Monthly Archives: February 2021

AGPC raises $260m to complete ANOH project and drive energy transition in Nigeria

Seplat Petroleum Development Company Plc (“Seplat” or the “Company”), a leading Nigerian independent energy company listed on both the Nigerian Stock Exchange and the London Stock Exchange, announces that its Incorporated Joint Venture (“IJV”), the ANOH Gas Processing Company (“AGPC”), has successfully raised US$260m in debt to fund completion of its ANOH Gas Processing Plant (“ANOH”).

Mouka rewards partners with 54 trucks, Others to boost trade

Mouka has given out 54 brand new trucks and other fabulous gifts to its Business Partners who have demonstrated a high level of commitment to its growth trajectory. The rewards are expected to boost the morale and trade of Business Partners.

Nigeria’s $3.5bn Brass methanol plant to generate 35,000 jobs

The $3.5 billion methanol production plant Brass project is expected to provide employment for at least 35,000 jobs when completed.

Nigeria, Morocco reinstate commitment to 5,660km gas pipeline … Set to complete fertilizer factory by 2024 … Deal sealed in telephone chat between Moroccan King and President Buhari

Nigeria and Morocco renewed their commitment on Sunday to building a gas pipeline that will take an onshore and offshore route and a fertilisers plant, the royal palace in Rabat said.
The renewed commitment came during a phone call between Morocco’s King Mohammed VI and Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari, the palace said. The two countries agreed to the pipeline in December 2016 and launched feasibility studies.

Tony Elumelu Foundation Announces Three Senior Executive Appointments … Female appointments demonstrate leadership as a global champion for gender inclusion and equality

The Tony Elumelu Foundation (TEF), the leading philanthropy empowering African entrepreneurs, has announced three senior executive appointments, effective February 1, 2021. This follows the launch of the 2021 TEF Entrepreneurship Programme, on www.TEFConnect.com, which this year prioritises the economic recovery of small and medium scale enterprises and young African entrepreneurs, following the disruptive effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.