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Namibia International Energy Conference triumphs with Global participation

  Last week, the 6th edition of the Namibia International Energy Conference convened more than 750 attendees from 46 nations, 22 nations more than previous years, at the serene Droombos, Windhoek. This gathering served as a pivotal platform for deliberating on exciting developments in its Namibia’s energy landscape allowing delegates to reimagine the possibilities for our nation and its people. Amidst the captivating discourse and insightful presentations by esteemed local […]

todayMay 6, 2024 4

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Mopane exploration campaign that has yielded promising results

    The National Petroleum Corporation of Namibia: NAMCOR (10%) and its partners Galp Energia (80%) and Custos Energy (10%) are pleased to announce the successful completion of the first phase of the Mopane exploration campaign marking a significant milestone in Namibia’s oil and gas sector. The Mopane-1X Well Testing operations revealed substantial oil columns containing light oil in high-quality reservoir sands at two different levels: AVO-1 and AVO-2. This […]

todayApril 22, 2024 4

Business / Economics

Dr. Hangala urges authentic local participation in the oil and gas sector

Speaking at the Namibian Local Content Conference 2024 that is underway in Lüderitz, Dr. Leake Hangala said Namibian-owned companies, to efficiently facilitate local development in the oil and gas sector, should not be used as conduits. Hangala also outlined the government's role in the process.   The conference is tackling ways to ensure that the country's oil and gas discoveries benefit Namibians, and today’s focus was on identifying opportunities to […]

todayApril 18, 2024 19

Business / Economics

Climate quitting: the people leaving their fossil fuel jobs because of climate change

Mayuree Moonhirun/Shutterstock Gemma Ware, The Conversation As the climate crisis gets ever more severe, the fossil fuel industry is struggling to recruit new talent. And now a number of existing employees are deciding to leave their jobs, some quietly, some very publicly, because of concerns over climate change. In this episode of The Conversation Weekly podcast, we speak to a researcher about this phenomenon of “climate quitting”. My name is […]

todayMarch 22, 2024 11

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