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  • Acoustic Data to deploy wireless monitoring solution in North African gas project
    Acoustic Data, global wireless well technology provider, has been awarded a contract by a multinational oilfield services company to deploy its SonicGauge Wireless Monitoring System in a gas field project in North Africa. Acoustic Data’s SonicGauge technology is set to deliver real-time surface-read-out (SRO) of downhole pressure and temperature on post-frac well tests via acoustic… […]
  • Togo to develop PAYG platform to monitor and manage off-grid systems
    To foster clean energy adoption, Togo will develop a Pay-As-You-Go national platform (PayGo) to help its agency for rural electrification and renewable energies (AT2ER) manage off-grid solar systems. In effect, the systems will be connected to the platform, thus enabling concerned authorities to monitor their installation and usage across the country. It should also, according… […]
  • Invictus Energy to begin drilling its first gas wells in Zimbabwe in 2021
    After a long exploration campaign and results that place its Zimbabwean gas license among the most prolific in Africa, Invictus plans to move on to drilling next year. If successful, the works will enable the country to achieve self-sufficiency in gas. Australian firm Invictus Energy has said it plans to launch a drilling program on… […]
  • West African Gas Pipeline Authority seeks new Director-General
    Afrique Conseil, the consulting firm based in the Republic of Benin has launched a a vacancy announcement for candidates to recruit a new director-general to head the West African Gas Pipeline Authority (WAGPA). The WAGPA is the regulator of the West African Gas Pipeline (WAGP) built and operated by WAPco. Eligible candidates must be nationals… […]
  • SA’s Eskom to buy 6.8GW of clean energy from IPPs from 2022 onwards
    The South African government has just validated a plan to add 11.8 GW to the network of the state-owned company Eskom. In this package, 6.8 GW will be produced via renewable sources from 2022 onwards. The government will rely on Independent Power Producers (IPPs) to implement its plan. At a time when the public company… […]