Egypt faces shortfalls in gas flows undermining export revenues and leading to power outages that government officials say may run through mid-September.
In late July, Nani Ould Chrougha, Mauritania’s new minister of oil, energy and mines, confirmed that artisanal miners would have to depart from concessions held by Tasiast and SENISA.
The Argentina-IMF deal is a lifeline for Finance Minister Sergio Massa because it puts off devaluating the peso until after the October presidential election.
Senator Xóchitl Gálvez is gaining significant attention as an unconventional contender for Mexico’s upcoming 2024 presidential election.
Is the NewMed Energy-led consortium’s bid part of a broader bilateral effort to deepen security cooperation between Israel and Azerbaijan?
On July 12, ReconAfrica announced the approval of plans to drill 12 additional exploration and appraisal wells in Namibia.
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken recently held discussions with Chinese officials in Beijing aiming to reduce tensions and prevent unintentional escalation.
Erdogan appointing Turkey’s new Minister of Treasury and Finance Mehmet Simsek will likely mean a return to economic orthodoxy.
Brazil’s Minas Gerais Governor Romeu Zema rang the bell at the NASDAQ Exchange in New York, launching the Lithium Valley Brazil initiative.
Economy Minister Sergio Massa and YPF Chairman Pablo Gonzalez said that YPF is looking for partners to explore Palermo Aike, an area in southern Patagonia that is seen as a smaller version of Vaca Muerta.