Shifting Focus to Africa
On the heels of Erinys, Triple Canopy and Armorgroup, Aegis [...]
After working for a breakthrough for a full year, the Russian trading concern Gunvor has finally found itself on the list of companies authorized to lift cargoes of Nigerian crude.
After debuting in Nigeria, the German gas giant E.ON Ruhrgas has found a foothold in Equatorial Guinea as well. It will be involved in building a second train at EG LNG.
After long months of uncertainty, Nigeria’s offshore has become the theatre of a struggle between the government that wants to increase the revenue it earns from the sector, majors which are anxious to reduce their exposure without depriving themselves of [.
The Nigeria National Petroleum Corp is expected in a few weeks' time to announce the name of the bank that [...]
RoyalDutch/Shell’s rather theatrical announcement that it was pulling out of the Niger Delta onshore has stirred keen interest among gas operators.
Two new companies are positioning themselves on acreage on the banks of Congolese lakes.