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The Department of Trade and Industry (the dti), will launch the Specialised Industrial Facility (SIF) at the Ekurhuleni East Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) College, in Springs, Gauteng on Friday, 6 December 2019.
Odfjell Drilling and Semco Maritime have signed a contract for preparation and modification of Deepsea Stavanger prior to her commencement of a 9-month drilling campaign for Total in the harsh waters outside South Africa.
PetroNor announces that it has finalised and entered into separate investment and shareholders agreement with the OML 113 operator, Yinka Folawiyo Petroleum (“YFP”) to manage Aje oil and gas field, offshore Nigeria.
Vivo Energy Maroc, the company in charge of the marketing and distribution of Shell brand fuels and lubricants in Morocco and Butagaz brand Liquefied Petroleum Gas, appointed George Roberts to be the new Managing Director, effective 1, 2019
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is strengthening the competitiveness of small firms in Tunisia by increasing the availability of funds, with a €5 million loan to Compagnie Internationale de Leasing (CIL).
FAR Limited, as part of the Rufisque Sangomar and Sangomar Deep joint venture advises that the final Sangomar field development and exploitation plan was submitted to the Government of Senegal, in Dakar on 2 December 2019.
JSE and seven African partner exchanges in collaboration with the AfDB and ASEA hosted the African Exchange Linkage Project Stakeholder Engagement Forum to strengthen investment flows across African countries.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is strengthening its outreach in Morocco with the opening of a third office, in the city of Agadir, which will cover the regions of Souss-Massa and Marrakech-Safi.
SAA has launched project Reya Fofa, a follow up to project Solaris which made SAA and Mango Airlines be the first airlines in Africa to operate commercial flights, powered by sustainable aviation fuel produced from nicotine-free tobacco plant.