Equatorial Guinea picks KBR for refinery
(Reuters) – Equatorial Guinea has picked U.S. engineering firm KBR Inc (KBR.N) to design a planned 20,000 barrel per day oil refinery, a senior government official said on Tuesday.
The African nation expects to conclude negotiations with KBR by around the end of this year and open up construction bids for the refinery by the second-half of next year, Gabriel Obiang Lima, minister delegate for mines, industry and energy, told reporters on the sidelines of a conference in South Africa.
December 17, 2020Angola’s Ongoing privatisation programme: What opportunities?
December 9, 2020Tax administration in Guinea: A reorganization up to the challenges!
December 9, 2020Centurion Law Group Submits Request for Transparency to Spanish Minister of Justice on Villajero/Massoko Case
November 30, 2020Spanish Police Commissioner José Villarejo, the Diario Rombe Blog and Delfin Mocache Massoko to be sued for engaging in Scheme to Extort and Spy on African Companies and Officials
November 5, 2020Regulatory Sandboxing under the recently enacted National Payment systems Act 2020 in Uganda