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July 8, 2017Market Report: The Gambia to Begin Oil Exploration in 2018
The Gambia issued a permit to FAR Ltd. to drill Erin Energy’s offshore A2 and A5 blocks.
June 8, 2017AOP Animations – Frontier Exploration
Africa consistently contributes a larger share of new oil and gas discoveries than any other region in the world. But exploration investment is significantly lower in Africa. Why is Africa still so under-explored?
October 3, 2016Africa Exploration, One Play at a Time
Africa Oil & Power's Play by Play series takes a look at Africa's emerging upstream hotspots.
September 7, 2016AOP 2016: Exploration & Production Panel Intro
This curated panel assembled executives from international majors, foreign independents and homegrown E&P firms. Our upstream experts tackled a multitude of timely topics, from portfolio management to project execution to capital allocation to M&A trends. They also confronted one of the industry’s biggest dilemmas: How to invest in critical resource exploration with significantly less capital.
August 18, 2017Market Report: NNPC Reduces Cost of Oil Production
The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation cut the cost of oil production from $78 to $23 per barrel.
August 17, 2017Regional Integration, Policy Certainty Needed
Panelists from Africa Oil & Power discuss what is needed to move Southern Africa forward.
Tullow Oil is a leading independent oil and gas exploration and production company. Our focus is on finding and monetising oil in Africa and South America. Key activities include targeted exploration and appraisal, selective development projects and growing our low-cost West Africa oil production. Our portfolio of over 85 licences, spans 17 countries and is […]
August 14, 2017The Buzz: This Week in Africa
Top Stories: Uganda Selects Western Consortium to Build Refinery; Tullow Oil Explores Zambia
August 7, 2017The Buzz: This Week in Africa
Top Stories: Construction Starts on Uganda-Tanzania Crude Pipeline; NNPC Signs Financing Deals
August 4, 2017Market Report: Producers Need to Cut Costs
Nigeria producers may need to cut production costs to compete with the world's lowest-cost producers.