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Sub Saharan Africa Upstream Overview


Sub Saharan Africa Upstream Overview

Report summary

In Sub Saharan Africa, capital investment has been cut by US$100 billion over the next five years. Deepwater has suffered most due to its high breakeven price relative to other sectors. Nigeria and Angola, have borne the brunt of these cuts given their pre-eminence here. As a result, liquids production will decline to 2.6 million b/d by 2030, down from 4.8 million b/d presently.


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