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The pipeline has therefore become a symbol of hope in Niger

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Niamey, Niger, December 8 (Infosplusgabon) -  Niger’s Secretary General in the ministry of Energy, Balla Mahaman Rabiou,  announced during a working visit of the African Energy Chamber to Niger, that his country had concluded preliminary studies for the implementation of power projects worth hundreds of millions of dollars nationwide. According to Rabiou, the government has embarked on an aggressive plan, to increase access to power for its predominantly youthful population from currently over 16% to 80% by 2035. Of particular focus, are Niger’s rural areas which have power access levels of less than 5%. Many of the power projects envisaged, are expected to be solar mini-grids, taking advantage of Niger’s abundance of sunlight throughout the year. The recently created Agency for the promotion of rural electrification is at the forefront of this effort.

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US Imports from China Grows by 126% to $292 Billion Amid Pandemic

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Libreville, Gabon,  December 8  (Infosplusgabon) - Data presented by Bankr indicates the United States imports from China have grown by 126.29% to $292.64 billion between March October 2020. In March, the coronavirus was declared a pandemic.

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African Countries Must Take a Balanced Approach to the Energy Transition

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Johannesburg,  South Africa, December 7 (Infosplusgabon) -  The road to energy transition might be bumpy for all of us, but the idea of banning all fossil fuels makes it exceptionally treacherous, if not impassable, for Africa.

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The recovery of the continent’s oil and gas sector requires the full cooperation of government and industry stakeholders to work together on lasting and impactful reform

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Johannesburg, South Africa, December 8 (Infosplusgabon) -  Nigeria has been attracting the world’s attention in recent months for all the wrong reasons. Nigerians have taken to the streets to protest police brutality after social media users spread accounts of an unarmed youth being shot and killed by a police officer with the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS). The protests quickly grew, from their epicenter in Lagos, into a nationwide plea to end government corruption and widespread human rights abuses.

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EBRD, ENR launch first gender awareness campaign in Egypt

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Cairo, Egypt, December 3  (Infosplusgabon) - A partnership between Egyptian National Railways (ENR), the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and Egypt’s National Council for Women (NCW) is making the Egyptian rail network safer for female passengers.

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