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South Sudan, Sudan Talks ‘Deadlocked’

Border security talks between Sudan and South Sudan are deadlocked, the top southern negotiator said on Tuesday, raising the prospect of an impasse that could prolong a shutdown of oil exports and push both economies closer to collapse.

West African Gas Pipeline Misses Target Due To Vandalism

The West African Gas Pipeline Company (WAGPCo), operator of the West African Gas Pipeline (WAGP), will not be able to achieve its profit projection for 2012...

Chinese Company Begins Ghana’s Gas Processing Project

Ghana is to begin its National Gas Processing Project in the Western Region this month, with an initial production estimate of 150 million metric...

The Top 5 Oil Producing Economies In Africa

Oil discoveries in Uganda and Kenya in recent years have raised hopes that East Africa can follow the lead of several other African nations...

U.S. Envoy Urges South Sudan to Get Oil Flowing

Early this year, South Sudan shut down its oil production following a dispute with neighboring Sudan over pipeline charges. Prior to the shutdown, South...

Nairobi to Get More Hotel Properties

The supply of upscale hotel rooms in Nairobi is set to increase as local and global hotel properties plan to enter the market between...

Massive Gas Find Draw Foreign Interests to Tanzania

Recent announcements of massive offshore natural gas fields in Tanzania by different international exploration companies have placed the country on the world energy map. According...

South Africa Aims to Become Train Manufacturer

South Africa is on track to become a manufacturer of locomotives for the rest of Africa, Transnet chief executive Brian Molefe said in Cape...

South Sudan Seeks Chinese financing for Oil Pipeline

South Sudan intends to ask China to finance an alternative pipeline to export its oil, an official said on Sunday as prospects of resuming...

Uganda’s Oil Pipeline Plans in Advanced Stage

The Ugandan government is set to construct two hubs within the Albertine region to feed the proposed oil refinery in Buseruka, Hoima district. Plans are...

Sudan’s Oil Dispute And Regional Economic Complex

AFRICANGLOBE - Recent events in East Africa including economic concessions that brought together Ethiopia, Kenya, and South Sudan have reflected negatively to two neighbors, Uganda and Sudan. While Uganda was aggrieved by the rail, oil pipeline, and refinery deal between Nairobi and Juba, diplomacy might have downplayed emotions showcased by president Museveni of Uganda.

South Sudan to Export Oil By Truck Temporarily

As South Sudan's oil dispute with Sudan continues Juba announced on Wednesday that it plans to start exporting oil using trucks to transport its...

Nigeria Seeks to Borrow U.S.$7.9 Billion to fund Pipeline Projects

Nigeria's Present Goodluck Jonathan yesterday asked the Nigerian Senate to give go ahead to borrow another $7.9billion (N1.3trillion) from the World Bank to fund...

South Sudan Govt in Talks With Texas Company On Oil Pipeline

The government of South Sudan is in talks with a Texas-based company to explore options for building an oil pipeline which would serve as...

South Sudan Looks South to Export Oil

Across South Sudan demonstrations have been held in support of President Salva Kiir's decision to shutdown its 350,000-barrel daily oil production. This came after Sudan's...

Sudan’s President Bashir – the Belligerent Eye of a Perfect Storm

The vultures are circling around Sudan's President Omar Al-Bashir. He's faced problems before, of course, but a perfect storm of resistance and discontent brewing...