There is just two weeks to go until our Africa Investment Exchange: Gas meeting in London (27-28 May).
Barring unwelcome twists in Nigeria’s volatile elite politics, Goodluck Jonathan’s peaceful departure from Aso Rock will be judged an unexpected success at the end of a largely failed presidency.
Investment in African megaprojects increased by 46 per cent to $326 billion in 2014, mainly as a result of higher investment in transport, energy and power infrastructure, advisory firm Deloitte’s third yearly African Construction Trends report...
The East Africa Gas Report collects together the best articles and maps published in African Energy between November 2014 and January 2015, including two full-page maps on Tanzania and Mozambique, drawn by African Energy’s expert cartographer...
Based on independent research by African Energy's experienced analysts, the ten-page South Africa Power Report combines detailed project-by-project analysis of the country’s renewables sector with a similar listing for thermal generation,...
23 January 2015
CbI-produced report published by Infrastructure Consortium for Africa
Wednesday 22nd October 2014
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CbI has been made aware of a scam job advert that has been circulated in Uganda and Rwanda claiming to be for a research position for African Energy.
CbI has published a new edition of its detailed and extensive report listing key members of the Al Saud and their education, careers, business interests, political connections and marriages.
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