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Sub-Saharan Africa Production and Capital Expenditure Outlook for Key Planned Upstream Projects Report, H2 2018 - Royal Dutch Shell Dominates Production and Capex Outlook

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DUBLIN, Jan. 18, 2019 /PRNewswire/ --

The "H2 2018 Production and Capital Expenditure Outlook for Key Planned Upstream Projects in Sub-Saharan Africa - Royal Dutch Shell Dominates Production and Capex Outlook" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

"H2 2018 Production and Capital Expenditure Outlook for Key Planned Upstream Projects in Sub-Saharan Africa - Royal Dutch Shell Dominates Production and Capex Outlook", reveals that Nigeria leads in the sub-Saharan Africa with a capex of US$59bn on 28 planned and announced projects during the 2018-2025 forecast period.

Summary

Nigeria accounts for more than 34% of the proposed capital expenditure (capex) on planned and announced crude and natural gas projects in the sub-Saharan Africa over the period 2018-2025. Nigeria is investing heavily in new oil and gas projects to further boost its oil and gas production. Majority of production from these projects is for exports, generating significant revenues for the country.

In total, 67 crude and natural gas projects are expected to start operations in the sub-Saharan Africa during the forecast period. Among these, 16 are planned projects with identified development plans, and 51 are early-stage announced projects that are undergoing conceptual studies and that are expected to get approved for development.

Among operators, Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Ltd leads with the highest operatorship of four upcoming projects in the sub-Saharan Africa during the forecast period - three announced and one planned - all being conventional gas projects. Sonangol P&P occupies second place with operatorship of three upcoming oil projects.

Key projects in the sub-Saharan Africa are expected to contribute about 1.1 million barrels of oil equivalent per day and around 9.4 billion cubic feet per day of global gas production in 2025. The region is expected to spend proposed capex of US$20.3bn to bring the planned projects online and US$154.6bn on key announced projects during the forecast period.

Royal Dutch Shell Plc, Exxon Mobil, Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, Eni SpA, and Sonangol EP are the key players in terms of highest capex spending on the major planned and announced projects in sub-Saharan Africa. These companies are expected to collectively spend about US$64bn on planned and announced projects during the outlook period.

Scope

  • Oil and gas production outlook by key countries and companies in Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Planned and announced projects count and starts by key countries and companies in the region
  • Details of key planned and announced crude and natural gas projects in Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Capex and opex outlook by key countries and companies in the region.

Key Topics Covered:

1 Tables of Contents
1.1. List of Tables
1.2. List of Figures

2. Production and Capital Expenditure Outlook in Sub-Saharan Africa
2.1. Key Highlights
2.2. Major Planned and Announced Projects Count by Country in Sub-Saharan Africa
2.3. Major Planned and Announced Project Starts by Country in Sub-Saharan Africa
2.3.1. Planned Project Starts
2.3.2. Announced Project Starts
2.4. Major Planned and Announced Projects by Terrain in Sub-Saharan Africa
2.5. Key Economic Metrics of Key Planned and Announced Projects by Country in Sub-Saharan Africa
2.5.1. Remaining NPV vis--vis Remaining Break-Even Crude Oil Price by Country
2.5.2. Remaining NPV vis--vis Remaining Break-Even Natural Gas Price by Country
2.5.3. Remaining Break-even Oil Price vis--vis Production Start Year by Country
2.5.4. Remaining Break-even Gas Price vis--vis Production Start Year by Country
2.6. Crude Production from Key Planned and Announced Projects by Country in Sub-Saharan Africa
2.6.1. Total Crude Production from Major Planned and Announced Projects by Key Countries in Sub-Saharan Africa
2.6.2. Crude Production from Major Planned Projects by Key Countries in Sub-Saharan Africa
2.6.3. Crude Production from Major Announced Projects by Key Countries in Sub-Saharan Africa
2.7. Key Planned and Announced Crude Projects in Sub-Saharan Africa
2.7.1. Planned Crude Projects
2.7.2. Announced Crude Projects
2.8. Gas Production from Key Planned and Announced Projects by Country in Sub-Saharan Africa
2.8.1. Total Gas Production from Major Planned and Announced Projects by Key Countries in Sub-Saharan Africa
2.8.2. Gas Production from Major Planned Projects by Key Countries in Sub-Saharan Africa
2.8.3. Gas Production from Major Announced Projects by Key Countries in Sub-Saharan Africa
2.9. Key Planned and Announced Gas Projects
2.9.1. Planned Gas Projects
2.9.2. Announced Gas Projects
2.10. Production Outlook and Contribution from Major Planned and Announced Projects
2.11. Capex Outlook for Major Planned and Announced Projects by Country in Sub-Saharan Africa
2.12. Opex Outlook for Major Planned and Announced Projects by Country in Sub-Saharan Africa
2.13. Major Planned and Announced Projects Count by Operator in Sub-Saharan Africa
2.14. Crude Production from Major Planned and Announced Projects by Company in Sub-Saharan Africa
2.14.1. Total Crude Production from Major Planned and Announced Projects by Key Companies
2.14.2. Crude Production from Major Planned Projects by Key Companies
2.14.3. Crude Production from Major Announced Projects by Key Companies
2.15. Gas Production from Major Planned and Announced Projects by Company in Sub-Saharan Africa
2.15.1. Total Gas Production from Major Planned and Announced Projects by Key Companies
2.15.2. Gas Production from Major Planned Projects by Key Companies
2.15.3. Gas Production from Major Announced Projects by Key Companies
2.16. Capex Outlook for Major Planned and Announced Projects by Company in Sub-Saharan Africa
2.17. Opex Outlook for Major Planned and Announced Projects by Company in Sub-Saharan Africa

3. Appendix

For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/hthn82/subsaharan?w=5

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