Oil prices continue to decline as U.S-China trade war deepens
Oil prices are down in early trade, as rising U.S crude inventories and weak economic data from China erased some of the sharp gains from Tuesday's 4.7 per cent surge. To review the global oil markets and the impact on Nigeria's oil and gas space, Rolake Akinkugbe-Filani, Senior Vice President and Head of Energy and Natural Resources at FBNQuest Merchant Bank joins CNBC Africa for more.
Can Siemens save Nigeria's chaotic power sector?
The Nigerian government has agreed to a deal with the German energy company in an attempt to fix the country's unreliable electricity grid.
Nigeria’s Arnergy raises $9mn for renewable energy
The renewable energy company, Arnergy has raised $9million in a Series A round of financing. Femi Adeyemo, co-Founder of Arnergy joins CNBC Africa for more.
Berlin students take on the energy planning of their schools
A project involving 10,000 students in the city's Pankow district is teaching kids how to manage and redesign the energy consumption of their schools.
Can renewable energy save Uganda's Rwenzori glacier?
The people at the foot of the Rwenzori glacier in Uganda want a switch to renewable energy to save the snow on the mountaintop, which is melting fast. Their goal: 100 percent green energy by 2020. Will they succeed?
Natural gas slides as brutal cold grips U.S. Midwest
In "Futures In Focus," Alan Knuckman of Agora Financial examines the impact of bitter cold U.S. weather on energy markets.
Energy efficient lighting in Zimbabwe
After a government ban on the use of incandescent light bulbs, a local company produces LED bulbs that use 80% less energy and last six times as long.
How solar energy is lighting up Kenya's future
From charging mobile phones to supplying energy for factories, one new company is exploring the potential of solar energy in Kenya and throughout East Africa.
Assessing the investment risk in Nigeria’s energy sector
Nigeria’s Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo says the country will require one trillion dollars to modernise its energy infrastructure in 29 years. Oyeyemi Oke, Partner at A02 Law joins CNBC Africa to assess the investment risk in Nigeria’s energy sector.