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NLNG Brings Succor To LPG Supply Shortage In Nigeria

In course to proffer solution to perennial Liquefied Petroleum Gas LPG in Nigeria, the Board of Directors of Nigeria LNG Limited has approved the supply of 100percent of the company’s LPG production (Propane & Butane) to the Nigerian market, sweetcrude media reported. To this end, NLNG will prioritize the domestic market- whilerelegating the export chain […]

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Global LNG contracts: Qatar Petroleum, CNOOC top the list, sign largest LNG supply in 2021

The biggest long-term liquefied natural gas (LNG) contract signed in 2021 was between Qatar Petroleum and CNOOC Limited on September 29, 2021. According to the contract, Qatar Petroleum will supply 3.5 million tonnes per annum (Mtpa) of LNG from 2022 to 2036 to CNOOC Limited. The LNG will be supplied from the RasLaffan III liquefaction […]

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Turkey turns to Egypt LNG top buyer as Nigeria contract expires

Turkey is set for record high gas demand in 2021 — of as much as 60 Bcm — on the back of strong consumption in the power sector. At the same time, Ankara is facing the prospect of more of its long-term import contracts expiring in the near future after deals with Azerbaijan for pipeline […]

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DNG resumes Smart Gas to targeted consumers in South Africa

DNG Energy a 100% black-owned energy infrastructure company in South Africa SA has announced commencement of liquefied natural gas (LNG) delivery to commercial customers in the industrial, transport, marine and power sectors. This new and affordable energy alternative and it is the culmination of 7 years of planning, permitting and licensing efforts, which heralds the […]

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Gas-To-Power : An Opportunity that Africa Can’t Toss Away after COP26 -By NJ Ayuk

After three days in Glasgow for COP26, you can’t help but ask yourself where do we go from here as an African energy sector. I maintain my disappointment with the global elites for failing to invite the oil and gas industry. Oh well, they invited me. With dire warnings about the impending dangers of climate […]

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Egypt seals major contract awarding power project with Saudi Arabia, extends pact in Europe

The Saudi Electricity Company and the Egyptian Electricity Transmission Company have recently signed the awarding contracts of the electrical interconnection project between the Kingdom and Egypt. The contracts, which were signed simultaneously between Riyadh and Cairo, included contracts with three consortiums of international and local companies to implement the connection project, which has a capacity […]

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Wärtsilä to inject 120MW gas powered electricity in Gabon national grid

Wärtsilä and Gabon Power Company (GPC) have signed a concession agreement with the Government of Gabon to develop, build, operate and maintain a 120MW gas power plant. It will be located at the industrial site of Owendo, close to Libreville, the capital of Gabon. Wärtsilä will lead the project with GPC, a subsidiary of the […]

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Gabon Hydropower receives major investment boost from IFC, Canada

In a bidto scale up clean energy production capacity in Gabon, IFC, the Government of Gabon, Meridiam Infrastructure Africa Fund FIPS (MIAF), Meridiam Infrastructure Africa Parallel Fund FIPS (MIAPF) and the Fonds Gabonais d’Investissements Strategiques (FGIS), with the support of the Government of Canada, today announced a financing package for the Kinguele Aval hydropower plant, […]

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Karpowership SA (KPSA) wins Gas-to-Power project in South Africa

Karpowership SA (KPSA), a South African company that is 49% Black owned, welcomes the  announcement made by the Department of Mineral Resources and Energy (DMRE) appointing KPSA  as a Preferred Bidder for projects in the Ports of Coega, Saldanha and Richards Bay, to provide power  to South Africa’s national electricity grid under the Risk Mitigation […]

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Pavilion Energy and bp Singapore sign a 10-year LNG supply agreement for Singapore

Pavilion Energy Trading & Supply Pte. Ltd and bp Singapore Pte Limited (“bp Singapore”) have signed a long-term LNG sale and purchase agreement (SPA) for the supply of approximately 0.8 million tonnes of LNG per year to Singapore for 10 years from 2024.  Beyond the supply of LNG to Singapore, both companies will strive to […]

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