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Member Since: Sat, 8th Aug 2009

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Today 11:08

Now we are into March and got the intrims out the way which were very positive what with the well all sorted out in February , lets look forward to the power stations getting connected , just food for thought though Dangote has been testing it`s plant it would have need gas for the testing , VOG has said it just needs to do a couple of final connections are they for the genset at the power house that is 90% complete .

Sun 17:56

100 MW shortfall in power start of 2015

Wednesday, 11 February 2015 07:22

(Business in Cameroon) - Cameroon’s electrical energy production deficit has been reaching daily highs of 100 MW since the start of 2015, which coincides with the dry season when water levels in the dams used by Energy of Cameroon (Eneo), the public electricity provider, fall considerably.

This figure revealed by the government daily publication concerns primarily the interconnected south network (RIS), which excludes Cameroon’s northern region.

In order to address the shortage, which is expected to last at least until March 2015, the electricity company and the Cameroonian authorities decided to implement emergency measures such as re-opening the 60 MW Ahala thermal plant run by the British company, Aggreko.
Sun 09:11

target / typo
Sun 09:10

well VOG have been on terget everytime in the last year and to everything they are doing to the power stations
Sun 08:40

Just going back on the RNS , I see we peeked at 5.3 scuffs a day which really is starting to push up the thermals , this month the power stations will be on line this could even be in 2 weeks time , as it`s the dry season the minimum scuffs will be 9 scuffs aday from the power stations ( VOG are saying they will sell more than the 9 ) I would have thought 10 - 12 scuffs a day dry season , my scuffs target dry season is comimg to reality of 17 scuffs a day dry season it could even peek to 18 scuffs aday, Dangote should be on line this month to another 0.5 scuffs a day.they also use gensets in all their factories that would add another 2 scuffs aday , their power house is nearly ready .

hense in the rns

In the release of our 2014 Annual Report we quoted our 7 day week July 2014 production of 3.9mmscf/d at GDC. Since then, from August 2014 to January 2015 inclusive, our monthly average daily rate based on a 7 day week has ranged from 3.9 to 4.4mmscf/d. For the same period our monthly average daily rate based on a 5 day working week has ranged from 4.1 to 4.6mmscf/d and the monthly daily peak production rates have ranged from 4.5 to 5.3mmscf/d.

I am proud to report that GDC has substantially completed its scope of work for the ENEO project construction phase and safely built and tested gas pipelines to both stations. We have issued a completion certificate for the Bassa station and expect to complete the Logbaba station within two weeks. The project is scheduled to be online by the end of Q1 2015 and if this is achieved, as we expect, it will represent a remarkable success for the GDC, ENEO and Altaaqa teams. Progressing from signing legally binding terms sheets in late December 2014 to delivering 50MW to the grid approximately three months later is outstanding.

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