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The agreement grants concession rights to Silwana Diamond to explore and extract oil from oil fields in Areas (4 & 5) in the Guinea-Bissau, where the oil reserves in these two areas are estimated at 3 billion barrels of crude oil. The Emirati company will obtain one billion barrels in the first years with a value of $70 billion.
The agreement grants concession rights to Silwana Diamond to explore and extract oil from oil fields in Areas (4 & 5) in the Guinea-Bissau, where the oil reserves in these two areas are estimated
In laboratory tests, ethyl acetate extracts of Hyptis suaveolens Poit. from Guinea-Bissau and Rhododendon tomentosum (Stokes) H. Harmaja (formerly Ledum palustre L.) and Myrica gale L. significantly reduced probing activity of
In a previous agreement, Guinea-Bissau’s proportion of the prospective oil and gas area was far lower at merely 15%. The renegotiations began at the end of 2014. The renegotiations began at the
Wild Edible Plants are common in the diet of rural communities of sub-Saharan Africa. In Guinea-Bissau, West Africa, wild plant resources are widely used in human diet, but very few studies have addressed them. The aim of this study is to reveal: (1) the wild and semi-cultivated leafy vegetables con
OverviewLeading Sub-SectorsOpportunitiesResourcesThe Guinean government sets the price of gasoline at the retail level, subsidizing prices to ease the burden on consumers and changing prices according to the demands of international lenders and the global price of gasoline. Due to a decrease in world oil prices in 2015, the government reduced the price of gasoline from 10,000 GNF/liter to 9,000 GNF in February 2015 and then t
Oil Palm in Basse-Guinée and Guinée ForestièreHistory of Oil Palm Use in The Bas-Fleuve District, DRCOil Palms in Benin: The Inconvenient TruthThe Oil Palm Sector in Côte d’IvoireNotes(by Alphonse Yombouno, ADAPE-Guinée) The oil palm is has long been valued for its versatility. All parts of the plant, from the roots to the flowers to the by-products, are used for food, traditional medicine, and for their important sociocultural value. Palm groves and oil processing, along with the other service在grain.org上查看更多信息
Guinea-Bissau’s young and growing population is sustained by high fertility; approximately 60% of the population is under the age of 25. Its large reproductive-age population and total fertility rate of more than 4 children per woman offsets the country’s high infant and maternal mortality rates.
flower extract in coconut oil 94.5% protection against Ae. aegypti and Ae. albopictus for one hour laboratory study  periodic thermal expulsion (leaves) 42.4% protection against An. gambiae s.s semi-field study in Kenya  spp.
Oil plays a vast and vital role in our society as it is organized today. Oil represents much more than just one of the main energy sources used by mankind. Besides being an important energy source, petroleum products serve as