The Kenya coal seam gas (CSG) supply area is located on a structural high called the Undulla Nose. The Undulla Nose is considered to be a world-class unconventional gas play due to the coal properties and structural setting. The supply area comprises the Argyle, Kenya, Lauren and Codie accumulations. The first Argyle exploration wells were drilled in 2000. Exploration was extended to the Lauren, Codie and Kenya areas between 2004-2006 and commercial production began in 2007. This analysis values the gas required to satisfy the domestic gas commitments from Kenya. It does not include any gas supply associated with the QCLNG or APLNG projects at Gladstone. For further information on these projects please see our Queensland Curtis LNG and Australia Pacific LNG analyses.