The Ghana Energy Summit 2011 will be examining the future strategy, developments and outlook for the Oil & Gas sectors in Ghana. Featuring a Conference, Exhibition, ‘Ghana Networking Party’ and One-on-One Meetings; the Ghana Energy Summit 2011 is a must-attend event for the international Oil & Gas sector. This summit provides a thorough analysis of […]
Hydropower Africa 2011 is the largest hydropower event of its kind in Africa boasting over 450 visitors from across the globe. It looks at planned projects and tender prospects for hydropower development in Africa and innovative funding solutions for projects – big and small. Refurbishment and modernisation updates of major hydropower facilities as well as […]
Solar Energy Africa is a niche convention forum that will address challenges related to Africa’s solar energy sector and look at opportunities and growth potential for sustainable solar energy provision in Africa.
Marelli Motori says the time and energy it has invested in the African market in the last few years is starting to pay off. The global Italian generator giant’s regional manager for Africa, Dean Pratt: “During the past three years we have invested a lot of time and energy in growing the Marelli […]
Pristine coral pink beaches, World Class deep sea fishing, salt water fly fishing, scuba diving and snorkeling, in a place which has no roads, no shops, no typical “touristy” attractions… Sounds incredibly tempting huh ? Bazaruto Island, part of the Bazaruto Archipelago of Mozambique, is located off Mozambique on the east coast of Africa, and […]
China Guangdong Nuclear Power Group Co., a Chinese state-owned nuclear power company, interested in acquiring a stake in one of the world’s largest uranium projects, has made a £756m offer for a takeover of Kalahari Minerals Plc. With oil prices surging, China has been scrambling to secure alternative, and increasingly scarce, sources of energy. Husab, […]
They stood strong, survived and even thrived through the global financial crisis. Now, having set a record high of $44 billion worth of mergers and acquisitions across Sub-Saharan Africa for 2010, companies from these emerging market countries promise even better prospects for 2011. Currently, the population of Africa stands at over a billion. Estimates expect […]