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S.Africa

S.Africa
2020, July, 9, 15:45:00
TOTAL FOR MOZAMBIQUE LNG $15.8 BLN
The project, Mozambique LNG, is one of several being developed in the country’s extreme north following one of the largest gas finds in a decade off its coast.
S.Africa
2020, June, 23, 14:15:00
MOZAMBIQUE LNG GUARANTEE $2 BLN
The government of Mozambique has offered a US$2.25bn state guarantee to the US$20bn Mozambique LNG project
S.Africa
2020, June, 16, 13:35:00
SOUTH AFRICA'S NUCLEAR CONSULTATIONS
South African Nuclear Power Programme may comprise a blend of baseload power combining both conventional PWR and SMR technologies to a total of 2500 MW
S.Africa
2020, June, 16, 13:15:00
SOUTH AFRICA'S OIL COMPANY
The government of South Africa has approved the merger of three oil and gas subsidiaries of the state-owned Central Energy Fund (CEF) into a National Oil Company.
S.Africa
2020, May, 19, 11:35:00
SOUTH AFRICA'S NUCLEAR DEVELOPMENT
"It is a fact that nuclear power plants require large upfront investments, compared to other sources of energy,"
S.Africa
2020, April, 28, 14:04:00
Join the 3rd Annual POWER WEEK AFRICA in Johannesburg, South Africa
Specially designed for the African electric power & energy industry, POWER WEEK AFRICA (14 – 18 September 2020 in Johannesburg, South Africa) is the 3rd annual international conference & summit delivering a unique experience for each day of the event.
S.Africa
2020, April, 9, 11:35:00
SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA RECESSION 2020
Growth in Sub-Saharan Africa has been significantly impacted by the ongoing coronavirus outbreak and is forecast to fall sharply from 2.4% in 2019 to -2.1 to -5.1% in 2020, the first recession in the region over the past 25 years,
S.Africa
2020, March, 16, 10:20:00
AFRICA HOPES FOR GAS
Africa hopes to exploit its 509.6 Tft3 of proven natural gas reserves, which amount to nearly 7.3% of global total reserves of 6,951.8 Tft3.
S.Africa
2020, February, 21, 15:20:00
ENI FIND ANGOLA'S OIL
Eni upped its resource estimate at its Angolan offshore field Agogo by over 40%
S.Africa
2020, February, 10, 10:05:00
ANGOLA NEED EXPLORATION
Angola's crude output has fallen from a peak of 1.9 million b/d in 2010 to 1.4 million b/d currently
S.Africa
2020, February, 5, 10:25:00
SOUTH AFRICA'S OIL & GAS RULES
The question is whether the terms are attractive enough when nations are competing increasingly aggressively for investment from international oil companies (IOCs) and the potential demand destruction from the energy transition looms over the coming decades. The attractiveness of South Africa’s terms will have ramifications far beyond its borders.
S.Africa
2020, January, 22, 12:30:00
NO COAL FOR AFRICA
The UK will no longer fund coal projects overseas, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced today during his opening address at the UK-Africa Investment Summit in London. Instead, the government will "turbo-charge" its support for low-carbon energy sources, he said, noting that the UK has cut its CO2 emissions by 42% from the 1990 level. The country is the host of the next round of UN climate talks - COP26 - in November.
S.Africa
2019, December, 20, 10:10:00
S.AFRICA NEED COAL
“South Africa is a major producer of coal,” Mantashe added. “Entire towns and settlements exist around coal mining areas, and as such, our focus must be on how to mitigate the impact of coal sector downscaling.”
S.Africa
2019, December, 4, 12:20:00
RUSSIA'S NUCLEAR FOR AFRICA
“Rosatom [the Russian nuclear company] is prepared to help our African partners in creating a nuclear industry,” Putin said, with “the construction of research centers based on multifunctional reactors.”
S.Africa
2019, November, 20, 12:00:00
DRAMATICALLY IMPORTANT: NUCLEAR POWER
"We need to replace 70-90% of carbon resources of energy by 2050 in order to avoid overheating the Earth," he said, adding that two-thirds of the world's population still relies on biomass. An alarming projection, he said, is that by 2050 African nations will be consuming as much energy per capita as they do now, but their population will have doubled to 1.4 billion. "This will have dramatic implications for healthcare, employment and migration in the future," he said. "Only nuclear power can stop this migration by helping to develop the region."