Oil Review Africa weekly digest - 30th October - 3rd November

pixabay jp26jp for ORA 307(Image source: pixabay/jp26jp)Here is a brief overview of the week’s news on Oil Review Africa, from 30th October - 3rd November 2017

Steering committee announced for WAIPEC 2018, hosted by Nigeria 

The steering committee has been announced for the 2nd West African International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (WAIPEC) 2018, representing a cross section of key senior business leaders and stakeholders from across Nigeria’s oil and gas sector. Click here to read the full story.   

Caterpillar introduces new gas engine for higher fuel efficiency 

Texas-based Caterpillar Oil and Gas has announced its new Cat G3516 TA gas engine, aiming to provide high fuel efficiency and low emission output for the customers. Click here to read the full story.   

PwC: Africa’s oil and gas industry needs to ‘learn to leapfrog’ 

PwC’s Africa oil and gas review, 2017 analyses what has happened in the last 12 months in the oil and gas industry within the major and emerging markets. Click here to read the full story.   

World gas production increased by 0.7 per cent: Eni 

In 2016, world gas reserves were increased by 0.9 per cent, driven by the US, Nigeria and Iraq, and world gas production was increased by 0.7 per cent, driven mainly by new Australian LNG plants, according to Eni’s second volume of the world oil and gas review. Click here to read the full story.   

Investment in infrastructure needed to support African oil and gas development 

Infrastructure investment of US$150bn over the next eight years is required for Africa to meet energy demands, according to Steve Lowden, chairman, NewAge. Click here to read the full story.   

How two petrochemicals plants improved levels and flow measurement with Magnetrol 

Managing petrochemical plants requires monitoring a variety of complex processes. Click here to read the full story.  

Employment report shows a return of confidence in the oil and gas market 

After a tough four years, new research by recruiter NES Global Talent and oilandgasjobsearch.com shows that for the first time since 2014, the oil and gas industry expects more new jobs to be created than lost over the next 12 months. Click here to read the full story.  

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