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  • Tendrara : les prospections de gaz de Sound Energy financées par Attijariwafa Bank

    Bladi 02/11/2022

    Les discussions entre la société britannique d’exploration gazière Sound Energy et Attijariwafa Bank concernant le financement par emprunt du projet gazier de Tendrara (Maroc) connaissent des avancées importantes.

    Sound Energy et Attijariwafa Bank ont décidé de prolonger jusqu’au 15 décembre les négociations de l’accord de financement du gisement gazier de Tendrara. Attijariwafa bank devra mettre en place une facilité de dette senior à long terme, d’une durée maximale de 12 ans, d’environ 2,25 milliards de dirhams (206 millions de dollars). Ce fonds servira à financer partiellement le développement de la phase 2 du gisement TE-5 Horst dans la concession de Tendrara, dont le coût est estimé à 3 milliards de dirhams.

    Dans un communiqué, Garry Dempster, directeur administratif et financier de Sound Energy a indiqué qu’il s’agit « d’un projet essentiel qui propulsera la croissance future de la société tout en formant un pilier clé de la stratégie énergétique du Maroc centrée sur la transition énergétique ». Il s’est par ailleurs félicité de la bonne marche du partenariat avec l’Office National des Hydrocarbures et des Mines (ONHYM).


  • #2
    Eh bien si le gaz du makhzen en est encore au financement que dire du gazoduc Nigeria marouc

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    • #3
      tu peux le demander au Nigérians:

      We Are Investing In Massive Infrastructure To Boost Gas Exports, Kyari Tells Investors


      The Group Chief Executive Officer of the Nigerian National Petroleum Company Ltd, Mallam Mele Kyari has said that Nigeria is leading the drive for massive investments in critical gas infrastructure in Africa to boost the exports of the product to Europe and other continents.

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      Kyari said this during a panel session at the ADIPEC Strategic Conference holding in Abu Dhabi, the United Arab Emirates.

      The panel session focussed on how leadership and organisational agendas are changing as the industry navigates the evolving global energy landscape.

      The conference is expected to accelerate the energy transition, unlock the real value of a decarbonised future, showcase ground-breaking technologies and explore actionable strategies and solutions to the challenges and opportunities created by complex global energy market dynamics.

      It also serves as the leading venue for the energy industry to debate, deliberate and address key issues on the trilemma of security of supply, affordability, and sustainability.

      It also provides a platform for policy makers, energy CEOs and industry professionals to address the critical factors influencing the energy ecosystem’s transformation and its role as a key enabler of the global economy.

      Speaking at the event, the NNPC Boss said the energy transitioning aspiration has changed the dynamics of the global oil and gas industry.

      He said currently, the global community is faced with a stark reality of sourcing for more cleaner energy, adding that within this context, Nigeria has adopted gas as it’s transition fuel.

      He said the Federal Government recognized the importance of gas to the global energy mix, stating that this is why huge investments are being made in the sector.

      Currently, the NNPC Boss said working with the government of Morocco, Nigeria is building a gas pipeline infrastructure

      He said, “There are very very stark realities that we are facing. Of course, it is also true that there is a huge impact of our business on climate. So, that is also real, we have the finance, we have to face the reality of today and the truth is that we do need the energy of today.

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      • #4
        "tu peux le demander au Nigérians"

        Le plus important c'est d'y croire et de la foi vous en avez à revendre

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        • #5
          je te dis encore une fois, va te plaindre chez les nigérians et la presse nigérianne....7na khatina...

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          • #6
            depuis le temps qu'on en parle, ca y est, y a du gaz ?

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