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African Upstream Activity Trending Higher in 2023: What’s Driving the Increase?

By NJ Ayuk, Executive Chairman, African Energy Chamber   The report says investment in African upstream activities will wrap up 2022 at about $33 billion, then grow as much as $15 billion more over the period 2023-2025 compared to year-end 2021 estimates When TotalEnergies and Shell separately announced “significant” discoveries …

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Marine Phosphate Mining sage still rages on

THE Confederation of Namibian Fishing Associations (CNFA) reiterated its opposition to marine phosphate mining in Namibian waters, asserting that Namibia’s valuable fishing industry cannot be used as a ‘case study’ to see if such mining is harmful or not. CNFA chairman Matti Amukwa told fisheries minister Derek Klazen, at an …

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EU’s pursuit of alternative energy sources lands in Namibia

Ahead of COP27, Namibian and European Union officials say they have reached an agreement for Namibia to export rare earth materials to the EU. According to Erasmus Shivolo, commissioner of mines at Namibia’s Ministry of Mines and Energy, the EU is interested in developing the mining of minerals like lithium, …

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