The rise in the oil price and more favourable project economics mean that initiatives all over the continent are on track to close Africa’s refining gap
With Africa’s liquefied natural gas sector being developed, the continent will have the opportunity to position itself as a player in the global market.
Extensive port development around the continent is a powerful indicator of the anticipated upturn across the sector.
As Africa continues to tackle its energy challenges, a range of power projects are providing options for investors.
Africa’s energy-producing capacity is preventing the continent from reaching its full growth potential. Some countries are looking to nuclear for a solution.
Across the continent, energy-efficient technology is allowing businesses to use their electricity wisely.
Unlocking the potential of small-scale, localised power networks could boost economic development across Africa.
Conventions consultant Rick Taylor is excited. Having attended the flagship global event for the Institute of Business Travel Management events portfolio – held in Barcelona in December – he is… Read more