Home oil & gas corporate strategy SENEGAL Issue dated 14/02/2017 World Bank set to give Dakar $20 million to bargain with Kosmos The World Bank is going to pay up to $20 million for a technical and legal team to assist Dakar in its talks with Kosmos on the Tortue field. [...] (244 words) This article may be accessed by subscribers and e-wallet holders (EUR 6) Log in to read more Already have an account? Log in Keep me logged in Forgot your password? OK Subscribe toAfrica IntelligenceorPay-Per-Article E-wallet starting from 30 EUR Subscribe or Pay-Per-Article Discover our offers Not reader yet?Create an account to access our FREE SECTION A free issue A selection of articles New editions' summaries Keyword notifications to follow people or topics of interest to you A free issue and a selection of free articles Summaries and email notifications Keep me logged in Create a free account Free Articles MOROCCO Business 03/07/2020 ESL & Network lays groundwork for World Bank, IMF gathering in Marrakesh ANGOLA Business 30/06/2020 Lourenço wants to make up for diamond road repair blunder CAMEROON Politics 26/06/2020 Army frustrated over treatment of Israeli-supervised special forces defending Paul Biya's twilight years Access the free section On the same subject Breaking news SENEGAL 25/04/2017 BP buys out Timis on the massive Tortue gas reserve According to our sources, BP, which in February bought half of American firm Kosmos' stake in the giant Tortue gas [...] SENEGAL 14/02/2017 How Timis is trying to play off ExxonMobil against Kosmos The last African issue that ExxonMobil’s CEO, Rex Tillerson, dealt with before his nomination to the post of Secretary of State in the Trump administration on Dec. 12 happened to concern Senegal. [...] MAURITANIA 04/10/2016 Ministry aide Mamadou Kane puts final touches to plans for Banda After the successive withdrawals of Woodside, Petronas and finally Tullow Oil in 2014 (AEI 738), Mamadou Amadou Kane, who coordinates [...] Spotlight MAURITANIA 20/11/2012 A new start for oil industry After switching bosses nine times in the space of seven years, Mauritania’s oil ministry, now headed by Taleb Ould Abdi Vall, is just beginning to reap the dividends of a clearer and less politicized oil policy. [...] Spotlight WEST AFRICA 23/12/2008 Nigerian Gas Not for Everybody After a flurry of delays due to the quality of Nigerian gas, the West African Gas Pipeline (WAGP) to supply Togo, Benin and Ghana was put into service in early December and will be officially inaugurated before the end of [. [...] 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 SENEGAL World Bank Create a freenotification What is a notification?