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Gabon's gas reserves: mixed fortunes for upstream operators

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The Gabonese upstream industry is turning to monetising around 4 tcf of stranded gas, as oil production matures and material discoveries prove elusive. However, opportunities are scarce and only Perenco has successfully established a gas monetisation plan to date. Additional gas will be required to meet demand, with Total-operated fields in the vicinity of Port-Gentil being the most likely candidates. Shell and Eni will also be exploring monetisation options for the Leopard and Nyonie Deep discoveries.

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  • Gabon's gas reserves: mixed fortunes for upstream operators: Table 3
  • Gabon's gas reserves: mixed fortunes for upstream operators: Table 1
  • Gabon's gas reserves: mixed fortunes for upstream operators: Table 2

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  • Gas reserves by company
  • Gabon's gas reserves: mixed fortunes for upstream operators: Image 2
  • Key fields and gas infrastructure
  • Nyonie Deep Breakevens
  • Leopard Breakevens

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