Webinar | Sub-Saharan Africa Upstream

2023 in review and things to look for in 2024

After three years of decline, oil and gas production is growing again across Sub-Saharan Africa. Traditional oil producers Nigeria and Angola are increasing investment and activity. Angola's exit from OPEC is a statement of its ambition.

Elsewhere, growth projects are progressing in Senegal/Mauritania, Cote d'Ivoire, Namibia and Mozambique. Gas investment is accelerating and LNG is emerging as a strong solution for otherwise stranded resources. 

Join our experts on Wednesday 14th February where they will discuss two recent reports - 'Sub-Saharan Africa upstream: 2023 in review' and '5 things to look for in 2024'. A main presentation will be followed by Q&A. 

Topics to be covered on the agenda include:

  • Exploration: key wells in 2023 and wells to watch this year.
  • Production: what countries and projects are behind the recovery.
  • Investment: Africa is still an oil story with big projects in Nigeria, Angola and Uganda, but gas projects are growing in importance. 
  • M&A: recap the big deals in 2023 and our expectations for 2024.

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Tra Ho

Senior Research Analyst, Upstream Research

Tra Ho is a Senior Analyst covering Sub-Saharan Africa upstream research, based in England.

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