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Fuel retailers see Petro.t.ex Africa as a vital conduit into Africa

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THE SOUTH AFRICAN Petroleum Retailers Association (SAPRA) has endorsed Petro.t.ex Africa to support the launch of Forecourt Africa, a component show of the Petro.t.ex Africa exhibition. Petro.t.ex Africa takes place from 7 to 9 June 2011 at Gallagher Convention Centre in Midrand, Johannesburg.

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Infrastructure key to bridging Africa's giant oil product gap

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EVEN IF A number of new African refinery projects and upgrades materialise, they will fail to halt the rapidly growing gap between refinery output and demand for clean products, according to international oil industry consultancy CITAC Africa LLP, which specialises in the African market.

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Ghana plans 13 additional oil shipments By Aug. 1, GNPC say

GHANA WILL SHIP 13 additional cargoes of crude from its offshore Jubilee field by August 1, according to a loading schedule released by the state-owned Ghana National Petroleum Corp.

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Plugging the gap for indigenous oil & gas companies in Nigeria

THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT of Nigeria is focused on growing into one of the top 20 economies in the world by 2020. It also recognises the role that the Oil & Gas industry has played in growing its GDP in the past and the importance it will play in achieving its vision for the future.

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Afren profits up on Ebok start

Africa-focused oil and gas company Afren's profit missed analyst expectations due to lower output as the company said oil production from its Ebok field in Nigeria started in February after months of delays.

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