Monthly Archives: February 2019

En Éthiopie, Kerui Petroleum remporte un contrat pour la fourniture d’appareils de forage géothermiques, ainsi que les commandes de services associés

BEIJING, 28 février 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Le 23 février, Kerui Petroleum et une société d’exploration géothermique est-africaine ont signé avec succès un contrat d’exploration géothermique avec l’énergie électrique éthiopienne. La valeur du contrat dépasse les 80 millions USD. Il s’agit du premier et du plus grand projet d’exploration d’énergie géothermique en Éthiopie. Une fois achevé, le projet fournira de l’électricité […]

Kerui Petroleum Won a Contract to Supply Geothermal Drilling Rigs and Related Service Orders in Ethiopia

BEIJING, Feb. 28, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — On February 23rd, Kerui Petroleum, along with a geothermal exploration company in East Africa, successfully signed a geothermal exploration contract with the Ethiopia electric power. The contract value is more than USD 80 million. The project is Ethiopia’s first geothermal energy exploration project and the largest one in the geothermal […]

Mozambique seeks Angolan experience in fighting illegal immigration

Speaking to ANGOP, on the sidelines of a few hours that the National Police of Angola Chief Commissioner, Paulo de Almeida, made to Soyo, Bernardino Rafael, said that, like Angola, his country is also experiencing the phenomenon of illegal immigration,…

Technological equipment at DRC border reduces infringements

The statement is from the National Police Chief Commissioner, Paulo de Almeida, who said they are cars equipped with long-range surveillance systems, unmanned vehicles capable of flying about five hours, control towers, among other technological means….

Angola at meeting of Zambezi River Basin Commission

The meeting approved the activity reports for the period from April 2017 to March 2018, progress for the period from April 2018 to January 2019, activity plan, budget for the period April 2019 to March 2020 and the extended strategic plan of the Zambez…

17 killed in Mali by booby-trapped corpse: Security sources

BAMAKO, Seventeen civilians were killed and 15 were wounded in a blast caused by a booby-trapped corpse in central Mali, a local official said.The incident occurred on Tuesday in Diankabou, a small town about 150 kilometres east of the city of Mopti, t…