Present at the Qatar Africa Business Forum, which was held last March, Choguel Maïga, Prime Minister of Maliplayed the “gold mines” card, ” of the gas reserves”, “diversification of partnerships” and “progressive security stability” to attract foreign investors. A creed adopted, two months later, by Lamine Seydou Traoré, Malian Minister of Mines and Energy, on the occasion of the Mining Indaba, the high mass of the mining industry organized in Cape Town. Seeking to be reassuring for investors, who ont slowed down in his country after the West African embargo imposed after the seizure of power in Bamako by the military junta led by Assimi Goïta, the Minister asked them to come and contribute to the development of the hydrocarbon resources of his country.
The future African kings of oil… and gas
Today, relieved after the lifting of economic sanctions and financial of