North Africa production and reserves review 2012

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28 March 2013

North Africa production and reserves review 2012

Report summary

Production in North Africa increased to 6.7 mmboe/d in 2012, boosted by Libya's post-war recovery. Liquids averaged 4 million b/d whilst dry sales gas stood at just under 15 bcfd. Production fluctuated throughout the year, as demonstrations in Libya disrupted operations at export facilities. Growth in 2013 remains dependent on progress in Libya, and despite further disruptions, we expect a 5% increase in regional output. Reserves fell to around 75 billion barrels of oil equivalent at 1,

Table of contents

  • Executive Summary
  • Algeria
  • Egypt
  • Libya
  • Tunisia
  • Morocco
  • Corporate activity
  • An uncertain outlook

Tables and charts

This report includes 11 images and tables including:

  • North Africa production (‘000 boe/d)
  • North Africa reserves (Billion boe, at 1 January 2013)
  • Algeria remaining reserves (Billion boe)
  • Algeria production (‘000 boe/d)
  • Egypt remaining reserves (Billion boe)
  • Egypt production (‘000 boe/d)
  • Libya remaining reserves (Billion boe)
  • Libya production (‘000 boe/d)
  • Tunisia remaining reserves (Billion boe)
  • Tunisia production (‘000 boe/d)
  • Key North African producing fields in 2012

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