Friday Apr 11
Cable compendium: a guide to the week's submarine and terrestrial developments
Work on the Congolese portion of the Central African Backbone is expected to start in June 2014, with the deployment expected to last 18 months, ahead of a January 2016 launch.
The Motley Fool
Cliffs Natural Resources Delisting Puts Pressure on Shares
The delisting is expected on May 7. Thus, NYSE will remain the sole exchange where Cliffs Natural Resources' shares are traded.
Alderon Commences Work at Its Proposed Terminal Site Near the Port of Sept-Iles
Alderon Iron Ore Corp. is pleased to announce that it has commenced preliminary work for the Pointe-Noire Terminal facility at the Port of Sept-Iles, Quebec.
Recently released market study: Congo Oil & Gas Report Q2 2014
As the country struggles with a steady decline in production and a lag of new replacement projects in the near term, the government is sending strong signals that it realises measures have to be taken to reverse the trend by modernising the regulatory system, cooperating with its neighbour Angola and standing firm on its commitment to what could be ... (more)
Tyler Morning Telegraph
Mercy Ships announces selection of new managing director
Mercy Ships announced this week that Roland Decorvet, chairman and CEO of Nestl China, will be joining Mercy Ships as managing director of the Africa Mercy, the largest civilian hospital ship in the world.