Report summaryGuinea has long been overlooked by the upstream industry, in part due to its history of instability and corruption. Offshore Guinea sits on a passive margin in the eastern Atlantic and straddles the Liberia and Senegal-Bove Basins. The geology is similar to Mauritania in the north and Sierra Leone further south, where hydrocarbons have been discovered, suggesting Guinea may also be prospective for oil and gas. However, only two wells have been drilled to date and both came up dry in ...
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