- Markets: Global LNG Demand to Outperform
- Africa Mining: Zambian mining group says tax changes will hit mineral exploration
- Global Markets: Oil Steady as Data Shows Drop in Inventories
- Africa Oil & Gas: Shell, Equinor Commit to Tanzania LNG, wait for Govt approval
- Africa Oil & Gas: Nigerian Senate to Probe $3.5 Billion Spent by State Oil Firm
Two energy projects in Africa that have received funding from the Emerging Africa Infrastructure Fund (EAIF) have recently made progress in development.
The 5.4MW Lubilia Kawembo Hydro (LKH) electricity generating station, located in Uganda, was commissioned on 28 June.
On the following day, 29 June, a ground-breaking ceremony to mark the launch of construction took place at the site of the 40MW Central Solar de Mocuba (CESOM) project in Mozambique.
Financing for the US$76mn CESCOM project was led by the International Finance Corporation (IFC), with the EAIF contributing $16.9mn.