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  • Determined to attract investment and increase exploration activities in their oil and gas sectors, South Sudan, Equatorial Guinea and Gabon will continue their bidding round efforts at the flagship Africa Oil & Power (AOP) conference and exhibition on October 9 – 11 at the CTICC 1 in Cape Town, South Africa.
  • Continuing on its bid to ramp up production and drive investment into its energy sector, South Sudan is set to launch its 2020 oil and gas licensing round at the AOP 2019 conference early next month and, announce the tender for an environmental audit for the country's producing oilfields at the third annual South Sudan Oil & Power conference organized by AOP.
  • On a drive to promote investment in the country's energy sector and bring major oil and gas projects online, Senegal will launch its next oil and gas licensing round at AOP 2019.



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