Africa Energy Frontiers: South Sudan
22 Apr 2016
This week, we publish our Africa Energy Frontiers guide to South Sudan. South Sudan is the world’s newest nation, having gained its independence from Sudan in 2011, and is a mature oil producer with great potential.
Africa Energy Frontiers: Liberia
21 Mar 2016
This week, we publish our Africa Energy Frontiers guide to Liberia. Liberia’s oil and gas industry is undeveloped and its offshore is underexplored. Still, new regulations and contract regimes have prepared the market for a surge in activity.
Africa Energy Frontiers: Madagascar
9 Mar 2016
This week, we publish our Africa Energy Frontiers guide to Madagascar. Recovered from the political instability of 2009, Madagascar has been positioning itself as a business friendly market for companies interested in frontier oil exploration.
Africa Energy Frontiers: Angola
12 Jan 2016
The third biggest economy by GDP in Sub-Saharan Africa and the continent’s second biggest oil producer, Angola has a highly developed and advanced oil industry.
Africa Energy Frontiers: Gabon
14 Oct 2015
One of Africa’s oldest producers, Gabon’s oil and gas sector has been reinvigorated by new deepwater exploration and a reform of hydrocarbons legislation in 2014.
Africa Energy Frontiers: Cameroon
10 Sep 2015
Cameroon is now experiencing an uptick in production, revitalizing a previously declin- ing sector. Dedication to gas development and an increase in oil production in 2014 point to a fresh round of opportunities in this mature province.
Africa Energy Frontiers: Comoros
25 Aug 2015
The Comoros archipelago borders massive gas discoveries in Tanzania and Mozambique to the west, but oil and gas exploration activity has been limited to date.
Africa Energy Frontiers: Congo Brazzaville
12 Aug 2015
The geological features and legal framework of Congo Brazzaville (known formally as The Republic of the Congo) have made the country an attractive oil and gas province, despite its reduced oil output in recent years.