DPA to install Tesla Powerwall batteries to keep Africa’s telecoms towers alive

SPONSORED | Distributed Power Africa gives Tesla Powerwall the green light

Tullow delays final investment decisions for African oil deals

UK company awaits official approval in Kenya and Uganda before it can begin operations

Treasury lays out timeline for Eskom restructuring

Director-general Dondo Mogajane briefs investors on the electricity company’s path to recovery

Chevron to help gas-rich Qatar build top ethylene plant

It will be the Middle East’s largest facility for production of ethylene, a key ingredient in plastics

Kibo narrows losses in the move from mining to energy

The company recorded a pre-tax loss of R73m compared with last year’s R82m loss

Vivo Energy enters KFC joint venture in East Africa

JSE-listed Vivo Energy agrees to form a joint venture with Kuku Foods East Africa, which owns KFC franchises in the region

Mozambique mega-gas project gets $20bn nod

Go-ahead for the Rovuma basin liquefied natural gas project could double the impoverished nation’s GDP

Norway’s divestment from fossil fuels will be felt worldwide

The country built a prosperous economy on the back of North Sea oil, but now will divest from oil, gas and coal in favour of green energy

Affordable and reliable energy pivotal to Kenya’s economic outlook

SPONSORED | Kenya boasts a favourable economic outlook and is promoting its 'Big Four' agenda

Exxon Mobil and Saudi Basic Industries to build $9bn steam cracker in Texas

The 50-50 joint venture, called Gulf Coast Growth Ventures, will have the capacity to produce 1.8-million tonnes of petrochemicals a year

PODCAST | State, Eskom and Sasol are on the hook for ‘Deadly Air’

Court bid launched to force government to reduce Highveld air pollution

Plan by SA’s Bonang Power to build power plant in Uganda draws criticism

‘It’s just unacceptable to even start discussing the destruction of the most powerful water falls in Uganda for the sake of 360MW’

Landmark pollution case threatens to add R300bn to Eskom’s spending

The government would have to ensure that the likes of Eskom and Sasol comply with the law if the landmark case succeeds

Nigerian regulator bars Oando CEO from directorships

Probe uncovered false disclosures, market abuses, misstatements in financial results and corporate governance lapses, regulator says

Sasol’s second Lake Charles production unit goes online

Energy company’s recent updates show the project is battling to cover its cost of capital, analyst says

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