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9 September 2022

Seminar Decarbonation of Energies 28 Sept 2022

planning v1709 “Decarbonation of Energies: challenges and realities” Wednesday, September 28, 2019 from 8:00 am to 12:30 pm at the Hôtel de l’industrie, Paris 6th, in préparation of the COP 27 (Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt Novembre 2022). Inscription at On the program ➔ Carbon-based vs other energies and ongoing changes in the carbon-based energy industry – (Patrick PORTOLANO) ➔ Neutral or carbon-negative energy production methods   Financing significantly R&D programs on CCS et les biogeoreactors ➔ Detoxifying the economy away from fossil fuels Lowering the carbon intensity of produced fossil fuels. Leveraging the existing or idle infrastructure for geothermal production or energy storage. Production of energy transition metals ➔ Empowering fossil fuel producers Economic concepts and tools to channel the industrial power of fossil fuel producers in the realization of the energy transition. Scenarios illustrating the possible economic or political impact of their implementation. ➔ Engage decision-makers and influencers in the fight against climate change key issues such as the challenges of the energy transition in Africa or the Middle East and how they differ from those of Europe, China or America. ➔ Conclusion : Messages to pass on to the influencers of COP 27 A discussion will then begin with […]
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8 October 2021

Algeria Mission 2021/2022

Update of October 8, 2021: The health situation oblige us to review our roadmap, as discussed at the end of 2020 with a view to the March NAPEC postponed to September then to November 2021. -The first step was the organisation of the digital event on the September 29th, (in the place of the postponed NAPEC). This step on zoom webinar was based on a technical conference and workshops (on the 5 main topics below) will allow a first exchange/discussion between players in the sector, thus providing an alternative to companies unable / unwilling to travel to Algeria to that time. The link to the replay :évènement_digital_mission_collective_algérie -The second face-to-face step, if possible at Hassi Messaoud NAPEC in 2022, would see the launch of Franco-Algerian project groups addressing the 5 key topics (mentioned during the 1st stage). Initial objective of the mission in Algeria: A few highlights about this mission: Accelerate the Franco-Algerian collaboration in the Energy sector around 5 key themes Solarisation of oil production facilities Reduction of flared gas Improvement rate recovery of oilfields Hydrogen Development of Algerian industries The mission will last 2 and a half day (2 nights in country) with the option of staying another […]
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3 June 2021

Local content (Benchmarking)

Latest news : Replay webinar :  Local Content Algérie Sénégal Support : Algerie Local Content_29_septembre_2021 Contribution from the Oil and Gas Group of professionals from the Senegalese diaspora (GPSOG): For a better Local Content in the Oil and Gas sector in Senegal. Local Content in Senegal from oil & gas Diaspora GPS OG May 2021   Introduction : For several years, the ACP has positioned itself with national companies as a facilitator for the development of Local Content, especially in countries with a long history in mining, which are facing today major opportunities to develop Oil & Gas resources, counting on their limited mining industry resources, for the next generation of oil opportunies (employment-industry). Some presentations during working workshops with representatives of the French oil industry (Saudi Arabi, Algeria, Senegal et Mauritania) Vision of the situation and challenges of Local Content in Mauritania 1/ Human Resources  : challenge and opportunity The development of the energy sector in Mauritania is mainly driven by the sharp increase of the electricity demand, by the increase in the share of renewable energies and by the development of the oil &gas sector starting with the Greater Tortue project (GTA Project shared with Senegal) currently in […]
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30 May 2021


30th May 2021 PROEDUC CONSULTANTS   and ACP Members      Remy GEOFFRAY* – Bernard GROS*   As part of the training initiatives, PROEDUC CONSULTANTS has obtained two contracts that were carried out respectively in November 2016 and in the second phase in June 2018, July 2019 and January 2021 on behalf of “L’ECOLE DES MINES ET DE LA METALLURGIE DE MOANDA (E3MG) resulting from a close collaboration between COMILOG and the Government of Gabon. (COMILOG, La Compagnie Minière de l’Ogooué , is an ERAMET group)   COMILOG operates one of the world’s largest manganese deposits and has just commissioned a new manganese metal manufacturing unit with a potential production of 30 t/day of metal.   COMILOG needs engineers to constantly improve and maintain its production organisation in a country with complicated and erratic logistics. COMILOG has therefore decided to recruit and train the best students in the area to meet its objectives. All training courses in Process Engineering are provided in French, by the École Nationale Supérieure d’Ingénieur de l’Industrie Chimique de Nancy. The Laboratoire / Atelier GENIE DES PROCEDES is equipped with French material by a company based in Lyon, managed by a former student of ENSIC. This company has […]
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20 May 2021

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7 November 2020

Study on skill requirements for the future Energy Training Centre of Saint Louis, Senegal

This is a study project conducted, during the 3rd quarter of 2020, by the partnership of two ACP partner members: Apave (subsidiary in Senegal) and PEC (Pro Educ Consultants) Main objectives: Project to Support the Development of Skills and Youth Entrepreneurship in Promising Sectors (PDCEJ) This training centre will enable the country to respond quickly to the need for qualified human resources, which are essential for their energy sector, linked, mainly, to its ongoing or identified projects for the production of hydrocarbons and LNG. It will also make it possible, in the longer term, to support the developments induced by the industrial use (conversion of power stations to gas) as well as sectoral/individual gas (gas network and infrastructure). The mining industry, highly developed in the country, is also a major consumer of energy and a major employer, could also benefit from the training centre’s ability to develop technical skills. Financing: African Development Bank: 4 million euros Contact: Ministry of Employment and Vocational Training (PDCEJ) Work carried out by the PEC experts: Methodologically, the approach initially involves defining and quantifying current and future needs, as precise and reliable as possible. The data already available have been refined by using the framing […]
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