Home oil & gas GABON Issue dated 16/06/2015 Chinese communist party shows an interest in Addax The management of Addax Petroleum (bought by Sinopec in 2009) [...] (106 words) This article may be accessed by subscribers and e-wallet holders (EUR 2.20) Log in to read more Already have an account? Log in Keep me logged in Forgot your password? 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[...] Spotlight AFRICA 24/11/2015 Beijing tightens the leash on its oil operators Two years after new president Xi Jinping took power, the relative freedom enjoyed by the management of affiliates of Sinopec, CNPC and CNOOC appears to have vanished. Indeed, the ousting of top aides at CNPC and Sinopec clearly signals that [. [...] AFRICA 10/11/2015 Sinopec’s leading man in Africa falls into disgrace in Beijing Heads are rolling one after the other among chiefs of state-owned Chinese companies that have done part of their business [...] GABON 13/10/2015 The bumpy road to merger between Sinopec & Addax Petroleum The need to cut its wage bill has led the parent company of Addax to streamline the way it functions. That’s no easy task. [...] GABON 15/09/2015 Thierry Normand will grasp the nettle for Addax According to our sources, Thierry Normand has been hired as the new managing director of Addax Gabon. While most of [...] AFRICA 14/07/2015 Is Addax running short of cash? According to company sources, the 300-strong staff at the headquarters [...] GABON 14/07/2015 Addax caught up in new wrangle with government Relations between the Chinese group and Libreville could worsen once again with a new scandal. And this time Addax’s supporter in presidential circles could allow the matter to run its course. [...] Spotlight GABON 02/06/2015 Looming scandal over uncounted barrels The amount of crude really produced by oil companies has always been a delicate subject in Gabon. With the drop in the oil price cutting into the country's revenue, the Direction Generale des Hydrocarbures (DGH) was recently ordered to conduct [. [...] GABON 05/05/2015 War between Addax and ONEP only just beginning A strike that lasted two weeks will leave a mark on a company where labour-employer relations are strained and reasons for new conflicts are already popping up. [...] GABON 14/04/2015 Addax switches headquarters Addax Petroleum, a troubled affiliate of China’s Sinopec, is expected [...] GABON 14/04/2015 Troubles pile up for Addax Gabonese oil minister Etienne Ngoubou is reportedly on the verge of pressing charges against certain executives of Addax Petroleum in [...] GABON 31/03/2015 Addax ordered to explain role of its middle-man Executives from the Chinese major are currently in Libreville to tell the president why they have been paying a mysterious lobbyist. [...] GABON 17/03/2015 Thomas Assogba, Addax’s hired hand Relations between the Chinese firm Addax Petroleum (part of the Sinopec group) and Gabon’s government have been highly complicated in [...] GABON 03/03/2015 The knives are still out among Addax staffers The Chinese company, dispirited by its poor performances in 2014, is pursuing its probe into dubious recruitments in its Gabonese affiliate. [...] Spotlight CHINA 24/09/2014 Beijing endures backlash in Africa Kidnappings of its nationals in Cameroon, expulsions from Chad, contracts cancelled in Gabon, conflicts with local communities – China has not been having an easy time of it in Africa. While these events are not likely to see Chinese investment [. [...] AFRICA 27/05/2014 Sinopec warned off by Beijing China’s political leadership seem rather reluctant at present to be [...] SPECIAL OFFER 15% OFF your subscription to AfricaIntelligence.com SUBSCRIBE Offer available until 31/07/2020 SPECIAL OFFER 15% OFF your subscription to AfricaIntelligence.com - Region SUBSCRIBE Offer available until 31/07/2020 Previous Next Receive prompts for these topics GABON Addax Petroleum Sinopec State-Owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission Zhang Yi Create a freenotification What is a notification?