Libya’s NOC Chief: Oil production will collapse to lowest level since toppling Gaddafi

23/01/2020 – Libya’s oil output will collapse within days to the lowest level since 2011, said National Oil Corporation’s (NOC) Chairman Mustafa Sanallah as a blockade of its export terminals has forced a rapid shutdown of production and electricity blackouts in parts of the country. Continuer à lire … « Libya’s NOC Chief: Oil production will collapse to lowest level since toppling Gaddafi »

WAPCo reçoit une autorisation de transport intérieur pour la réalisation du pipeline Niger-Bénin

20/01/2020 – Le gouvernement nigérien a signé un projet de décret portant attribution de l’Autorisation de transport intérieur et déclarant d’utilité publique le projet de construction du système de transport des hydrocarbures par canalisation Niger-Bénin. Continuer à lire … « WAPCo reçoit une autorisation de transport intérieur pour la réalisation du pipeline Niger-Bénin »

Sudan: Norwegian Company to Invest in Block 17 in West Kordofan

20/01/2020 – The Minister of Energy and Mining Eng. Adel Ali Ibrahim has welcomed the signing of a memorandum of understanding with the Norwegian NOROIL Company regarding the work in the block (17) in the West Kordofan State, reviewing the priorities of the oil sector that are concerned with increasing production, developing fields and increasing exploration, praising Norway and its role in developing the oil sector. Continuer à lire … « Sudan: Norwegian Company to Invest in Block 17 in West Kordofan »

In Letter to Sisi, Israel’s Rivlin Hails Start of Flow of Natural Gas to Egypt

18/01/2020 – Israeli President Reuven Rivlin sent an official letter to Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi on Wednesday, celebrating the activation of Israel’s natural gas pipeline to Egypt.

The Leviathan undersea natural gas field, located off the northern Israeli port city of Haifa, went online on Wednesday, pumping gas to Egypt as per a mutual agreement and engineering project between Israel and Egypt. Continuer à lire … « In Letter to Sisi, Israel’s Rivlin Hails Start of Flow of Natural Gas to Egypt »

Turkey, Libya may contract international firms to search for hydrocarbons in eastern Med

05/01/2020 – Turkey and Libya could work with international companies to search for oil and gas in the eastern Mediterranean, Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said on Sunday, following a deal between Ankara and the Tripoli-based government on maritime borders.In November, Libya’s internationally recognized government in Tripoli and Turkey clinched a deal on drilling for natural gas, in a step Ankara said aimed to defend its rights in the region.

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Nigeria warns Togo and Niger of power cuts

03/01/2020 – Nigeria has threatened to cut electricity supply to neighbours Togo and Niger over a $16 million debt as the country’s power utilities grapple with capital deficits.

The Managing Director of the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN), Mr Usman Mohammed, said that supply to the two countries had already been restricted. Continuer à lire … « Nigeria warns Togo and Niger of power cuts »

Sound Energy Remains In Talks With Moroccan Government For Gas Sales

02/01/2020 –  Sound Energy PLC said on Thursday it remains in discussions with the Moroccan government for the sale of natural gas production from the Tendrara concession in eastern Morocco. Continuer à lire … « Sound Energy Remains In Talks With Moroccan Government For Gas Sales »