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Oil & Gas

Oil & Gas

The Council for Geoscience launches the Karoo Deep Drilling research project

The research’s special focus is aimed at assessing the potential environmental impacts that could be brought about by shale gas development in the Karoo.

First speaker line-up of AOW Virtual revealed

Kosmos Energy, Oando, TGS and more revealed in the first speaker line-up of AOW Virtual – Africa Oil Week’s online conference aimed at reigniting the African upstream.

Africa Oil Week Virtual – reigniting the African upstream

AOW Virtual is kickstarting the African upstream following the global downtime with an unmissable two-day online conference, 7 - 8 October 2020.

Gas finds off the coast of Mozambique could be significant

The gas finds could be a game changer for the oil and gas sector in Mpumalanga.

LPGSA rebrands and continues the promotion of safe and compliant LPG usage

The name change, announced on 20 July, reflects a strategic shift to broaden LPGSA’s mandate

A ‘perfect storm’ for mergers and acquisitions in the oil and gas industry?

Negotiating African oil and M&A deals in these times of low oil and gas prices, currency fluctuations, Covid-19, increased nationalism and added focus on ESG, is no easy task. Here are some considerations from Rebecca Major that may be top of mind in the current circumstances.

Phindile Masangane appointed as new CEO for Petroleum Agency South Africa

Dr. Phindile Masangane is the newly appointed Chief Executive Officer of the South African upstream oil and gas regulatory authority, Petroleum Agency South Africa (PASA).

AOW 2020 rescheduled to 1-5 February 2021

After discussion with our partners in South Africa and key stakeholders in the oil and gas community, we have made a collective decision to reschedule Africa Oil Week 2020 to 1-5 February 2021.

Bulk fuel storage and distribution facility seeks funding for project preparation

The new facility will be located near the mining town of Postmasburg in the Northern Cape, South Africa. The project currently needs R6-million to determine the project's bankability

About Richards Bay Industrial Development Zone (RBIDZ)

The RBIDZ is a Special Economic Zone that aims to encourage international competitiveness through world-class infrastructure as well as tax, VAT and duty-free incentives to qualifying investors.

Investment Projects

Shongweni Game Reserve in KwaZulu-Natal seeks investment partners

Competitive advantages have been identified to enhance the tourism and recreational offering of the game reserve and the area around the Shongweni dam.

Automotive sector opportunities in new industrial park

The KZN Automotive Supplier Park project is aimed at centralising production, assembly, sequencing and warehousing facilities that are within close proximity to the OEMs such as Toyota South Africa

Move your logistics operation to the nexus of Africa’s trade routes

Exceptional opportunities for organisations operating in supply chain management, warehousing, distribution via road, rail, air & maritime logistics platforms.

Business Opportunities

Sulphuric acid off-take opportunity in the Namakwa SEZ

The planned zinc smelter in the Northern Cape will produce pure sulphuric acid as a by-product, providing a greenfield opportunity for the establishment of the complete value chain

Office and industrial space available in central South African province

There are opportunities to rent factory space at Free State Development Corporation properties in Botshabelo, Phuthaditjhaba and Industriqwa.

Take a virtual tour of the Richards Bay IDZ Special Economic Zone

Linked to the international deep-water port of Richards Bay, this SEZ is purpose-built and tailored for the manufacturing of goods and production of services to boost beneficiation. The secure industrial estate is situated on the north-eastern coast of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
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