Beneficiaries of Shell’s imminent divestment from Nigeria, the big Moza-S.A Gas pipeline sale and a list of Angolan oil producers and their current output, are some of the key highlights of the June-July 2021 edition of the monthly Africa Oil+Gas Report, just released.
There are briefings on the largest non-state hydrocarbon producers in Africa, reasons for the unlikely completion of the OB3 gas pipeline until mid- 2022, and full rig activity count for Angola and Nigeria, in the edition, which has been e-distributed, in pdf format, to the trade journal’s tens of thousands of paying subscribers around the globe.
Six updated activity maps, including Ghana’s, Mozambique’s, Angola’s, Nigeria’s, an Africa map of independents and a map of Nigeria’s recent bid round winners, are part of this valuable publishing package.
The theme of the current issue is the E&P practices of foreign independents operating in Africa, with some of the highlights of the rich, market intelligence filled, 48-page industry trade journal listed below…
INDEPENDENTS’ DAY ANNUAL 2021
- The TOP Foreign Indies in Africa, their Production
- Indies’ Shift from Fronter Exploration to Field Optimisation
- ReconAfrica, the Exception, Probes a New Basin in Namibia
- MAP of Indies’ Oil, Gas Output across the continent
- Apache in Egypt, Perenco in five Francophone Countries, jostle for lead Independent
FARM IN FARM OUT
- Beneficiaries of Shell’s Nigerian Divestment
- S/Sudan in Historic Bid Round
- MAP of Nigerian Bid Round Winners
IN THE NEWS
- How Shell Exit May Impair Nigerian Economy
- Sasol: The big Moz-SA Gas Pipeline Sale
- Angolan Operators’ Production
- Nigerian Indigenous Producers’ Updates
- Angolan Rig Activity June 2021
- Nigerian Rig Activity, May, June, 2021