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Pan African Energy’s Strategies to Mitigate Operational Impacts Of the COVID-19 virus

  Pan African Energy Tanzania Limited (PAET), through its affiliates a Canadian based company Orca exploration, announced that it has taken several steps to limit the impact of the COVID-19 virus on its operations in Tanzania and the health of its employees. In its latest operational updates, the company says that to reduce the operational impact […]

Air Products To Provide Equipment to Mozambique LNG Project

Air Products  has signed a deal to offer its patented liquefied natural gas (LNG) technology, equipment and associated process licensing and advisory services   for the Total-operated Mozambique LNG export plant, it said in a statement on March 12. The Pennsylvania-based firm received a contract for the work from a joint venture between Italy’s Saipem, the US’ McDermott […]

Oil and Gas Training For Students

“The global oil volatility has exerted the pressure within the universities to continuously supply top talents in the upstream and downstream business, to solve forever sophisticated problems faced in the industry.” Says Dr. Abdul Halim Abdu Latiff, head of Center for Subsurface Imaging (CSI) at the University Technology Petronas (UTP) in Malaysia. Furthermore, industrial revolution […]

Oil and Gas Exploration Updates in Somalia: Shell, ExxonMobil Return to Somalia

  Somalia has agreed on an initial roadmap with a joint venture between ExxonMobil and Shell on offshore exploration and development, the country’s petroleum ministry said on March 2. Exxon and Shell held rights to five offshore blocks prior to the overthrow of former dictator Mohamed Siad Barre in 1991, but these concessions were subsequently suspended. The […]

Oil and Gas Potential In Mozambique

  Exploration success has raised Mozambique’s profile as an emerging leader in LNG. According to Wood Mackenzie, the country is expected to become the largest gas producer in sub-Saharan Africa and the fourth largest in the world by the mid-2020 with a total liquefication capacity of approximately 30 metric tonnes per annum (mtpa) once LNG facilities […]

Using Africa’s Substantial Gas to Meet Ever-Growing Need For Power

The Annual Sub-Sahara Africa upstream oil and gas summit and exhibition will be held on 14th to 18th, 2020 at  Park Inn by Radisson, Kigali, Rwanda, with a full four-day program that aims to bring you the best of Sub-Saharan Africa’s upstream oil and gas sector to discuss the potential and challenges the industry faces.   […]

The Foreseeable Future Of Tanzania’s Oil and Gas Exploration

Tanzania has a rich oil and gas exploration history with substantial natural gas discoveries totaling over 57 trillion cubic feet. But the recent low oil price creates uncertainty for the foreseeable future of the oil and gas exploration. Fast Returning  Of Tanzania’s Oil and Gas Exploration As oil price recovers gradually after a major slump, signs […]

An Imbalance of Employment Opportunities in Oil & Gas

The poor balance among experienced workers, young professionals and executive managers in the oil and gas workplace, creates an urgent need to develop young professionals. An Imbalance of Employment Opportunities In The Oil and Gas Industry. The lack of balance between experienced workers, young professionals and executive managers in the oil and gas workplace, creates […]

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