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Tunisia: Eni to cease hydrocarbon activities (ministry)

The Italian giant Eni, the main foreign oil operator in Tunisia, will cease its hydrocarbon activities in the country, notably because of recurrent social unrest, the Tunisian Energy Ministry said, at a time when a storage site is blocked. Eni, which has been present in Tunisia since the 1960s, will...

Algérie En quête d’un plan de sortie crise

Sous pression avec la chute de ses recettes d’exportations qui représentent 60% du budget de l’État, les autorités algériennes planchent sur un plan de sortie de crise.   Par Bilkiss Mentari   l’Algérie, dont l’économie repose sur la manne pétrolière, figure parmi les pays les plus touchés par la crise...
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Nigeria Eni discovers major oil and gas field in Niger Delta

Eni announced, in a statement released on August 28, the discovery by its Nigerian subsidiary Agip of a large oil and gas reservoir in the Niger Delta, a oil-producing region in southern Nigeria, which could increase production in this country. African. The joint venture NAOC, led by Eni with 20%...
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Gabon In 2018, oil accounted for 80% of exports  

In 2018, oil accounted for 79.5% of total exports, amounting to 2 418.6 billion CFA francs, an increase of 23.5% compared to 2017 (1 957 billion FCFA). For the most part, these good numbers can be explained by two main factors. On the one hand, the rise in world oil...

Algeria: 2019, year of non-hydrocarbon exports?

While the price of the barrel of Brent are unstable and experiencing another significant decline, falling below the symbolic threshold of 50 dollars, Algeria wants to focus on the export of domestic production to increase foreign exchange earnings. The Algerian government is making ambitious declarations on this subject, but constraints...
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