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The Sub-Sahara View - September 2014

The Sub-Sahara View - September 2014

Report summary

Deepwater activity dominated: in Angola, Cobalt announced the GOLD project; pre-salt success eluded Statoil at the Dilolo well; Eni’s Block 15/06 Western Hub received a boost with the Ochigufu oil discovery. Ophir’s Silenus East find provided much needed gas for Equatorial Guinea FLNG project. BG is marketing its Blocks 3 stake as Tanzania LNG moved into the pre-FEED stage.

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