Finance and Policy

Tracking countries climate action IRL shows needle isn’t moving

Momentum to update 2030 targets for climate action has stalled since May, with no major emitters releasing stronger climate targets, says a new analysis released today by Climate Action Tracker.

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Development bank prioritises energy transition through new ESG policy

Energy-focused multilateral development bank, the Arab Petroleum Investments Corporation (APICORP) has reinforced its commitment to the energy transition by committing to a new environment, social and governance (ESG) policy framework.

Making Nigeria’s petroleum industry attractive to investors

If properly implemented, the state-owned Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation will be purely commercial with the intention of maximising its return on investment.

New act to improve driver behaviour and safety on the road

Solutions that combine telematics and AI have become essential for fleet managers and drivers, helping them pre-empt risks, reduce costs, and improve driving behaviour.
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Africa’s e-mobility needs to expand charging infrastructure

The number of electric vehicles in Africa could increase significantly if only charging infrastructure could keep up with market interest. Strides in micro-mobility in East Africa point to a potential growth point.
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Nuclear security in Burkina Faso observed by IAEA advisory mission

On request from the Burkina Faso government, an International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) team of experts from Lebanon, Niger, Senegal and the agency completed a nuclear security advisory mission to the country.
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Angola oil company exchanges black for green in restructuring

Angola’s National Oil Company Sonangol has announced it is going public, restructuring as a comprehensive National Energy Company rather than strictly oil focused.

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