Home oil & gas courts and cash GABON 19/06/2018 Reconciling Veolia and Gabonese government With an annual meeting of the Veolia subsidiary Societe d'Energie [...] (132 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? 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 22/05/2020 Private firm Sentinel lands security contract with EU delegation DJIBOUTI UNITED STATES HORN OF AFRICA Diplomacy 19/05/2020 US Air Force beefs drone capacity against al-Shabaab CAMEROON Politics 05/05/2020 Biya's hardliners go after Maurice Kamto's finances Access the free section On the same subject GABON FRANCE 31/10/2018 How Libreville drove Veolia's directors up the wall Expelled from Gabon in February (WAN 777; WAN 785), Veolia [...] Breaking news FRANCE GABON 01/06/2018 SEEG faces high-risk shareholders' meeting at the end of June! Shareholders of former Veolia subsidiary Societe d'Energie et d'Eau du Gabon (SEEG), who are due to vote on June 29 [...] GABON 23/05/2018 Veolia seeks a positive outcome to the SEEG saga The boss of the French firm, Antoine Frerot, is in favour of negotiating with Libreville. Here's why. [...] Spotlight GABON 22/01/2013 Ngoubou plays a high stakes energy game With the big African Cape V oil conference that will draw of the continent’s producers coming up in two months’ time in Libreville, reasons for concern about Gabon’s oil and gas sector headed by Etienne Ngoubou are piling up. [...] Spotlight ALGERIA 22/03/2011 Windfall tax on profits scare oilmen away Oil companies long toed the line to avoid alienating all-powerful Sonatrach but now they're heading for the exits. Rather than handing 50% of their profits to Sonatrach the moment the oil price tops USD 30 per barrel, as a windfall [. [...] Receive prompts for these topics GABON Hannah Tumpel International Centre for Settlement of Investor Disputes International Chamber of Commerce Marie-Andree Ngwe Societe d'Energie et d'Eau du Gabon United World Colleges Create a freenotification What is a notification?