When energy attracts investment
How Uganda became the scene for some of the world’s most ambitious and expensive energy projects.
The power to invest
A profile of major electricity distributor Umeme, which has prevailed over the challenges of taming Uganda's frontier market.
Interview with Irene Muloni, minister of energy and mineral development
With the country’s first oil refinery set to be completed in 2020, this resource-rich nation looks set to begin to capitalize on its natural wealth.
Interview with Brian Kubeck, president of Sithe Global
Sithe Global, a power development company owned by funds managed by investment firm Blackstone, developed the Bujagali Hydropower Project.
Cleaner, cheaper energy
Malta has traditionally relied on oil for power generation. But the country is embarking on a major overhaul of its energy sector.
Interview with Sönke Stein, CEO of Oiltanking Malta
Oiltanking has become one of the world’s largest companies in its field, and first set up in Malta in 1992.
Interview with Michael Kunz, project coordinator of ElectroGas
Multinational consortium ElectroGas comprises Germany’s Siemens, Azerbaijan’s SOCAR, UK-based Gasol and local investor group GEM Holdings.
Interview with Winton Gibbs, general manager of Barbados National Oil Company
Government-owned Barbados National Oil Company produces crude oil, natural gas, and imports the country’s requirements for motor fuel