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Eni Ghana to utilise Maersk drillship for offshore exploration

maerskvoyagerThe Maersk Voyager features dual derrick, large subsea work areas, advanced positioning control system and multi machine control. (Image source: Maersk Drilling)Danish rig operator Maersk Drilling has been awarded a US$545mn contract by Eni Ghana Exploration and Production Ltd to use its new drillship Maersk Voyager for offshore exploration

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COPL and Shoreline Energy International Limited to explore assets offshore Africa

offshorenamibia-cclark395-flickrShoreCan is evaluating assets in Namibia, Tanzania, Nigeria, Ghana and Mozambique. (Image source: Cclark395/Flickr) Canadian Overseas Petroleum Limited (COPL) has entered a joint venture partnership with Shoreline Energy International Limited to diversify exploration prospects across sub-Saharan Africa

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Algeria’s Sonatrach discovers three oil fields in 2015

SSonatrach discoveriesAlgeria is the leading producer of natural gas in Africa, with reserves estimated to be the third-highest in the world. (Image source: Sonatrach)tate-owned Algerian oil company Sonatrach has discovered one new gas and two new oil fields since the start of 2015, it was revealed last week

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Eni signs two energy deals with Congo-Brazzaville

EinEni is one of the biggest foreign oil majors in Africa. (Image source: Eni)Italian oil and gas company Eni has signed two new agreements with Congo-Brazzaville in a bid to boost the energy development and local growth of the country

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OPEC considering emergency meeting

Diezani Alison-MaduekeOPEC President Diezani Alison-Madueke said OPEC’s non-Gulf members are feeling “very uncomfortable”. (Image source: World Economic Forum/ Flickr)Nigerian oil minister Diezani Alison-Madueke has hinted at discontent amongst OPEC’s African members this week, and suggested that there have been discussions about holding an emergency meeting if prices continue to fall

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