News & Updates
March 24, 2020Equatorial Guinea Offers Oil and Gas Services Companies Financial Reprieve
The Ministry of Mines and Hydrocarbons has put a three month moratorium on fees.
March 23, 2020Equatorial Guinea Grants Relief to Oil & Gas Services Companies
The country is taking action to support its services industry and ongoing midstream projects.
March 13, 2020Equatorial Guinea and Angola Strengthen Ties
An Equatoguinean delegation visited the Luanda refinery and committed to stronger sector cooperation.
March 6, 2020Equatorial Guinea Postpones Investment Conference
EG2020 Year of Investment adopts a new strategy in light of the ongoing global outbreak of the coronavirus.
March 2, 2020EG LNG Loads its 700th Cargo in Equatorial Guinea
EG LNG is at the centre of the Punta Europa complex, undergoing expansion and diversification.
February 28, 2020Equatorial Guinea Continues Investment Tour Across Africa
The Ministry of Mines and Hydrocarbons signed several key agreements in February during bilateral trips to Egypt, Morocco and Republic of Congo.
February 12, 2020Equatorial Guinea, Egypt to Cooperate on Downstream Refining Capacity
The signing of the two agreements will further develop the country’s petroleum and refining capacity.
February 12, 2020Waltersmith to Replicate Nigeria’s Modular Refinery Model in Equatorial Guinea
The plant will be commissioned in Nigeria in May 2020.
February 6, 2020Equatorial Guinea Agrees on $2M Solidarity Contribution to Support China’s Fight Against Coronavirus
The article first appeared on the Africa Energy Chamber website. Image: Taarifa Rwanda Malabo, 5 February 2020: Equatorial Guinea’s Council of Ministers has agreed to support China’s fight against the coronavirus with a $2 million solidarity contribution this week. Chaired by H.E. President Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, the Council of Ministers expressed its deepest support and solidarity […]
January 30, 2020With its Gas Mega Hub, Equatorial Guinea Wants to Deliver on Expectations of Successful African Cross-Border Gas Cooperation
Equatorial Guinea is positioning itself as a hub for gas in the Gulf of Guinea.