Africa Oil & Gas: Uganda and China to Jointly Explore Albertine Graben

Africa Oil & Gas: Uganda and China to Jointly Explore Albertine Graben

Uganda’s national oil company and Chinese firm CNOOC, will be exploring jointly a new oil and gas block in the Albertine Basin. A memorandum of understanding was signed for the deal while President Yoweri Museveni was attending an Africa-China forum in Beijing, a statement issued by his office said.

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Opinion: “China Will Buy More LNG, But Wants It Smoother” – by Russell

Opinion: “China Will Buy More LNG, But Wants It Smoother” – by Russell

(The opinions expressed here are those of the author, Clyde Russell, a columnist for Reuters.) China appears set to once again boost its purchases of liquefied natural gas (LNG) for the northern winter, but unlike last year’s rush, this time the process is likely to be more organised and stable.

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Africa Mining: Ghana opposition seeks IMF view on $2bn Chinese Bauxite deal

Africa Mining: Ghana opposition seeks IMF view on $2bn Chinese Bauxite deal

ACCRA – Ghana’s opposition in parliament wants the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to decide whether a $2-billion Chinese deal agreed by the government in exchange for bauxite will add to the country’s debt burden, it said on Thursday.

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Africa Oil & Gas: Sudan To Sign Oil Deals With Chinese Companies

Africa Oil & Gas: Sudan To Sign Oil Deals With Chinese Companies

Sudan and China are close to signing new deals on oil and gas exploration that Chinese companies would carry out in the African country, Sudan’s ambassador to China Ahmed Shawir said in an interview with the Sudan News Agency (SUNA).

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