Central Energy Fund (CEF) CEO Ishmael Poolo said on Monday the gas market on the African continent presented an opportunity for nations to develop their economies, increase access to power and dramatically reduce emissions over the next five years.

He was addressing the Africa Gas Forum in Cape Town. His address comes as heavy users of liquefied natural gas (LNG) dread the risk of the country running out of industrial gas supplies by 2026...

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