East African Oil & Gas Market 2015-2025 Upstream Exploration & Development and Midstream Infrastructure Capex in Tanzania, Mozambique, Kenya, Uganda, with Special Focus on Rapidly Emerging Countries Ethiopia, South Sudan & Somalia

Aug 04, 2015, 09:00 ET from Visiongain

LONDON, August 4, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --

Visiongain's comprehensive new 262 page report reveals that the East African oil & gas market will see capex of $4.19bn in 2015, including spending on both upstream exploration & development (E&D) and midstream infrastructure.

Market scope: East Africa is fast becoming one of the world's most interesting oil and gas hotspots. For many years the area was neglected by the world's oil and gas industry, and even in Africa it was overshadowed by the rapid development in West Africa and the established markets in North Africa. However, with the discovery of both oil & gas reserves in the region over the past five years, opportunities are being created within a number of East African nations.

East Africa covers a territory roughly six times the size of the North Sea but fewer than 600 wells have been drilled in the region to date. The reserve estimates in the region have increased rapidly over the past few years and yet only a small percentage of the region has been properly explored. The market has changed too, as major international companies are becoming involved alongside smaller companies, thus indicating the industry's confidence in East Africa's immense potential.

Mozambique and Tanzania's substantial offshore gas reserves and proximity to Asian demand centres offer the potential for LNG export by the end of the decade, while Uganda and Kenya present opportunities for commercial oil production even sooner. With a significant amount of seismic activity and exploratory drilling already taking place and plans for large midstream infrastructure projects, the East African oil & gas market will attract tens of billions of dollars of investment over the coming decade.

Are you involved in the East African oil & gas market or intend to be? If so, then you must read this report
It's vital that you keep your industry knowledge up to date. You need this report.

The East African Oil & Gas Market 2015-2025 report responds to your need for definitive market data: 

• Where are the East African oil & gas market opportunities?
- 148 tables, charts, and graphs reveal market data allowing you to target your strategy more effectively

To see a report overview please email Sara Peerun on sara.peerun@visiongainglobal.com

• When will the East African oil & gas market grow?
- View East African capital expenditure forecasts, as well as analysis, from 2015-2025

• Why will the East African oil & gas market evolve?
- This report features a total of 3 interviews: 2 of which are with oil experts and 1 with a security expert.

- The CEO of Swala Energy
- The Managing Director of Heritage Oil Tanzania Ltd.

- The report also provides a 3rd interview with a security specialist, the Regional Director for Saladin Security. Having in depth knowledge of the security situation is vital for businesses looking to operate in the East African region

• Which East African oil & gas submarkets will thrive from 2015-2025?
- What are the key trends and factors affecting each of the East African submarkets? Stay informed about the potential for each of the East African oil & gas submarkets with capital expenditure forecasts and analysis from 2015-2025:

The Upstream Exploration & Development (E&D) Market Forecast 2015-2025, with individual country forecasts for:
- Geophysical Studies
- 2D Seismic Studies
- 3D Seismic Studies
- Onshore Wells
- Offshore Wells and Subsea Development

The Midstream Infrastructure Market Forecast 2015-2025, with individual country forecasts for:
- Pipelines
- LNG Facilities
- GTL Facilities
- Refineries
- Storage

• Where are the leading national East African oil & gas markets from 2015-2025?
- Understand where the greatest levels of capex are currently being spent and the opportunities for growth going forward. You will see where and how opportunities exist with revealing individual market and submarket forecasts and analysis for national markets from 2015-2025.

- Each national market includes both upstream E&D and midstream forecasts and spending breakdowns within each category, as well as information on each oil & gas block and an assessment of future projects and prospects:
- Tanzanian Oil & Gas Market & Submarket Forecast 2015-2025
- Mozambican Oil & Gas Market & Submarket Forecast 2015-2025
- Ethiopian Oil & Gas Market & Submarket Forecast 2015-2025
- Kenyan Oil & Gas Market & Submarket Forecast 2015-2025
- South Sudanese Oil & Gas Market & Submarket Forecast 2015-2025
- Ethiopian Oil & Gas Market & Submarket Forecast 2015-2025
- Somali Oil & Gas Market & Submarket Forecast 2015-2025

• Where are the major East African oil & gas projects and Licence Blocks?
- See details of 18 midstream projects
- Find information on 117 licence blocks

• Who are the leading companies within the East African oil & gas?
- Our report reveals the companies of central importance to this market, with detailed profiles for each. Profiles contain details of the countries and blocks each company operates in within the East African region:
- Afren
- Africa Oil
- Anadarko
- BG Group
- CNOOC
- ENI
- Heritage Oil
- Ophir Energy
- Sasol
- Statoil
- Swala Energy
- Total
- Tullow
- The report also contains details on all other companies in the East African market and the blocks they are involved in.

• Who should read this report?
- Anyone within the oil & gas industry including
- Contractors
- Technologists
- Suppliers
- CEO's
- COO's
- Business development managers
- Marketing managers
- Investors

- Banks
- Government agencies

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Companies Mentioned in This Report 

A-Z Petroleum

Adamantine Energy

Afar Exploration

Afren

African Camp Solutions Ltd.

Africa Oil Corp.

Agriterra

Aminex plc

Anadarko

Ansan Wikfs

Antrim Resources

Apache Energy

Asian Resource Company (ARC)

Arco

Artumas

Avana Petroleum

A-Z Petroleum

Beach Petroleum

BG Group

Black Marlin Energy

Black Rhino Group

Bounty Oil and Gas

BowLeven

BP

BPRL

Buzi Hydrocarbons

Calvalley Petrol

Camac Energy

Centric Energy

CESPA

CNOOC

CNPC

ConocoPhillips

Cove Energy plc

Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME)

DAR Petroleum Operating Company Ltd

DNO International

Dodsal

Dominion Petroleum

Edgo Energy

ExxonMobil

Empresa Nacional de Hidrocarbonetos (ENH)

ENI S.p.A.

ENRG

ERHC Energy

Erin Energy

Essar

Falcon Petroleum

FAR Limited

Flow Energy

Fluor

Galp Energia

Gazprom

Gelombang Seismic Indonesia (GSI)

Genel Energy

Geoventures

Gigamethanol BV

Greater Pioneer Operating Company (GPOC)

Harmattan

Heritage Oil

Hollick Trading

Horn Petroleum

Hydrotanz

Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI)

Imara Energy

Incitec Group

Inpex

Jacka Resources

JGC Corp

Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation (JOGMEC)

Kalila Energi

KBR

Kenya Petroleum Refineries Ltd.

Kenya Pipeline Company (KPC)

Kogas

Lamu Oil & Gas

Lion Energy

Lion Petroleum

Marathon Oil

Maurel & Prom

Midway Resources

Milio

Minergy Resources Ltd

Mitsui E&P

Motherland Industries ltd

Mott-MacDonald

Mubadala Petroleum

National Oil Corporation of Kenya (NOCK)

Ndovu Resources

Neptune Petroleum

New Age Ltd.

Nilepet

NOR Energy

Oil India Ltd.

Oilmoz

ONGC

Open Acreage

Ophir Energy

Orca Exploration

Origin Energy

Otto Energy

Pacific Seaboard Investments

PanAfrican Energy

Pancontinental Oil & Gas

Pavilion Energy

Petrobras

Petrodel Resources Limited

Petronas

Petroquest

PetroSA

Petrosoma

PetroTrans

Pexco

Platform Resources

Premier Oil Limited

PT Energy Mega Persada (ENRG)

PTT Exploration and Production plc

Radyolla Group

Range Resources

Ras Al Khaimah Gas Tanzania Ltd (RAK Gas)

Red Emperor

Rift Energy

Rosneft

Royal Dutch Shell

RT-Global Resources

Safinat

Saipem

Saladin Security Services

Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI)

Sasol

SeaBird Exploration

Signet Petroleum

Simba Energy

Sinopec

SK Energy Co

Sohi Gas Dodori

Sohi Gas Lamu

Solo Oil plc

Southwest Energy

Star Petroleum

Statoil

Sterling Energy

Sudd Petroleum Operating Company Ltd (SPOC)

Swala Energy

Swiss Oil Company

Taipan Resources Inc.

Tamoil

Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation (TPDC)

Technip

Total S.A.

Tower Resources

Transglobal Petroleum
Tri-Ocean Energy

Tullow Oil

Turkana Resources

Vanoil

Ventech Engineers International

Veteran Security Services

Videocon Hydrocarbon Holdings Limited

Wentworth Resources Limited

Winter Sky

Woodside
Zarara

Government Agencies and Other Organisations Mentioned in This Report 

African Influence Exchange (AIE)

Al-Shabaab

Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)

East African Community (EAC)

Energy Information Administration (EIA)

Ethiopian Ministry of Mines

Export - Import Bank of China

Foreign Policy (FP)

Heritage Institute for Policy Studies

ICC Commercial Crime Services

Instituto Nacional de Petroleo

International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)

International Criminal Court (ICC)

Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD)

Lord's Resistance Army (LRA)

Kenyan Ministry of Energy

Mozambican Ministry of Mineral Resources

National Oil Corporation of Kenya (NOCK)

Ogaden National Liberation Front (ONLF)

South Sudanese Ministry of Energy

Tanzanian Ministry of Energy and Minerals

Transparency International

Ugandan Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development

Ugandan Revenue Authority

United Nations (UN)

UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS)

United States Agency for International Development (USAID)

World Bank (WB)

World Economic Forum (WEF)


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