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Lessons Learned from Senegal’s 2020 Licensing Round

Beginning in 2014, a series of explorations along the coast revealed an untapped supply of petroleum resources likely vast enough to attract the attention of international energy companies. By NJ Ayuk* In January 2019, Senegal made reasonable adjustments to its Petroleum Code to reflect the renewed optimism surrounding the country’s...
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Sénégal : Wärtsilä va convertir la centrale électrique Bel-Air de 90 MW à Dakar pour la faire fonctionner au gaz naturel liquéfié (GNL)

Le groupe technologique Wärtsilä va convertir la centrale électrique Bel-Air de 90 MW à Dakar, au Sénégal, pour la faire fonctionner au gaz naturel liquéfié (GNL). La centrale, qui appartient à la Société Nationale d'Électricité du Sénégal (Senelec), fonctionne actuellement au fuel lourd. La conversion assurera la pérennité de l'installation, car...
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Senegal: PayDunya shows its PCI DSS Certificate

Senegalese FinTech can be proud of PayDunya. With an asset of more than 30,000 transactions per day of more than 600 Business customers and 11 partners, this startup launched in 2015 has just obtained its PCI DSS Certificate. For Aziz Yérima, co-Founder and CEO, this certification, coupled with the PayDunya...
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Senegal: curfew until February 20 in Dakar and Thiès

Antoine Felix Abdoulaye Diome, Minister of the Interior, recalled Tuesday, January 26, 2021, that the restrictive measures, including the curfew, taken as part of the proclamation of the state of health disaster in the regions of Dakar and Thiès, remained in force until February 20. These measures include, in particular,...
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