The Kenya Upstream Sector Activity Outlook 2019 presents an in-depth assessment of the upstream sector in Kenya including a look through the history of exploration that commenced with activity by BP and Shell in the early 1950’s. The outlook is segmented into two looking at the period between 1950 and 2007 where no commercial discoveries were made and the period between 2010 and 2018. The report also forecasts expected activity over the next 12 months and highlights various long term projects such as the early oil pilot scheme and development of fields in North Western Kenya.
This outlook answers several questions for stakeholders, primarily which market segments they should focus upon during the next 12 months to prioritize their efforts and investments. These stakeholders include: engineering consulting firms, geophysical contractors, equipment providers, logistics companies, drilling contractors, research institutions, security firms, catering providers among others.
Our primary sources for the information therein include corporate presentations, financial statements, press releases, one on one interviews, SEC filings, government and related agencies announcements, news articles to name but a few.
This 23 page report looks into activity including seismic acquisition, basin opener drilling and appraisal, license applications, early oil pilot scheme, oil pipeline and halted activity in the currently active licensed exploration blocks in Kenya and guarantees you will remain better informed than your competition.
The outlook can be downloaded directly by purchasing it online or through M-PESA by sending Kshs. 10,000 to +254724684368 after which a downloadable file will be sent via email.