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MAX & Kofa Partner for TAILG Jidi Electric Motorcycle Financing in Ghana

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MAX has over fourteen branches across Nigeria, Cameroon, and Ghana. Lagos-headquartered MAX describes itself as a technology-enabled company driven by a vision to solve mobility challenges in Africa. It says its work helps to democratise access to vehicle ownership and empower mobility entrepreneurs with financial support services.

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Small Glimmers Of Hope As Climate Changes Exacerbate Violence

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The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has established a causal link between climate change and the rise in armed conflicts in sub-Saharan African countries: Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Chad, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Somalia, and Sudan. This region has become the global epicenter of violent extremist activity. “On the […]

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UTM Offshore signs FEED agreement for Nigeria’s first floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) facility

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The penetration of FNLG in Africa, which started in Cameroon and expanded to Angola and Mozambique and now to Senegal, Mauritania and Nigeria, highlights Africa’s commitment to unlocking the full exploitation of its gas resources. UTM Offshore’s signing of the deal will be a game changer within Africa’s gas market.

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An Undersea Cable Could Fill In the Gaps on Fiber-Optic Maps

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And on the other side, there’s cables linking Cameroon and Angola with the cable hub that is Fortaleza in Brazil. There’s also the South Africa Far East cable, running from Cape Town east across the ocean floor to India and Malaysia, but it’s two decades old.

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GE study finds 5% of worlds natural gas production wasted per year by flaring

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Elsewhere in West Africa, Angola, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Congo and Cameroon collectively waste about 10 billion cubic meters of natural gas every year. Successful capture and flare gas utilization could potentially triple per capita electricity consumption for this nation of 155 million people.

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UK wants to ban 100% ICE power by 2030

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release on record took place in 1986 at Lake Nyos , which is a lake naturally saturated with carbon dioxide, in Cameroon. There is also the problem of leakage, from the wells, but more so from pipelines that transport the emissions. The most extreme sudden CO? It suffocated 1,746 people within 25 kilometres of the lake.

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Equatorial Guinea, DRC to develop joint oil refinery and storage facilities

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This MoU, coupled with previous agreements signed with Cameroon and Nigeria, support our national mandate to facilitate the production and trade of African petroleum products and create value-added industries. —Equatorial Guinea’s Minister Gabriel Mbaga Obiang Lima.