Net additions of on-grid generation capacity were at their lowest levels since 2011 in Q1 2019, according to African Energy Live Data.
Held at RSA House, London on 2-3 May, AIX: Gas brought upstream and LNG players together with investors, senior officials, power sector and downstream developers to help form and strengthen partnerships along the African gas value chain.
Uncertainty rises after 11th hour election delay
The announcement that Nigeria’s highly anticipated elections have been delayed by a week has heightened feelings of uncertainty in Africa’s most populous country.
Held at RSA House, London on 14-15 November, the fifth Africa Investment Exchange: Power & Renewables meeting brought together 180 leading private and public sector investors, African officials and project developers.
The generation capacity of a majority of African electricity supply industries (ESIs) has seen strong growth since the start of the decade, according to Cross-border Information's first African Energy Data Book, which was launched at the...
A power sector scorecard published in the new edition of the African Energy Atlas, shows that a net 15.5GW installed capacity was...
African Energy Live Data suggests a vibrant continental electricity supply industry is developing, but project-by-project analysis points to a more complex situation in which power plant construction is sluggish and hundreds of millions...
New World Bank support and some improvements in performance underpin government claims that Abuja can turn around Nigeria’s dysfunctional electricity supply industry, but with gencos going to court to obtain full payments of their bills, the...
CbI Meetings has published the full agenda for the fourth annual Africa Investment Exchange: Gas meeting in London on 11-12 April.
Identify problems, mitigate risks
Reveal opportunities, minimise threats
Obtain a true picture of risks and opportunities
Improve performance, achieve results