How to build a pipeline for Senegal’s oil development
Senegal has a pipeline that could boost its oil production in Africa and the Middle East.
Senegal’s Senegalese Energy Pipeline (SENEG) is expected to be ready to deliver crude oil from the country’s oil fields to European markets by the end of 2019.
Senegal is also building a pipeline to carry refined petroleum products to the African market, including diesel and petrol.
Senegal has about 10 million barrels of oil under its belt and is one of the largest producers of oil in the world.
Senegal had one of its largest spills in its history in December of 2015, when a tank ruptured near the capital Dakar.
According to reports, the spill killed more than 100 people, including a child, and triggered the worst oil spill in the region’s history.
Senegal, which has some of the world’s largest crude reserves, has been struggling to secure a pipeline network for decades.
The project to build the pipeline was announced in 2013 by the President of Senegal, Emine Aboujaid, and the Prime Minister of Senegal Mohamed Ould Sebe.
Senegals pipeline will bring crude from the Senegas oil fields and its terminals to Europe, and it will be a vital link in the oil trade.
Senegal already has a long-standing pipeline to the Black Sea that is used to transport refined petroleum product from the oil fields.
According the government, the pipeline will carry about 2.2 million barrels a day (bpd) of crude oil and 1.5 million bpd of refined petroleum gas.
The pipeline, which is expected, will connect the Senes gas fields to ports in Algeria and Tunisia.
The Senegal pipeline will help boost Senegal’s energy independence and help to diversify the economy.
The country, which currently exports oil, gas and coal, has experienced a drop in oil production from recent years.
The main reason is a shortage of oil from its oil fields, and a lack of foreign investment.
Senegal currently relies on international oil companies for oil exports.
In 2015, a new pipeline, the Senemal-Makamba pipeline, was approved.
The two pipelines, which are currently under construction, will bring about 1.3 million bp of crude to Europe.
Senegal recently signed an agreement with the European Union to expand its pipeline network, which will bring more refined petroleum and refined petroleum gasses to Europe and Africa.
The agreement includes a project to transport the refined petroleum from the Maksa field to the port of Bissau, which in turn will transport the imported refined petroleum to the ports of Bordeaux and Marseilles.
The refinery will be connected to the pipeline.
The deal is expected in 2019, according to the Senégas government.