Fotech and C3SS sign MOU to target key African markets

Fotech and CS33 launch technology partnership

Fotech, a bp launch pad company and pioneer in fibre-enabled distributed acoustic sensing (DAS) technology, has signed a non-exclusive MOU with C3SS, a South Africa-based perimeter and infrastructure security company, to target specific African markets

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International SOS to provide medical support to oil and gas workers in Namibia

Int SOS on Namibian mining

On the back of the global commodities super cycle, end to COVID restrictions, and renewed focus from the Namibian government on the mining and energy sectors, International SOS is gearing up for a period of resurgent growth in the region

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Chariot joins hands with Total Eren on a green hydrogen project in Mauritania

Green hydrogen 7 sept ChariotThe Consortium' composed of Chariot, the Africa focused transitional energy company and Total Eren, a leading renewable energy Independent Power Producer (IPP) based in Paris, has announced that it will launch feasibility studies in order to co-develop the 'Nour Project', a large-scale green hydrogen project to be located in Mauritania

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Saipem wins Angola EPC contracts

AdobeStock 110770732Saipem has been awarded three new EPC contracts (one onshore and two offshore) for the Quiluma & Maboqueiro fields development project off the northwest coast of Angola

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TotalEnergies announces several multi-energy initiatives in Angola

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As part of the rollout of its multi-energy strategy in Angola, TotalEnergies announced the launch of the Begonia oil field, and Quiluma and Maboqueiro gas fields developments, as well as its first photovoltaic project in the country, with a capacity of 35 MWp and the possibility of adding 45 MWp in a second phase

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