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.
Deep-water port development comprising two berths: one dry bulk export berth and one break bulk berth, supported by a 550 km railway line, bulk services and associated social infrastructure.
Bidvest Tank Terminals has constructed the R1-billion storage facility for Petredec, which trades, transports and distributes LPG and other commodities.
While long-standing stalwarts like the mohair sector and the automotive industry continue to thrive, the province’s two Special Economic Zones hold the key to expanding and diversifying the Eastern Cape’s economy.
Oil demand is normally correlated with the global economic cycle but is now fraught with uncertainties thrown up by an entirely new set of factors.
There has been a ray of hope: a landmark production-cut agreement among OPEC, OPEC+ and G20 stakeholders on April 12 put an end to the oil price war.
Africa Oil Week releases “Perspectives on local content development in Sub-Saharan Africa from across...
Africa Oil Week is proud to announce the launch of its latest eBook, dedicated to frank discussions around the challenges and opportunities that arise in the design and implementation of local content in Sub-Saharan Africa.
What do the current crises mean for the continent's oil and gas sector?
The City of Cape Town is mobilising resources to limit the impact and are exploring ways of how best to support you during this time.
What future energy stories are currently making waves in the country?