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|Title: ||Energy Cooperation in Southern Africa: What Role for Norway? Report from the Seminar on Regional Energy Co-operation, Luanda, 12-14 February 2002|
|Authors: ||Isaksen, Jan|
|Keywords: ||Regional Integration|
|Issue Date: ||2002 |
|Publisher: ||Chr. Michelsen Institute|
|Series/Report no.: ||CMI Working paper|
WP 2002: 4
|Abstract: ||This Working Paper contains a full report from a Seminar on Regional Energy Co-operation, Luanda, 12-14 February 2002. Norwegian involvement in the energy sector in Southern Africa is considerable. Energy is a major area in Norwegian co-operation and includes a number of countries within SADC.
There has been rapid change in the sector, which has moved from being an infrastructure sector to a commodity production sector. Also, the ongoing institutional changes in SADC will have an effect on its relation to energy. The donors’ role must change accordingly.
Important objectives of the seminar were to discuss the changes in the sector in the region and to improve the level of information in order to make better decisions.|
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