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East Africa Regional Cooperation in Oil & Gas: Possible Reality?






The history of regional cooperation in East Africa is quite long and fascinating. As early […]

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Africa in a Low Oil Price World






International oil prices have plummeted by almost 50% since its peak of around US$115/bbl in […]

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Africa’s oil and gas potential despite fall in crude prices






Oil and gas is of critical importance to the African economy. In fact, it is […]

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Focus on Oil & Gas: Focus on Africa!






The Global Energy Institute is please to share with you the latest launch of KPMG’s […]

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2015 Sector Report on The Oil and Gas Sector in Africa






Oil and gas is of critical importance to the African economy. In fact, it is […]

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Africa Brief: AngloGold in Djibouti, Zimbabwe gold mine, Africa oil and gas, and more











Anglo Gold Ashanti, the world’s third-biggest gold producer, and its partner, Stratex International, are expected to begin drilling for the metal in Djibouti in September, an energy ministry official has said. The companies, which obtained 10 exploration licences in the Horn of Africa country.

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Africa Brief: Barclays in Egypt, Africa oil and gas, Anglo American, Impala Platinum and more











BARCLAYS plans to add branches in Egypt this year as it seeks to expand in that country after rivals from France sold local units. Barclays Bank Egypt will boost its branch network by 10% this year and is preparing to offer Islamic banking services. Barclays Egypt, which started operations in the mid-1800s when the country was under Otto­man rule, controls about 1.2% of the assets of Egypt’s 39 banks, data show. Barclays Egypt makes up about 0.1% of the British bank’s asset base of £1.63-trillion of assets as of June last year, according to calculations based on financial statements. The bank is not planning to issue debt to fund expansion. It also has no plans to sell shares to the public, as the British lender’s units in Kenya and Botswana have done.

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