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Outlook for Africa’s oil & gas industry improves – PwC report

The outlook for Africa’s oil & gas industry is positive amid difficult operating and economic headwinds. Tough economic and external…

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2018 Our oil and gas predictions – Ashurst

Oil price stability With the oil price pushing through to the US$70 mark, and further confidence that the price will…

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Global exploration: 5 things to look for in 2018 – Wood Mackenzie

Economic outlook brighter; fierce competition for quality plays 2018’s mantra will be to keep the focus on simpler wells. With…

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Diversification, consolidation and ongoing efficiency measures will be hallmarks of oil and gas sector in 2017

New research by DNV GL, the technical advisor to the oil and gas industry, shows oil and gas companies seeking…

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World Bank Raises 2016 Oil Price Forecast

The World Bank is raising its 2016 forecast for crude oil prices to $43 per barrel from $41 per barrel…

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Richmond Energy Partners publishes 2016 State of Exploration Report

Richmond Energy Partners (REP) has published its seventh annual ‘State of Exploration’ report, which benchmarks the performance of international conventional…

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Kenya’s Annual Receipts Could Reach $3 Billion Annually Once Oil Price Rebounds

A discussion paper dubbed “Potential Government Revenues from Turkana Oil” released in April 2016 estimate that annual receipts to the…

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Jacka Resources Considers Relinquishment of Tanzania Ruhuhu Block

ASX listed Jacka Resources has said its management is exploring all options including relinquishment as farm-out campaign initiated in September…

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Need To Cut Upstream costs,Have Reasonable Local Content Requirements in Sub-Sahara Africa – – Wood Mackenzie

As only one third of the continent’s pre-sanction projects are economical at less than US$50 per barrel ($/bbl), Wood Mackenzie…

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Loss Making Atlas Development focuses more on Ethiopia and Tanzania as activity in Kenya reduces

Nairobi securities exchange listed company Atlas Development has said it is now eyeing the Ethiopian and Tanzanian markets as oil…