What's become of Afren's old bosses?
Afren’s former executives are continuing to pursue their careers in Africa, and particularly Nigeria.
Isabel dos Santos has trouble licking Sonangol into shape
Embroiled in financial and judicial wrangles, the head of Sonangol, is finding it hard to push through reforms in the oil sector.
Donors ask if new prime minister can save Inga dam project
The appointment of Samy Badibanga as prime minister could reassure donors who have stopped funding Inga 3.
Harvest ebullient after touting SAC as Dussafu buyer
Keen on selling its asset in Gabon as soon as possible, the American junior has introduced the would-be buyer to decision makers in the local industry.
How Carlyle plans to upstage Perenco in fight for Shell’s assets
The sale of several concessions by the major could well trigger a fight between the family-owned junior and a fund with deep pockets.
ENI gives thumbs up to Coral but CNPC hangs back
A lot of uncertainty hangs over the actual timeline for the program that’s due to generate 3.3 million tons of LNG per year.
FAR falls short of its aims
The Australian company FAR failed to raise the money it needed to buy into the Djiffere concession in Senegal.