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th March 2019
 Nigeria to attract US$48bn oil and gas capex in upcoming projects Nigeria to attract US$48bn oil and gas capex in upcoming projects

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has announced plans to attract around US$48bn investment opportunities in the upcoming projects within the West African nation's oil and gas industry

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 Uganda minister meets AGRC on Hoima refinery configuration Uganda minister meets AGRC on Hoima refinery configuration

The government of Uganda and Uganda National Oil Company signed a project framework agreement (PFA) to develop a 60,000 bpd refinery in Kabaale, Hoima District

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 Efficiently track flange inspections and repairs with Brady solutions SPONSORED Efficiently track flange inspections and repairs with Brady solutions

Brady's highly visible and reliable Flange tag with tearable components enables users to easily and efficiently track various stages of shutdowns, flange Inspections, leak testing and repairs

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 Focus on East Africa’s energy potential at RECS: East summit in March Focus on East Africa's energy potential at RECS: East summit in March

The third Regional Energy Co-operation Summit (RECS): East will be held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia from 27-29 March 2019, co-located with the Africa Energy Forum: Off the Grid, highlighting solutions for the future of energy in Africa

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 OWI WA 2019 – The West African Offshore Well Intervention Conference SPONSORED OWI WA 2019 - The West African Offshore Well Intervention Conference

The West African Offshore Well Intervention Conference (OWI WA 2019) is returning for it's second year to Ghana, Accra on June 4-5 2019

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 Poly-GCL to develop natural gas pipeline between Ethiopia and Djibouti Poly-GCL to develop natural gas pipeline between Ethiopia and Djibouti

Poly-GCL Petroleum Group Holdings Limited, Chinese oil and gas company, will construct a 767-kilometre natural gas pipeline between Ethiopia and Djibouti

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 ABB and BP celebrate global MEC frame agreement ABB and BP celebrate global MEC frame agreement

BP has appointed ABB as one of its global main electrical contractors (MEC) for the provision of engineering, procurement and construction of electrical equipment for BP upstream major capital projects

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 MODEC wins FPSO contract for SNE field offshore Senegal MODEC wins FPSO contract for SNE field offshore Senegal

MODEC, a supplier and operator of offshore floating platforms, has announced that its subsidiary MODEC International has been awarded a contract for the first floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) vessels in Senegal

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 Eco continues exploration in Namibia Eco continues exploration in Namibia

Eco (Atlantic) Oil & Gas Ltd, an oil exploration-focused company with licences in offshore Guyana and Namibia, has been granted a one-year extension to the first renewal exploration period on all of its Namibia Licenses to March 2019 by the Namibian Ministry of Mines and Energy

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 South Afrca’s natural gas capacity set to increase to 11,930MW by 2030 South Afrca's natural gas capacity set to increase to 11,930MW by 2030

South Africa's natural gas constitutes more than 3.2 per cent of the nation's primary energy supply, according to an analysis by ResearchAndMarkets

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 BP awards a large EPCIC contract to TechnipFMC BP awards a large EPCIC contract to TechnipFMC

TechnipFMC has been awarded a contract by BP for the engineering, procurement, construction, installation and commissioning (EPCIC) of the floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) unit to be deployed offshore on the maritime border of Mauritania and Senegal

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 Focus on Africa's upstream oil and gas sector in London conference Focus on Africa's upstream oil and gas sector in London conference

Africa E&P Summit will be held in London from 22-23 May 2019, highlighting the continent's fast-changing exploration activities and Africa's oil and gas sector

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Cyber-attacks: the new threat to pipeline security Cyber-attacks: the new threat to pipeline security

A report has found that the market for pipeline security solutions is growing, in particular solutions which meet the challenge of preventing cyber-attacks. The full article has been published in the latest issue of Oil Review Africa

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The evolution of digital twins in subsea operations The evolution of digital twins in subsea operations

Alan Whooley, subsea manager, Wood, assesses the potential for the use of digital twins in subsea applications. The full article has been published in the latest issue of Oil Review Middle East

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 Microsoft opens first data centre in Africa Microsoft opens first data centre in Africa

Microsoft has opened its first data centre in Africa, with the general availability of Azure from the new cloud regions in Cape Town and Johannesburg, South Africa

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