Senegal Playing Smart, So Far, With Its Oil and Gas Findings

Senegal Playing Smart, So Far, With Its Oil and Gas Findings

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    Tidiane Gueye Reply

    Hi John,
    Congratulations first for your writing. Very interesting.
    I would like to know more about the subjects and interact with you.

    Br,
    Tidiane

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    AMDY MOUSTAPHA MOUHAMED KA Reply

    It is very important but becarful for that

  3. Counterintelligence from Michael_Novakhov (51 sites): Eurasia Review: Senegal Surfs Offshore Winds To Power West Africa – OpEd – Global Security News Reply

    […] to produce first gas in 2021. Its approach to these plays has thus far been careful to prioritize transparency and avoid the resource curse. In February, it reelected President Macky Sall, who has past […]

  4. Counterintelligence from Michael_Novakhov (51 sites): Eurasia Review: Senegal Surfs Offshore Winds To Power West Africa – OpEd – Global Security Review Reply

    […] to produce first gas in 2021. Its approach to these plays has thus far been careful to prioritize transparency and avoid the resource curse. In February, it reelected President Macky Sall, who has past […]

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