These revelations and more are reported in the recent Natural gas in Africa – The frontiers of the Golden Age report by a leading consultancy. Findings in the report show that with open access and attractive leasing terms, Africa’s oil and natural gas resources continue to attract a broad spectrum of investors.
Map the growth of African gas
This comprehensive report spotlights Africa’s rapidly evolving natural gas sector, with gas production on the continent expected to almost double by 2035. While the West African gas growth will continue as flaring is reduced and local gas infrastructure is developed, the big future for African gas lies in the East of Africa with the massive offshore gas discoveries in East Africa, particularly in Mozambique and Tanzania.
At African Utility Week, we take up the discussion on conventional gas and unconventional gas prospects in Africa; how these energize the generation mix; and adaptions in the legislative and regulatory environment that may be required.
African Utility Week will take place from 13 – 16 May 2013 in Cape Town, the home of innovation, and is Africa’s only platform focusing on technology, business, investments and policies to harness Africa’s power potential where you can:
- Forge partnerships
- Share best practices
- Stimulate African growth
- Influence trends
- Spur innovation and trade