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Our own version of the music video for "Africa" by Toto we made on our boat in Equatorial Guinea in West Africa. 2013. "To use this video in a commercial player, advertising or in broadcasts, please email Viral Spiral: firstname.lastname@example.org "
I saw this drilling rig in the harbour a few days ago and when I saw it while flying out to Blouberg, I decided to go out and have a close-up look. New equipment on this flight: - Pan & Tilt from Flite Evolution - 8000mAh battery from ReadymadeRC Other equipment: - Range Link - Arduplane 2.74b
Ghana could become the fourth biggest oil producer in sub-Saharan Africa by 2020 once two new offshore fields come on stream. The West African country is currently ranked at the ninth, producing around 103,000 barrels per day. This is far behind Nigeria and Angola, which produce an average of 1.867 million and 1.754 million respectively. Ghana's Tweneboa field came on stream in August and is expected to increase output to 80,000 barrels per day. The Jubilee field, which started producing oil in 2010, could bounce back to production of around 115,000 barrels. At the same time, the Sankofa field is due to open in August 2017 and should produce around 30,000 barrels.
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South Africa may be on the verge of a major oil discovery Subscribe to eNCA for latest news. No Fear. No Favour: http://bit.ly/eNCAnews Along South Africa’s coastline, big oil companies are staking their claims. But environmentalists are warning that we do not have laws in place to protect our coastline from the damage done by drilling for oil. Connect with eNCA now to follow top stories and have your say: http://www.enca.com https://www.facebook.com/eNCAnews https://twitter.com/eNCAnews
offshore oil rigs jobs no experience required http://www.oildrillingcompanies.net/ My name is Roger, and this is my story about how I got a well paid job in the oil industry, with no experience and in a short time. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=STuS299s0vs&feature=youtu.be
Africa's oil and gas industry continues to attract global investment, despite the challenges which include a sharp downturn in crude prices over the last year. CNBC Africa brings you highlights from the 22nd Africa Oil Week that recently took place in Cape Town, South Africa and discussed the industry landscape with Edward Voelcker, Partner in Energy and Natural Resources at KPMG Nigeria and Gor Semelang'o, CEO of PetroKenya Oil Company.
Privately-owned Africa New Energies hopes to start drilling on its two oil and gas blocks onshore Namibia by the beginning of 2016. However, as chief executive Stephen Larkin and international exploration adviser Peter Hutchison explain, there is plenty of work to do before that point. The pair talk investors through the decision to remain private for the meantime and how they plan to raise funds to derisk the blocks without access to traditional funding means.
Saturday, November 10, 2012, 5:59:32 PM. Out at sea on the F/V Queensland.This trip was about 9 days dock to dock and we fished for 5 of the days. We are fishing for yellowfin and big eye tuna using greenstick gear. The vessel is a volunteer vessel in a scientific study looking at the cost associated with transitioning from longline fishing to other fishing methods. Fishing methods such as greenstick fishing for tuna and buoy fishing for swordfish have proven in many circumstances to more effectively target intended catch and have could potentially have better survival rates when released. Regardless of your views on drilling for oil in the ocean and what not I was amazed by this machine. It is just incredible what humans are able to accomplish. Info about drillship from Ensco websi...
More than two decades ago, Nigeria’s Ogoni people forced Shell Oil Company to cease drilling on their land, saying it was polluting the environment. Now, some Ogonis say it’s time for the oil to flow once again. Chris Stein reports from Kegbara Dere, Nigeria.
March 28, 2017 This three-part event will focus on recent political and economic changes in East Africa and its implications on oil and gas development. By bringing together representatives from government, private sector, civil society, media and the international donor community, it seeks to review what progress has been achieved in the last few years and what governance challenges lay ahead.
Record prices for petroleum are fueling a boom in Africa's oil industries. They now provide nearly one-third of the oil imported by the developed world and China. The boom has also spread to industries in non-oil exporting countries. One of these is South Africa, as we hear in this report from Correspondent Scott Bobb in Capetown
AN UPDATED VERSION OF THIS VIDEO HAS BEEN UPLOADED. You can view the updated video at https://youtu.be/53wZ1zTm1K4 Africa Oil Week 2017 featuring ministers from South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana, Mali, Côte d’Ivoire, Namibia, Equatorial Guinea and U.S. Secretary of Energy Rick Perry, along with independent oil companies including, Tullow Oil, ExxonMobil, Shell, Total, Eni Spa and Sasol.
In this week's highlights: The African oil sector will be in focus at an industry event in Cape Town; French refineries and petrochemical plants may be hit by strikes; and safety concerns in Europe are adding to the pressure on Japan's Kobe Steel. Our social media question is: Do you think #EU #carbon prices will remain supported? Tweet us using the hashtag #PlattsMM. Platts editorial lead for bunker news, Jack Jordan, explores these and other topics that may impact Europe's commodity markets this week: * African offshore, corporate recovery in focus at oil industry event * Corporate earnings season begins with Total, Statoil, Eni results * IMO working group on shipping‘s carbon emissions meets in London * French industrial action may cut petchem production * European chemical industry ...
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Paul Welch, ceo SDX Energy talks to Malcolm Graham-Wood of Malcy's Blog about the firm's onshore gas operations in North Africa. He talks us through the progress of its latest drilling efforts in Morocco and its plans for Egypt as well as the firm's offshore growth potential. Core Finance is part of Core London, a TV production company based in Belgravia, London. Core Finance aims to provide its viewers with insightful market commentary, helping investors navigate global financial markets. Making the content provided invaluable to viewers. Our shows are closely followed by fund managers, day traders, retail investors, company CEO's, experienced investors and those new to the financial markets. Core Finance covers all asset classes ranging from currencies (forex), equities, bonds, commo...