While the production of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in Africa historically has been concentrated in Nigeria, Algeria, Egypt and Libya, the prospects for gas in the rest of Africa have steadily increased in recent years.
The International Monetary Fund has predicted that the African continent is expected to become the world’s second-fastest growing economy by 2020. This growth, however, is contingent upon substantial infrastructure investments.
Installing a reliable supply of electricity across the continent is perhaps the greatest need, since an insufficient and intermittent power supply acts as a deterrent to investment in projects on the continent.
As part of its commitment to enhancing the quality of life in the communities where it operates, APR Energy – a global leader in fast-track power solutions – presented a refurbished and lighted outdoor basketball and volleyball facility to the Ngor community of Dakar, the capital of Senegal.
Mobile fast-track power is a solution that offers mining operations a unique value proposition: fast, flexible and full-service.
APR Energy’s mobile diesel generators have served as the sole power source for the crucial operations of the mine, which operates independently from the local grid system.