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Exploration’s back in the black

After a difficult few years, the exploration sector is back in the black – and keen to stay there. New…

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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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16th Africa Independents Forum Set For London in May

As one of the foremost events on the international Oil and Gas calendar, the 16th Africa Independents Forum, which will…

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Fiscal revisions may unlock Sub-Sahara Africa’s 48 billion barrels of discovered oil

Wood Mackenzie asserts that the oil price crash has accelerated the need for fiscal adjustments, as Sub Sahara African governments…

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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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Horizons 2015: What to look for in the year ahead

[twitter-follow screen_name=’oilnewskenya’] Source: Wood Mackenzie Macroeconomics: Asia’s consumers are key “The rate at which China’s economy rebalances away from investment and…

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LNG from East Africa – how the odds are stacked

Story by lexology.com How much gas? Vast amounts. Mozambique alone is estimated to have gas reserves of up to 150 trillion…

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$4bn Uganda to Kenya pipeline key to unlocking reserves

[twitter-follow screen_name=’oilnewskenya’] Wood Mackenzie’s latest upstream analysis asserts that the proposed 1,400 kilometre (km) pipeline, from central Uganda to Lamu…