Symbion Power Announces Two Deals As Trump's Africa Plan Unveiled

The Trump administration's 'Prosper Africa' initiative will encourage more American firms to enter into trade and investment deals across the continent, energy executive Paul Hinks says in a guest column for AllAfrica. Hinks' company, Symbion Power, announced two innovative projects in Rwanda and Kenya during the U.S.-Africa Business Summit in Maputo. Also at the #AfricaBizSummit was the signing of a $20 billion liquefied natural gas export project in Mozambique by Anadarko Oil, said to be the largest single investment in Africa by an American company.

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At the Prosper Africa Deals Press Event during the CCA U.S.-Africa Business Summit in Maputo, (left to right) Andrew Herscowitz, Power Africa Coordinator, Abe Schneider, Co-Founder and CTO, Natel Energy, Paul Hinks, CEO Symbion Power, Ramsey Day, Senior Deputy Assistant Administrator for the Africa Bureau, USAID



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