FLNG in West Africa

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21 October 2014

FLNG in West Africa

Report summary

West Africa's Atlantic coast has long been recognised as a near perfect place to house a floating LNG facility for global markets.  It benefits from benign sea conditions, it has an abundance of stranded gas, and the area remains highly prospective.  With the rest of the world progressing apace with this nascent technology, FLNG in countries such Angola, Nigeria, Cameroon or Gabon could be about to take-off.  This report assesses the potential of the region's varied FLNG opportunities. 

Table of contents

  • Introduction - an FLNG bow-wave?
    • Angola – pre-salt potential, shaped by Sonangol
      • FLNG Opportunities in West Africa
    • Cameroon – committed to Plan A
    • Congo – a NewAGE of gas monetisation
    • Equatorial Guinea – two grand designs
    • Gabon – more pre-salt potential
    • Nigeria – fiscal and regulatory disorder
      • Key Projects, Players Challenges (for FLNG in West Africa)
    • Other Countries – embryonic and focus on domgas
  • Conclusion

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