H1 2019 Production and Capital Expenditure Outlook for Key Planned and Announced Upstream Projects in Sub-Saharan Africa – Nigeria Dominates Crude Production and Capex Outlook – ResearchAndMarkets.com

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“H1 2019 Production and Capital Expenditure Outlook for Key Planned and
Announced Upstream Projects in Sub-Saharan Africa – Nigeria Dominates
Crude Production and Capex Outlook”, reveals that besides crude
production, Nigeria will also contribute 25% of sub-Saharan Africa’s
total natural gas production from planned and announced projects in 2025.

In sub-Saharan Africa, a total of 70 crude and natural gas projects are
expected to start operations during 2019-2025. Among these, 18 represent
the number of planned projects with identified development plans and 52
represent the number of early-stage announced projects that are
undergoing conceptual studies and that are expected to get approved for
development. Major projects in Sub-Saharan Africa are expected to
contribute up to 2.3 million barrels per day to global crude and
condensate production, and 9.6 billion cubic feet per day to global gas
production in 2025.

Nigeria leads sub-Saharan Africa with crude and condensate production of
1,046,940 barrels per day (bd) in 2025. Nigeria will contribute 46% of
sub-Saharan Africa’s total crude production from planned and announced
projects (greenfield projects) in 2025. Angola follows Nigeria with
production of 422,652 bd in 2025. Uganda, Congo Republic and Chad are
the next biggest contributors, with around 15% of sub-Saharan Africa’s
total crude and condensate production from planned and announced
projects.

Nigeria is continuing to ramp-up its crude and natural gas production
mainly for exports. Major crude oil projects such as Bonga
Southwest/Aparo, and Owowo West, and gas projects such as Ohaji South
and Uzu will help the country to maintain production lead in sub-Saharan
Africa.

In terms of number of planned oil and gas projects, Nigeria also leads
among countries with eight projects, followed by Mozambique and Chad
with two projects each. In terms of announced projects, Nigeria once
again leads with 21 projects, followed by Angola with seven projects.

Scope

  • Oil and gas production outlook by key countries and companies in
    sub-Saharan Africa for 2019-2025
  • Planned and announced projects count and starts by key countries and
    companies in the region
  • Details of key planned and announced crude and natural gas projects in
    sub-Saharan Africa
  • Capex and opex outlook by key countries and companies in the region.

Reasons to Buy

  • Understand oil and gas production outlook for sub-Saharan Africa
  • Keep abreast of key planned and announced production projects in the
    region
  • Facilitate decision making on the basis of strong data on oil and gas
    projects in sub-Saharan Africa
  • Develop business strategies with the help of specific insights on
    sub-Saharan Africa production and capex outlook
  • Assess your competitor’s planned oil and gas production projects.

Key Topics Covered:

1 Tables & Figures

2. Production and Capital Expenditure Outlook for Sub-Saharan
Africa to 2025

2.1. Key Highlights

2.2. Major Planned and Announced Projects Count by Country in
Sub-Saharan Africa

2.2.1. Planned Project Starts by Country in Sub-Saharan Africa

2.2.2. Announced Project Starts by Country in Sub-Saharan Africa

2.3. Major Planned and Announced Projects by Terrain in Sub-Saharan
Africa

2.4. Key Economic Metrics of Major Planned and Announced Projects by
Country in Sub-Saharan Africa

2.4.1. Remaining NPV vis–vis Remaining Break-Even Crude Oil Price by
Country

2.4.2. Remaining NPV vis–vis Remaining Break-Even Natural Gas Price by
Country

2.4.3. Remaining Break-even Oil Price vis–vis Production Start Year by
Country

2.4.4. Remaining Break-even Gas Price vis–vis Production Start Year by
Country

2.5. Crude Production from Major Planned and Announced Projects by
Country in Sub-Saharan Africa

2.5.1. Total Crude Production from Major Planned and Announced Projects
by Key Countries in Sub-Saharan Africa

2.5.2. Crude Production from Major Planned Projects by Key Countries in
Sub-Saharan Africa

2.5.3. Crude Production from Major Announced Projects by Key Countries
in Sub-Saharan Africa

2.6. Key Planned and Announced Crude Projects in Sub-Saharan Africa

2.6.1. Planned Crude Projects

2.6.2. Announced Crude Projects

2.7. Gas Production from Major Planned and Announced Projects by Country
in Sub-Saharan Africa

2.7.1. Total Gas Production from Major Planned and Announced Projects by
Key Countries in Sub-Saharan Africa

2.7.2. Gas Production from Major Planned Projects by Key Countries in
Sub-Saharan Africa

2.7.3. Gas Production from Major Announced Projects by Key Countries in
Sub-Saharan Africa

2.8. Key Planned and Announced Gas Projects

2.8.1. Planned Gas Projects

2.8.2. Announced Gas Projects

2.9. Production Outlook and Contribution from Major Planned and
Announced Projects

2.10. Capex Outlook for Major Planned and Announced Projects by Country
in Sub-Saharan Africa

2.11. Opex Outlook for Major Planned and Announced Projects by Country
in Sub-Saharan Africa

2.12. Major Planned and Announced Projects Count by Operator in
Sub-Saharan Africa

2.13. Crude Production from Major Planned and Announced Projects by
Company in Sub-Saharan Africa

2.13.1. Total Crude Production from Major Planned and Announced Projects
by Key Companies

2.13.2. Crude Production from Major Planned Projects by Key Companies

2.13.3. Crude Production from Major Announced Projects by Key Companies

2.14. Gas Production from Major Planned and Announced Projects by
Company in Sub-Saharan Africa

2.14.1. Total Gas Production from Major Planned and Announced Projects
by Key Companies

2.14.2. Gas Production from Major Planned Projects by Key Companies

2.14.3. Gas Production from Major Announced Projects by Key Companies

2.15. Capex Outlook for Major Planned and Announced Projects by Company
in Sub-Saharan Africa

2.16. Opex Outlook for Major Planned and Announced Projects by Company
in Sub-Saharan Africa

3. Appendix

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