Côte d’Ivoire energy transformation: Sahara Group acquires two new liquefied natural gas (LPG) vessels

Côte d’Ivoire energy transformation: Sahara Group acquires two new liquefied natural gas (LPG) vessels

Leading energy and infrastructure conglomerate Sahara Group has ordered two new liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) vessels worth 46 billion CFAF from the Hyundai MIPO shipyard in Ulsan, South Korea. Sud, to increase the availability and supply of clean energy in Côte d ‘Ivoire. The name MT SAPET (combined name of Sahara and Petroci) with the … Read more

Success with travel subscriptions

Success with travel subscriptions

The desire to leave the French is not weakened. This is evidenced by the very sharp increase in Prime subscriptions at eDreams ODIGEO. In fact, they went from 600,000 to 2,900,000 in 2 years Like the meta-model that Amazon represents, primary subscribers turn out to be overconsumers, as explained by Benoît Crespin, France’s manager for … Read more

Blockchain for the travel industry: Chain4Travel closes seven-digit seed investment

Blockchain for the travel industry: Chain4Travel closes seven-digit seed investment

Tech startup Chain4Travel has successfully closed a start-up financing of 4.3 million Swiss francs. The newly raised capital ensures rapid growth for the company as well as the launch of its blockchain and its first applications later this year. Chain4Travel pursues an innovative concept for the use of blockchain technology in the international travel industry: … Read more

Boeing’s Starliner capsule passes the key test despite some hiccups

Boeing’s Starliner capsule passes the key test despite some hiccups

The capsule, which had no passengers on board, landed Wednesday night in the desert of the U.S. state of New Mexico. Starliner, Boeing’s space capsule, landed Wednesday night and successfully completed a crucial test mission for the company, which wants to prove its ability to transport NASA astronauts to the International Space Station (ISS). also … Read more

Gold laundering in the Tnr desert: Gold fever in the Djado valley despite isolation and security risks

Gold laundering in the Tnr desert: Gold fever in the Djado valley despite isolation and security risks

In the context of worrying economic and security situations in Kawar (Agadez region), an unexpected new activity suddenly appeared in early 2014 in this northern Niger: gold panning after the discovery of a first site in the Djado Valley. A few months later, another place, the Tchibarakaten, was put into operation, about thirty km from … Read more

The Battle of Bir Hakeim “Increased Allied Confidence in Free France”

The Battle of Bir Hakeim “Increased Allied Confidence in Free France”

With World War II already raging for two and a half years, the forces of the United Kingdom, Commonwealth and Free France fought heroically from May 27 to June 11, 1942 in Bir Hakeim, an oasis in the middle of the Libyan desert. Although this battle was technically a defeat, the two weeks of fighting … Read more