This panel on CNBC Power Lunch discusses the current problems at Eskom causing load shedding throughout South Africa and what can individuals and businesses do to help improve the situation. Stephen Larkin comments and emphasises the importance of finding natural gas locally to help the transition away from coal.
Stephen Larkin was representing Africa New Energies on a panel talking about the problems faced by Eskom, the South African government owned electricity company. He makes the case for seeking onshore hydrocarbons to replace coal as the feedstock for powering South Africa.
Stephen Larkin, CEO of ANE was asked as an industry expert to comment on the Brulpadda discovery by Total in recent days.
Namibia’s $14 billion economy is endowed with an abundance of natural resources that could help turbo-charge its economic prospects.
New round of wildcat wells forecast as Namibia gears up for exploration revival in both offshore and onshore sectors
Namibia’s decision to grant the green light to proceed with the drilling of its proposed Osprey offshore well has been hailed as further confirmation that investor appetite for exploration in both offshore and onshore Namibia remains robust.
Africa has re-emerged on the radar of the major oil and gas explorers as the international supermajors – awash with cash following the recovery of crude oil prices – are once again targeting Africa’s potentially vast offshore and onshore hydrocarbon resource endowment. Some of the world’s biggest oil and gas Read more…
Every summer the offices of Africa New Energies (ANE) and its fund-raising platform the Aziza Project offer ten weeks of work experience on various unique projects.
Africa New Energies CEO Stephen Larkin declared that the ambition of his company was to light up the ‘dark continent’ during the Blockchain, Internet of Things and Machine Learning