• Heat wave

    Heat wave

    Thanks to technological advances, LPG is rapidly becoming the continent’s new go-to domestic energy source

    Sea change

    Sea change

    The offshore oil and gas industry is looking forward to an uptick in business, which is good news for projects up and down Africa’s west coast

    In the pipeline

    In the pipeline

    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.

    Ship to shore

    Ship to shore

    Extensive port development around the continent is a powerful indicator of the anticipated upturn across the sector.

    Power of the collective

    Power of the collective

    While renewables have gathered significant momentum, fossil fuels remain a highly viable option for resource-rich African nations.

    Licensing authority

    Licensing authority

    Petroleum Agency South Africa plays an important role in regulating the country’s oil and gas sector, particularly in light of its potential to help economic growth, says acting CEO Lindiwe Mekwe.

    Fuel injection

    Fuel injection

    Countries across the continent need to focus on building their refinery infrastructure to keep pace with Africa’s ever-growing demand.

    Stepping on the gas

    Stepping on the gas

    The continent is turning to the potential of LNG for generation to meet its growing demand for power.

    Sea changes

    Sea changes

    A latent bonanza awaits in the shipping industry when the oil price rises and West African production becomes profitable once again.

    Digging deeper

    Digging deeper

    Oil and gas companies operating in Africa must figure out how to create the most meaningful social impact while minimising their environmental footprint and maximising shareholder profits.