Tagged in: October 2015


East Africa targets gas giant future

After some disappointing delays, Mozambique and Tanzania are finally making some progress on developing liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects.…

Nigerian oil: cutting out the middlemen

Follow a barrel of Nigerian crude from its origins in the southeastern Niger Delta to the international petrol pump, and there’s a strong chance you will end up in some unexpected places.

Algeria to spend its way out of trouble

Algerian state-owned firm Sonatrach has pledged huge investment in order to reverse falling revenue in what is Africa’s biggest gas producer and third-biggest oil producer.

Nigeria’s economy: a tough road ahead

When Nigeria’s new President, Muhammadu Buhari assumed office on 29th May  of this year, it was amid a torrent of concern over the economy’s prospects.

Biogas backpacks: the future of African energy?

woman walking with a nearly 2-metre-wide, pillow-shaped inflatable blue bag on her back tends to get the locals looking in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa, followed by the obvious question: What on earth is that?…

Buhari: Baba Go Slow or Baba Deep Clean?

Nigerian president Muhammadu Buhari’s All Progressives Congress (APC) won historic elections in March and April this year with a simple message of change.…