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The lifetime of Angola’s oil reserves has been estimated at 50 years, following the start of exploration of the pre-salt layer.

Uganda cannot rely on oil wealth to make it a first-world country.

Thursday, 22 November 2012 13:01

SANEA Energy Awards 2012

The SANEA Energy Awards 2012 took place on 28 September 2012 at a prestigious awards ceremony and banquet hosted by Brian A Statham, chairman of the South African National Energy Association (SANEA). This gala event reflected the significance of both the awards and the recipients.

The BASF subsidiary Wintershall and Statoil agreed on an asset swap.

Shell still pining after East African gas reserves

The Department of Environmental Affairs recently announced that its National Environmental: Integrated Coastal Management Act (Act No 24 of 2008), also known as the ICM Act, has been shortlisted for the prestigious 2012 World Future Policy Award.

Visionary innovators and industry leaders united for Frost & Sullivan’s second annual growth, innovation and leadership (GIL) event, which was held on 23 August at the Table Bay Hotel in Cape Town. Attendees shared best practices, engaged in discussions around new trends reshaping the future of business and inspired new ideas for rethinking and strengthening company growth strategies.

Only a handful of local carbon consultants have more than five years’ experience in climate change and carbon management. Carbon consultants enter the market either from an environmental auditing, energy-efficiency or sustainability business background. This is one of the challenges that businesses face in making use of carbon consultants to calculate their carbon footprint.

Hatch is an employee-owned, multidisciplinary professional services firm that delivers a comprehensive array of technical and strategic services, including consulting, information technology, engineering, process development, and project and construction management to the mining, metallurgical, energy and infrastructure sectors.

Dong Energy recently signed an agreement to sell 50% of the German offshore wind Borkum Riffgrund 1 to the Lego Group’s parent company, Kirkbi A/S and the Oticon Foundation, via its investment company, William Demant Invest A/S, for a total sum of DKK 4,7-billion.

GIL Africa 2017

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