Uganda's embryonic oil and gas sector has been calculated to bring more than US$40bn into the economy over the next 25 years . (Image source: Adobe Stock)

Irene Bateebe, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development (MEMD), Uganda, has announced in a media briefing that Uganda will launch its energy transition plan at the upcoming COP28 being held in the UAE in November, with a key role envisaged for the oil and gas sector in generating financing for the energy transition

Growth for gas demand will primarily arise from alternative markets such as those in Asia, the Middle East and Africa. (Image source: Adobe Stock)

According to the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) medium-term forecast, growth in global demand for natural gas is set to decelerate following a peak in mature markets

African Review has revamped its digital presence. (Image source: Alain Charles Publishing)

African Review of Business and Technology has launched a new platform to provide an enhanced, user-friendly experience

East African mega ventures are heightening the need for power infrastructure. (Image source: Adobe Stock)

With big infrastructure projects taking shape across East Africa, developing a reliable power sector is now more important than ever, with technology, innovation and ingenuity becoming just as significant as cash and old-school connections, writes Martin Clark

Vertiv introduces energy-efficient, scalable Liebert APM2 UPS with compact design, high efficiency, and intelligent paralleling for edge computing. (Image source: Vertiv)

Vertiv, a global provider of critical digital infrastructure and continuity solutions, has introduced the Vertiv Liebert APM2, a new energy-efficient and scalable power solution to its uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems portfolio

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