East Africa Seen As New Frontier for Gas
The region has been described as the new frontier for the production of natural gas in an Ernst and Young report on the developments of the sector in Africa.
Ernst & Young, 30 October 2012
Elias Pungong, Ernst & Young's Oil & Gas Leader for Africa says, "Natural gas development holds tremendous opportunity for Africa. It can be a primary driver of economic ... read more »
GlobalData, 9 October 2012
A series of hydrocarbon discoveries across Eastern Africa has established the region as one of the key emerging areas for fossil fuel development in the world, states the latest ... read more »
Tanzania: Will Gas Reserves Become Resource Curse?
ThinkAfricaPress, 24 September 2012
Tanzania drew international attention this year by almost trebling its appraisal of its natural gas reserves. Now confirmed at 43 Trillion Cubic feet (TCF), they are valued around ... read more »
East Africa: Gas Boom Threatens Environment (analysis)
African Arguments, 27 September 2012
East Africa is about to experience a hydrocarbon induced economic boom. However, the disconnect between what oil and petrol companies say is happening regarding the development of ... read more »
While the region is about to experience economic wins, oil and natural gas exploration must only continue if scientifically tight and if environmental and social factors are ... Read more »