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We expect Nigeria to dominate Sub-Saharan Africa M&A on the back of 20-year onshore licence renewals that are in progress for the Shell joint venture.

2019 will be a year of change for OML's (Oil Mining Licences)

We expect Nigeria to dominate Sub-Saharan Africa M&A on the back of 20-year onshore licence renewals that are in progress for the Shell joint venture. Shell (30%), Total (10%) and Eni (5%) are likely to sell their combined interests in a handful of non-core mature oil blocks, which could include OMLs 11, 17, 20, 22 and 25, among others. There is potential for Chevron to trim its shallow-water portfolio, while ExxonMobil might be persuaded to part with some fallow fields from its core OML 67 and 70 production hubs.

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