• Industry: Energy & Natural Resources, Oil & Gas
  • Type: Survey report
  • Date: 3/20/2014

Oil & Gas

KPMG's Africa Oil & Gas practice provides our member firms' clients with services on a global basis through industry professionals who have an in-depth understanding of the challenges faced by oil and gas companies.

Oil and Gas in Africa 2014 

KPMG’s Oil and Gas in Africa Sector Report 2014 explores and highlights the present state of oil and gas in Africa. In light of recent developments, it proposes possible future trends in the sector.
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Africa already has a long list of oil producing countries. According to data from the EIA, 15 African countries exported oil in 2010, namely Nigeria, Angola, Libya, Algeria, Sudan (note that this was before the secession of South Sudan), Equatorial Guinea, Congo (Brazzaville), Gabon, Chad, Egypt, Tunisia, Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire, Democratic
Republic of Congo (DRC), and Mauritania. The continent as a whole produces significantly more oil than it consumes. Therefore, the region is a net exporter of oil. The vast majority of these exports are in the form of crude oil.

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Dimeji Salaudeen
Head, Oil and Gas Sector, Africa
Tel: +23 412 718 955