RESEARCH REPORTS

Our research reports are unique and combine several methodologies which provides our clients with an in-depth knowledge of the local area they intend doing business in. We focus on relevant, “on the ground” operational challenges, opportunities, risks and future scenarios.

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20 Jan 2021

Operations at EGP’s Nxuba wind farm underway

20 Janaury 2021 – Operations at EGP’s Nxuba wind farm in the Eastern Cape province of South Africa are underway. EGP’s Nxuba wind farm is expected to generate 460 GWh […]
19 Jan 2021

Gas investors contemplate onshore Senegal.

19 January 2021 – Senegal in is a hotspot for offshore hydrocarbons discoveries since 2014. However, gas investors continue to contemplate onshore gas discoveries in Senegal.   Senegal is the […]
19 Jan 2021

Pan African investment group expands oil and gas portfolio.

19 January 2021 – With the acquisition of 45% of Oil Mining License (OML) 17 in Nigeria from Shell, Total and ENI, Heirs Holdings, the Pan African investment group, continues […]
18 Jan 2021

New energy mix reduces costs at B2Gold’s Fekola

By Luke Witmer, General Manager, Data Science, Wärtsilä Energy Storage and Optimisation 18 January 2021 – In this article we look at how a new energy mix reduces costs at […]

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    Our research reports are unique and combine several methodologies which provides our clients with an in-depth knowledge of the local area they intend doing business in. We focus on relevant, “on the ground” operational challenges, opportunities, risks and future scenarios.

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