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NAMIBIA: In Swakopmund, The French HDF Wants To Produce Green Hydrogen From 2024

The French independent power producer (IPP) HDF Energy has announced a green hydrogen project near the city of Swakopmund in Namibia. Its facilities are expected to be operational by 2024. Namibia is increasingly attracting investors in the nascent green hydrogen industry. This is the case of the French company HDF Energy, which is developing a […]

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ReconAfrica Seeks New Joint Venture Partners For Kavango Basin, Namibia

Reconnaissance Energy Africa Ltd. has secured its new business relationship with Alvarez & Marsal and Hannam & Partners. The two companies will work closely with ReconAfrica in managing its evolving data room as well as launching a global reach to potential, high quality, joint venture partners to join the Company’s initial exploration program in the […]

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ReconAfrica Progresses On Drilling Of Kavango Basin Hits 8-2 Well Depth, Namibia

Reconnaissance Energy Africa (“ReconAfrica) and its joint venture partner NAMCOR the state oil company of Namibia  has confirmed  having successfully reached total depth of the third stratigraphic test well, 1819/8-2 (“8-2”), in the Kavango basin of NE Namibia. The well was drilled to a total depth of 2,056 meters reaching all geological targets, on time […]

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Panoro Energy Gets Technical Co-Operation Permit 218 Onshore South Africa

Energy ASA has announcec that it has been awarded a 100 per cent interest in Technical Co-operation Permit (“TCP”) 218 located onshore northern Free State province, South Africa. TCP 218 covers a surface area of approximately 6,608 Km2 in the highly prospective Northern Karoo Basin which has a proven working natural gas and Helium system with […]

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Island Innovator Rig Positions For Gazania-1 Drilling Campaign In South Africa And Namibia

Barely few month Africa Africa Energy has released reports that Eco (Atlantic) Oil & Gas has deposited approximately US$20 millionin escrow to support its capital expenditure requirements for the Gazzania-1 well on Block 2B, offshore South Africa, after closing the acquisition of Azinam Group Limited.  The oil and gas exploration company focused on the offshore […]

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ReconAfrica Gets Extension Of ECC In Kavango Basin Offshore Nambia

Reconnaissance Energy  said it has received a three year extension to its Environmental Clearance Certificate (ECC), from the Office of the Environmental Commissioner, Ministry of Environment, Forestry and Tourism of the Republic of Namibia, covering the entire PEL 73 permit, which covers over 6.3 million acres (25,000 km2), in northeast Namibia. The ECC authorizes ReconAfrica, […]

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High Court Of Namibia Dismisses Application For Interdict Filed Against ReconAfrica

Reconnaissance Energy Africa Ltd.  has  reported that, following a hearing in connection with a recent application filed by certain third party applicants with the High Court of Namibia challenging the recent amendments to the Company’s Environmental Compliance Certificate that were approved by the Environmental Commissioner of the Namibian Ministry of Environment, Forestry, and Tourism, the […]

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A Major Push For Angola’s Oil And Gas Sector As Angola Azule Energy Starts Operations

bp and Eni have confirmed that Azule Energy, the new 50/50 independent joint venture combining the two companies’ Angolan businesses, has been officially established. Azule Energy is now Angola’s largest independent equity producer of oil and gas, holding 2 billion barrels equivalent of net resources and growing to about 250,000 barrels equivalent a day (boe/d) […]

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TotalEnergies Angola Rolls Out Serial Energy Projects

As part of the rollout of its multi-energy strategy in Angola, TotalEnergies has announced the launch of the Begonia oil field, and Quiluma and Maboqueiro gas fields developments, as well as its first photovoltaic project in the country, with a capacity of 35 MWp and the possibility of adding 45 MWp in a second phase. […]

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Eni Consortium Set For Angola’s First Non-Associated Gas Development Project

Eni and its Partners in the New Gas Consortium (NGC), Chevron’s affiliate in Angola Cabinda Gulf Oil Company Limited (CABGOC), Sonangol P&P, bp and TotalEnergies, together with Angola’s National Agency for Oil, Gas and Biofuels ANPG, are pleased to announce that the Final Investment Decision (FID) for the development of the Quiluma and Maboqueiro (Q&M) […]

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