Sub-Saharan Africa Oil & Gas Q4 2020

Sub-Saharan Africa Oil & Gas Q4 2020

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The effects of Covid-19 and the onset of lower oil prices in 2020 has led to a sharp reduction in investment andcorresponding decline in production. However, the economic recovery remains on track and supportive of renewed activityregionally, which has seen fuel consumption rise along with a small rebound in upstream activity. Nigeria and Angola, as members ofOPEC, have seen oil production levels plummet as compliance with production cuts remain a key position of both governments.Several high-profile projects have experienced delays in construction or a deferment of FID until 2021, both of which should dragproduction growth lower in the near term, but the recovery is underway and should see the mid-term bounce back to pre-Covid-19growth paths.

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Industry Trend Analysis
Sub-Saharan Africa Oil & Gas Activity Slowly Returns
OPEC Compliance Gains Stall For Iraq And Nigeria
Geopolitics Pose Long-Term Risks To Oil & Gas Projects Along BRI
Covid-19 Accelerating Corporate Strategy Shifts In O&G
Japan Diversifies LNG Sources With Mozambique Investment
Quick View: Force Majeure Lifted In Kenya Though FID Remains Uncertain
Industry Risk/Reward Index
SSA Upstream Oil & Gas Risk/Reward Index
SSA Downstream Oil & Gas Risk/Reward Index
Oil Price Outlook
Brent: Eking Out Gains, But Risks On The Rise
Regional Overview
SSA Oil & Gas Overview
Oil & Gas Glossary
Oil & Gas Methodology

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