gas is increasingly becoming a favoured fuel alternative, it has been dubbed “the fuel of the future” by many. With the increasing pressure to lower carbon emissions, the use of coal-fired equipment is phasing out. As part of the Green Initiative, the South African government has been... 

India offers fresh incentives to oil, gas E&P companies

By: Ajoy K Das     25th February 2019 n a bid to increase domestic output and fuel investments in the sector, the Indian government has approved offering marketing and pricing freedom to oil and natural gas exploration and production (E&P) companies for their yet-to-be developed assets. In addition, the government has offered a... 

BHP approves $696m for Gulf of Mexico expansion

By: Esmarie Iannucci     13th February 2019 Mining major BHP on Wednesday approved $696-million in funding to develop the Atlantis Phase 3 project, in the Gulf of Mexico, after project partner BP in January approved a $1.3-billion expansion of the project. The Atlantis Phase 3 development will include the construction of a new subsea... 

CIL lines up capex for renewed thrust on developing CBM assets

By: Ajoy K Das     12th February 2019 Seizing an opportunity offered by recently relaxed rules, State-run miner Coal India Limited (CIL) has lined up a corpus of around $422-million to kick-start its sputtering coalbed methane (CBM) projects. The renewed thrust of getting the CBM projects off the ground would be initiated by Bharat... 

Biogas flowmeter introduced for variable compositions

1st February 2019 Industrial process instrumentation supplier Krohne announced the introduction of the new Optisonic 7300 Biogas ultrasonic flowmeter to the Southern African market in the last quarter of last year. The Optisonic 7300 Biogas is an ultrasonic flowmeter for low pressure biogas, landfill and sewage... 

India receives 145 bids for 25 small oil, natural gas fields at auction

By: Ajoy K Das     31st January 2019 The second round of auction of 25 discovered small fields (DSF) in the Indian oil and natural gas sector has received 145 bids from 39 investors, including six foreign companies, the sector regulator has reported. The Directorate General for Hydrocarbons (DGH) states that domestic oil and natural... 

Collaborative enterprise development partnerships bear fruit

By: Creamer Media Reporter      25th January 2019 WorleyParsons’ Enterprise Supplier Development (ESD) programme has achieved significant success within its first six years of operation, highlighting the benefits of sustainable and collaborative enterprise development partnerships. Through the programme WorleyParsons has been able to streamline... 

Africa's position as the world's hottest oil and gas frontier to be entrenched this year

By: African News Agency      22nd January 2019 The year ahead will be key for the advancement of new exploration and production development projects from West to East Africa in the hydrocarbons market, entrenching the continent’s position as the word’s hottest oil and gas frontier, the African Energy Chamber (AEC) has said. The year however... 

Oil, gas outlook positive amid tough conditions, says PwC review

By: Kim Cloete     7th November 2018 The outlook for Africa’s oil and gas industry is positive, despite tough economic conditions and far fewer discoveries over the past year, PwC’s yearly 'Africa Oil & Gas Review' shows. The review indicates how the industry has responded in the wake of the recovery of the oil price to close to... 

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