Archive for the ‘Republic of Congo’ Category

Patrice Motsepe To Invests Billions in Congo Mega Phosphate Project

Via The Africa Report, an article on Patrice Motsepe plans to invest billions in a Congo mega phosphate project: Patrick Motsepe, a South African billionaire, met with authorities in Brazzaville, Republic of the Congo, to discuss the launch of his phosphate plant in the west of the Central African nation. Congolese President Denis Sassou Nguesso […]

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Azerbaijan and Congo Agree on Oil & Gas Refinery Projects, Economic Cooperation

Via Modern Diplomacy, an article on Congolese President Denis Sassou-Nguesso’s efforts to engage in game-changing strategy, widening its search for a reliable partner ready to explore it oil reserves: Congolese President Denis Sassou-Nguesso has engaged in game-changing strategy, widening its search for a reliable partner ready to explore it oil reserves, undoubtedly after Russia’s delay in […]

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Congo-Brazzaville: Significant Regional Hydrocarbons Producer

Via Eurasia Review, a report on the Republic of Congo’s energy sector: The Republic of the Congo, or Congo Brazzaville, is a significant regional hydrocarbons producer in sub-Saharan Africa. Most of Congo Brazzaville’s hydrocarbons production is located offshore. Congo Brazzaville holds sizable proved natural gas reserves, but only a small portion of the reserves is […]

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Azerbaijan’s SOCAR, Congo Discuss Oil and Gas Collaboration

Via Energy, Capital & Power, a report on exploratory discussions between Azerbaijan and the Republic of Congo: President of the State Oil Company of Azerbaijan (SOCAR) Rovshan Najaf met with the Presidential Adviser for International Strategy of the Republic of Congo Francoise Joly to discuss potential cooperation in various areas of the oil and gas sector. Najaf and Joly […]

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From Farm to Fuel: Inside Eni’s African Biofuels Gamble

Via Transport and Environment, an in-depth look behind the scenes of Eni’s new green strategy: developing new agricultural production channels from scratch in six African countries to supply its refineries and the emerging ‘green’ aviation market. All against the backdrop of the Meloni Government’s new influence strategy in Africa, the Mattei Plan, which gives pride of […]

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