A significant number of Africans don’t have enough energy supply to meet their needs. Initiatives such as Power Africa and Lighting Africa have been launched to combat this problem. At the same time, Africa continues to be part of the global effort to fight climate change, with the African Development Bank planning to spend $5 billion on this cause.
Heenan Paris continues to develop its activities in Africa by way of strategic partnerships with firms like Thomson Wilks, which has greatly increased the profitability of its services. Leaders League gives you all the details.
Fifteen percent of the world’s population lives on its soil yet Africa only accounts for 3% of the planet’s energy consumption.
Two trends have developed: reliance on fossil fuels and a widening energy gap between Africa and the rest of the planet. The continent has been depicted as oil-hungry with just over half of all petroleum being discovered on its soil in 2014. Moreover...