Oil Review Africa weekly digest - 10th - 14th July

pixabay jp26jp for ORA 307(Image source: Pixabay/jp26jp)Here is a brief overview of the week’s news on Oil Review Africa, from 10th - 14th July 2017

PLAN signs MoU with Energy & Corporate Africa to organise NIPITECS 2017 conference in Nigeria

Pipeline Professionals Association of Nigeria (PLAN) has partnered with Energy & Corporate Africa to organise Nigeria International Pipeline Technology and Security Conference (NIPITECS 2017) on 13 -14 September 2017, at Nicon Luxury Abuja in Nigeria. Click here to read the full story.

Sand control technology to boost well life

A new sand control technology has been introduced to the market by Tendeka. Click here to read the full story.

Cairn Energy discovers oil in Senegal drill test

Cairn Energy PLC announced that it discovered oil at the deep portion of FAN South-1 well basin in the South Fan prospect offshore Senegal, and said that further work will be undertaken to establish the potential commerciality of the deep water resources. Click here to read the full story.

VisualSoft system to be installed in the cable-laying vessel in Scotland

Forum Energy Technologies (FET), an international oilfield products company, has entered into a partnership with iSURVEY group, to supply its latest VisualSoft vessel installation system on the NKT Victoria, which is the world’s most advanced cable laying support vessel. Click here to read the full story.

Parallels with Latin America for African oil and gas industry at International Gas Union event

A roundtable event organised by Energynet brought together representatives from the African and Latin American energy industry and International Gas Union (IGU). Click here to read the full story.

Nigeria to adopt new technology for oil and gas industry

The US government unveiled an innovative technology Synergy and Aruba for Nigerian oil and gas industry, pledging an unalloyed support for the country’s digital transformation in the energy sector. Click here to read the full story.

Liberia announces drop in petrol prices

Liberia announced a reduction in the prices of gasoline and diesel fuel, noting that the retail pump price for a gallon of gasoline dropped from US$3.14 to US$3.05 and the same for a gallon of diesel declined from US$3.11 to US$3.01, with effect from 5 July 2017. Click here to read the full story.

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