The Offshore South & East Africa Oil and Gas Activity Map


During the years 2010 to 2014 the South & East Africa region was making world-class gas discoveries, namely Mamba, Windjammer, Golfinho, Zafarani, Chaza, Mamba and many more. Leading to estimates of up to 370+tcf of possible gas reserves.

East Africa alone could be harbouring more than 250tcf of gas and 14.5 billion barrels of oil. Drilling success rate has proven outstanding, gas particularly, oil more elusive.

Super-major ENI, recently reached FID of the Coral South gas field in Mozambique, looking to develop the project through a floating LNG production facility. This could be the first of many new developments over the coming years.

Discoveries of major fields have led to legislative change. Leading to regional governments still keen to seek and retain investment from international players.

South and East Africa stands out as a global region of interest.

The development of oil and gas in this region will provide a major stimulus to the local economies and will require extensive upgrading of the existing infrastructure. Governments across the region are already looking at how to harness the rewards of the industry to benefit their economies.

As the above coverage map indicates, the full South & East African region will be featured within one single wall map.

Topical Coverage:
- Operational Offshore Oil and Gas and Condensate Fields
- Operational Offshore Oil and Gas Fixed and Floating Installations
- Subsea Installations
- Offshore Discoveries and Project Hot-spots
- Offshore Licence Blocks - Operated and Non-operated
- Operational and Future Pipelines

Geographical Coverage:
- Countries and Median Lines
- Offshore Bathymetry
- Major Cities, Towns and Ports - including Construction, Conversion and Fabrication yards

Page Size: 58.5 x 41.5 in (1485 x 1050 mm)

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