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Dawn breaks in Namibia while Europe heads for bunkers

Dawn breaks in Namibia while Europe heads for bunkers With the price of gold, natural gas and oil through the roof, and a looming energy crisis on the horizon, several projects in Namibia are well positioned as Europe heads for the bunkers.                   By Leon Louw, owner and editor of WhyAfrica   As Russian troops […]

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Namibia becomes an attractive proposition for oil and gas exploration

08 July 2021 – Since the first discovery of oil-bearing source rocks about eight years ago, Namibia has become an attractive proposition for oil and gas exploration.  Historically overlooked by independent oil companies (IOCs) and considered something of an oil and gas frontier state, Namibia is establishing itself more prominently on the international oil and

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NAMCOR and ReconAfrica sign Joint Operating Agreement (JOA) to develop the resource potential of the Kavango in Namibia

16 June 2021 – The National Petroleum Corporation of Namibia (NAMCOR) and Canadian company Reconnaissance Energy Africa (ReconAfrica) has signed a Joint Operating Agreement (JOA) to develop the resource potential of the Kavango Sedimentary Basin in Northeast Namibia. According to Scot Evans, CEO of ReconAfrica, the two companies will now jointly pursue an ongoing petroleum

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