June 2020, Vol. 247, No. 6

Features

Pipelines Critical to Equatorial Guinea’s Ambitious Gas Plan

By Shem Oirere, Energy Writer The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is expected to have far-reaching implications on Africa’s oil and gas projects, many of them that had already been billed as next drivers of growth for the region’s hydrocarbons pipeline sector.  The Alen platform off the coast of Equatorial Guinea (photo: Noble Energy) However, one country in Africa could rest easy, at least momentarily, as a key upstream investor in a major gas monetization project proceeds despite the company substantially reducing its 2020 capital expenditure globally. Houston-based hydrocarbon explorer Noble Energy, formerly Noble Affiliates, said

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