Submitted by oilgasafrica on Thu, 2013-08-15 13:15
The Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation - TPDC Is the Tanzanian State corporation through which the Ministry of Energy and Minerals implements its petroleum exploration anddevelopment policies. TPDC has a manpower strength of about 130 and is organised into four directorates, namely: Exploration, Production and Technical services, Finance and Administration, Managing Diractor and Marketing and Investiment. The Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation was established under the Public Corporations Act No.17 through the Government Notice No.140 of 30th May 1969.
Submitted by oilgasafrica on Thu, 2013-08-15 12:57
The Ministry of Energy and Minerals (MEM) is mandated to facilitate development of energy and mineral sectors in Tanzania through policies and plans for sustainable use.
Submitted by oilgasafrica on Tue, 2013-06-11 15:52
Submitted by oilgasafrica on Tue, 2013-06-11 10:15
The Ministry of Energy and Mines is responsible for the development and implementation of government policy in the areas of Energy, Mines and Geology and the control of other sectors dependent on its authority . He supervises the businesses and public institutions that fall under its jurisdiction.
Submitted by oilgasafrica on Tue, 2013-06-11 10:07
The ONHYM is the Office National des Hydrocarbures et des Mines - the National Bureau of Petroleum and Mines - of Morocco. It is an independent financially autonomous public institution.
ONHYM operations are supervised by the state to ensure compliance with the Act of Parliament with which it was created, especially with regard to its tasks and functions, and to ensure application of the law (Law 33-01) and regulations relating to public institutions in general.
ONHYM is also subject to financial control by the state, as applicable to public institutions.
Submitted by oilgasafrica on Sun, 2013-06-09 14:21
Order XVII Rule B.54.?(1) of the House Standing Orders states that there shall be a Committee to be known as
Committee on Petroleum Resources (Downstream) consisting of not less than 25 Members constituted during
the life of the House.
Submitted by oilgasafrica on Thu, 2013-06-06 20:58
Submitted by oilgasafrica on Thu, 2013-06-06 20:50
The Ministry of Energy and Mines was established in 1993 by the Legal Notice No.37/1993 comprising of the Departments of Energy, Mines and Water resource. But later in February 1997 the department of water resources separated from the Ministry .Now it is operating with the two departments of Energy and Mines.
Mission of the Ministry
Submitted by oilgasafrica on Mon, 2013-06-03 13:40
The NPA is a statutory Agency regulating, overseeing and monitoring the petroleum downstream industry in Ghana to ensure efficiency, growth and stakeholder satisfaction.
Submitted by oilgasafrica on Mon, 2013-06-03 13:17
Submitted by oilgasafrica on Sat, 2013-06-01 22:59
The South African Supplier Development Agency SASDA (NPC) LTD is a state-funded supplier development agency, reporting to the Department of Minerals and Energy. It has been established as a subsidiary of CEF (SOC) LTD in accordance with the Ministerial Directive dated 20/05/2007. It is a company established under Section 21 of the Companies Act
Submitted by oilgasafrica on Sat, 2013-06-01 22:55
The Paraffin Safety Association was born out of a 1994 meeting between the petroleum industry and the then government-in-waiting, when ANC delegates raised paraffin poisoning as one of the issues concerning them about energy safety.
Submitted by oilgasafrica on Sat, 2013-06-01 22:06
Designated in terms of the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act, Petroleum Agency SA promotes exploration for onshore and offshore oil and gas resources and their optimal development on behalf of government. The Agency regulates exploration and production activities, and acts as the custodian of the national petroleum exploration and production database.
Submitted by oilgasafrica on Sat, 2013-06-01 21:36
CEF (SOC) Ltd. is involved in the search for appropriate energy solutions to meet the future energy needs of South Africa, the Southern African Development Community and the sub-Saharan African region, including oil, gas, electrical power, solar energy, low-smoke fuels, biomass, wind and renewable energy sources. CEF also manages the operation and development of the oil and gas assets and operations of the South African government.
Submitted by oilgasafrica on Sat, 2013-06-01 21:23