Africa Could Transform Global Energy
by Tom McGregor    Wed, Oct 24, 2012, 07:34 PM
Africa Botswana.jpgRecent discoveries have revealed that East Africa holds an abundance of natural resources such as coal, oil and gas that could transform global energy markets.

BBC reports that, “Ghana started producing oil in December 2010 and there is further exploration all along the West African coastline. Only five of Africa’s 54 countries are not either producing or looking for oil.”

Additionally, diamond-rich Botswana has enjoyed relatively stable and transparent economic growth for decades. The nation has managed to retain some of its profits by processing its raw materials.

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