The Southern African oil & gas sector: analysis and forecast

Tuesday, January 29, 2013



In this article Infield Systems reviews what is happening in the Southern and Eastern African oil & gas sector, analysing available data on current operations, especially offshore, known opportunities, and analyse the resulting markets.

In particular, we describe operations offshore in Namibia, South Africa, Madagascar, Juan De Nova, the Comoros Islands, Mozambique, Tanzania, Kenya and the Seychelles.

An example is shown below for offshore Kenya:



We also describe current opportunities in Namibia, South Africa, Juan De Nova, Mozambique, Tanzania and Kenya.

An example is shown below for onshore South Africa:



Finally we analyse by country the regional markets for subsea wells, pipeline installations (kms), control lines (kms) and platforms, and give a summary of likely CAPEX ($m).

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