Deep Offshore Oil & Gas Exploration and Production (E&P) in West Africa - Market Analysis, Competitive Landscape and Forecasts to 2020
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    Deep Offshore Oil & Gas Exploration and Production (E&P) in West Africa - Market Analysis, Competitive Landscape and Forecasts to 2020 Deep Offshore Oil & Gas Exploration and Production (E&P) in West Africa - Market Analysis, Competitive Landscape and Forecasts to 2020 Document Transcript

    • Deep Offshore Oil & Gas Exploration and Production (E&P) inWest Africa - Market Analysis, Competitive Landscape andForecasts to 2020Report Details:Published:September 2012No. of Pages:Price: Single User License – US$3995This new report “Deep Offshore Oil & Gas Exploration and Production (E&P) in West Africa -Market Analysis, Competitive Landscape and Forecasts to 2020” provides an overview of the deepoffshore E&P in West Africa. The report provides information on the major deep offshore oil andgas projects and key companies in Nigeria, Angola, Equatorial Guinea, the Republic of Congo andGhana. The report is compiled by using data and information sourced from proprietary databases,primary and secondary research and in-house analysis by GlobalDatas team of industry experts.Scope•Drivers and challenges for E&P in deep offshore West Africa.•The contribution from the countries in the region to West Africas offshore oil and gas production.•Key companies in the E&P industry of deep offshore West Africa.•The E&P fiscal environment in Nigeria, Angola, Equatorial Guinea, the Republic of Congo and Ghana.•The competitive landscape of the companies engaged in E&P activities in Nigeria, Angola, Equatorial Guinea, the Republic of Congo and Ghana.Reasons To Buy•Gain insight on the deep offshore West African market.•Understand key drivers and challenges of the deep offshore West African market.•Learn about deep offshore oil and gas E&P in Nigeria, Angola, Equatorial Guinea, Republic of the Congo, and Ghana.•To be informed about the operations of key companies engaged in deep offshore E&P of oil and gas in the West Africa region.MethodologyGlobalDatas dedicated research and analysis teams consist of experienced professionals withmarketing, market research and consulting backgrounds in the energy industry, and advancedstatistical expertise. GlobalData adheres to the codes of practice of the Market Research Society
    • and the Strategic and Competitive Intelligence Professionals.Get your copy of this report @http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/190565-deep-offshore-oil-gas-exploration-and-production-ep-in-west-africa-market-analysis-competitive-landscape-and-forecasts-to-2020.htmlMajor points covered in Table of Contents of this report include1. Table of Contents1.1. List of Tables1.2. List of Figures2. Introduction2.1. Overview2.2. GlobalData Report Guidance3. Deep Offshore Oil and Gas Exploration and Production in West Africa - An Overview3.1. Angola and Ghana Lead Deep Offshore Oil and Gas Exploration in West Africa3.1.1. Major Deep Offshore Oil and Gas Discoveries in West Africa (2011 - June 2012)3.2. Offshore Oil and Gas Production in West Africa Accounted for XX% of the Regions TotalProduction in 20113.2.1. Offshore Oil and Gas Production in West Africa is Expected to Increase at an AAGR of3.8% during 2011-20203.3. Deep Offshore Oil and Gas Sector in West Africa - Key Drivers and Challenges3.3.1. Deep Offshore West Africa has Significant Potential for Pre-salt Discoveries3.3.2. Gulf of Guinea will Continue to be a Key Region for Exploration and Production of Oil Gas inDeep Offshore West Africa3.3.3. Floating Production Storage and Offloading Vessels (FPSOs) will continue to Play a Role inUnlocking Potential of Oil and Gas Fields in Deep Offshore West Africa3.3.4. Increasing Piracy Attacks are Affecting Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Operationsin Offshore West Africa3.4. Equatorial Guinea Offers Attractive Fiscal Terms for Oil and Gas Exploration and ProductionWest Africa3.5. Major Deep Offshore Oil and Gas Companies in West Africa - A Competitive Landscape3.5.1. Sonangol has Equity Stakes in the Largest Number of Active Offshore Exploration BlocksWest Africa3.5.2. ExxonMobil Recorded the Highest Oil and Natural Gas Production in Offshore West Africa20114. Deep Offshore Oil and Gas Exploration and Production in West Africa - Nigeria4.1. Exploration and Production Fiscal Environment in Nigeria4.1.1. New Draft of Nigerias Petroleum Investment Bill (PIB) Awaits Presidents Approval4.2. Four Offshore Discoveries were Made in Nigeria in the Past Three Years4.2.1. Agge-3B Discovery4.2.2. Kuyere-1 Discovery4.3. Nigeria Recorded Offshore Crude Oil and Natural Gas Production of 699.4 MMboe in 20114.3.1. Offshore Oil and Gas Production in Nigeria is Expected to Increase at an Average AnnualGrowth Rate of 1.9% during 2011-2020
    • 4.4. Details of Planned Deep Offshore Oil and Gas Production Fields in Nigeria4.4.1. Egina Production Field4.4.2. Bonga Southwest/Aparo Production Field4.4.3. Erha North Phase II Production Field4.5. Major Offshore Exploration and Production Companies in Nigeria4.5.1. Total has Equity Stakes in the Highest Number of Offshore Exploration Blocks of Nigeria4.5.2. Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation is the Leading Producer of Oil and Gas in Nigeria5. Deep Offshore Oil and Gas Exploration and Production in West Africa - Angola5.1. Exploration and Production Fiscal Environment in Angola5.2. Angola Witnessed the Largest Number of Oil and Gas Discoveries in Offshore West AfricaDuring the 2009 - June 2012 Period5.2.1. Details of Deep Offshore Oil and Gas Discoveries in Angola5.3. Angola Produced 499.0 MMboe of Oil and Natural Gas from its Offshore Fields in 20115.3.1. Offshore Production Contributes about 84% to Angolas Total Oil and Gas Production 20115.3.2. Offshore Oil and Gas Production in Angola is Expected to Increase at an Average AnnualGrowth Rate of 5.8% during 2011-20205.4. Details of Planned Deep Offshore Oil Production Assets in Angola5.4.1. Negage Production Field5.4.2. Kizomba D Production Field5.4.3. Cravo, Lirio, Orquidea and Violeta Production Fields5.5. Major Offshore Exploration and Production Companies in Angola5.5.1. Sonangol has Equity Stake in the Largest Number of Offshore Blocks in Angola5.5.2. ExxonMobil Corporation Recorded the Highest Production of Oil and Natural Gas in Angolain 20116. Deep Offshore Oil and Gas Exploration and Production in West Africa - EquatorialGuinea6.1. Exploration and Production Fiscal Environment in Equatorial Guinea6.2. Equatorial Guinea Witnessed Limited Number of Oil and Gas Discoveries in Recent Years6.3. Equatorial Guinea is the Third Largest Producer of Crude Oil in West Africa6.3.1. Offshore Oil and Gas Production in Equatorial Guinea is Expected to Increase at AverageAnnual Growth Rate of 3.6%6.4. Alen Production Field Offshore Equatorial Guinea is Expected to Start Operations fromDecember 20136.5. Major Offshore Exploration and Production Companies in Equatorial Guinea6.5.1. GEPetrol is the Largest Offshore Exploration Company in Equatorial Guinea6.5.2. Marathon Oil Corporation Recorded the Highest Production of Oil and Gas in OffshoreEquatorial Guinea in 20117. Deep Offshore Oil and Gas Exploration and Production in West Africa - Republic of theCongo7.1. Exploration and Production Fiscal Environment in Republic of the Congo7.2. The Republic of the Congo Witnessed Five Oil and Gas Discoveries during 2009 - June 20127.2.1. Details of Deep Offshore Oil and Gas Discoveries in the Republic of the Congo
    • 7.3. The Republic of the Congo is a Key Producer of Oil and Gas in Offshore West Africa7.3.1. Offshore Oil and Gas Production in the Republic of the Congo is Expected to Increase atAverage Annual Growth Rate of 0.1% during 2011-20207.4. Details of Planned Deep Offshore Oil Production Fields in the Republic of the Congo7.4.1. Lianzi Oil Field7.4.2. Moho Nord Oil Field7.5. Major Offshore Exploration and Production Companies in Republic of the Congo7.5.1. Societe Nationale des Petroles du Congo (SNPC) has the Most Equity Stakes in ActiveOffshore Blocks in the Republic of the Congo7.5.2. Total Recorded Largest Production of Oil and Gas in the Offshore Republic of the Congo20118. Deep Offshore Oil and Gas Exploration and Production in West Africa - Ghana8.1. Exploration and Production Fiscal Environment in Ghana8.2. Ghana Witnessed Second Highest Number of Oil and Gas Discoveries in Offshore WestAfrica during 2009 - June 20128.2.1. Details of Deep Offshore Oil and Gas Discoveries in Ghana8.3. Ghana Started Production of Oil and Gas in 20108.3.1. Offshore Oil and Gas Production in Ghana is Expected to Increase at an Average AnnualGrowth Rate of 15.8% during 2011-20208.4. Details of Planned Deep Offshore Oil Production Fields in Ghana8.4.1. Tweneboa Production Field8.4.2. Mahogany East Project8.4.3. Odum Production Field8.5. Major Offshore Exploration and Production Companies in Ghana8.5.1. Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) has the Highest Number of Stakes in ActiveOffshore Blocks in Ghana8.5.2. Kosmos Energy has made Several Significant Discoveries in Deepwater Ghana8.5.3. Tullow Oil Plc Recorded the Highest Production of Oil and Gas in Offshore Ghana in 20119. Appendix9.1. Market Definition9.2. Abbreviations9.3. Sources9.4. Methodology9.4.1. Coverage9.4.2. Secondary Research9.4.3. Primary Research9.4.4. Expert Panel Validation9.5. Contact Us9.6. DisclaimerList of TablesTable 1: Deep Offshore Exploration Industry, West Africa, Major Offshore Oil and Gas
    • Discoveries, 2012 (Up to June)Table 2: Deep Offshore Exploration Industry, West Africa, Major Deep Offshore Oil and GasDiscoveries, 2011Table 3: Oil and Gas Production Industry, West Africa, Offshore Oil and Gas Production, OnshoreProduction and Total Production*, MMboe, 2001-2011Table 4: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, Details of Pre-salt Contracts AwardedSelect Companies, 2011Table 5: Oil and Gas Industry, West Africa, Comparison of Key Fiscal Terms of Angola, EquatorialGuinea and Nigeria, 2011Table 6: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, Nigeria, Details of Fiscal TermsProduction Sharing Contract Model and Joint Operating Agreement Model, 2012Table 7: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, Nigeria, Details of Top 10 OffshoreExploration Assets*, Sq. km, 2012Table 8: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, Nigeria, Major Companies in Terms ofEquity Stakes in Offshore Exploration Blocks, 2001-2011Table 9: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, Nigeria, OPL 221, JDZ Block 1, OPL215 OPL 223 Offshore Exploration Blocks, 2012Table 10: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, Angola, Key Fiscal Terms, 2012Table 11: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, Angola, Details of Top 10 OffshoreExploration Assets*, Sq. km, 2012Table 12: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, Angola, Top 10 Companies based onEquity Stakes in Active Offshore Exploration Blocks, 2001-2011Table 13: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, Angola, Details of OffshoreExploration Blocks 3/05-A and 2/05, 2012Table 14: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, Equatorial Guinea, Details of FiscalTerms, 2012Table 15: Oil and Gas Exploration Industry, Equatorial Guinea, Details of Top 10 OffshoreExploration Assets*, Sq. km., 2012Table 16: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, Equatorial Guinea, Top 10 Companiesbased on Equity Stakes in Number of Active Offshore Exploration Blocks, 2001-2011Table 17: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, Equatorial Guinea, Details of Block N,Block N (GE Petrol) and Block P in Offshore Exploration Blocks, 2012Table 18: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, Republic of the Congo, Details ofFiscal Terms, 2012Table 19: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, Republic of the Congo, Details ofOffshore Exploration Blocks, 2011Table 20: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, Republic of the Congo, Top 10Companies terms of Equity Stakes in Active Offshore Exploration Blocks, 2001-2011Table 21: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, Republic of the Congo, ActiveOffshore Blocks with SNPCs Equity Stakes, 2011Table 22: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, Ghana, Details of Fiscal Terms, 2012Table 23: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, Ghana, Details of Offshore Exploration
    • Assets*, 2012Table 24: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, Ghana, Major Companies in terms ofEquity Stakes in Number of Active Exploration Blocks, 2001-2011Table 25: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, Ghana, Details of Active OffshoreBlocks which GNPC has Equity Stakes, 2012Table 26: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, Deepwater Ghana, Details ofDiscoveries which Kosmos Energy has Equity Stakes, 2012List of FiguresFigure 1: Deep Offshore Production Industry, World, “The Golden Triangle” for Deep OffshoreProduction, 2011Figure 2: Deep Offshore Exploration Industry, West Africa, Coastlines of Important CountriesInvolved in Oil and Gas Exploration, 2010Figure 3: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, West Africa, Offshore Oil and GasDiscoveries By Country, 2009 - June 2012Figure 4: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, West Africa, Share of OffshoreProduction Total Oil and Gas Production*, %, 2001-2011Figure 5: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, West Africa, Offshore Oil and GasProduction Share (%) Compared to Growth (%) of Top Five Countries, 2001-2011Figure 6: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, West Africa*, Forecast Production ofOil and Natural Gas from Offshore Fields, MMboe, 2011, 2015 and 2020Figure 7: Oil and Gas Exploration Industry, West Africa and Brazil, Similarities Between Pre-saltGeologies of Deep Offshore West Africa and Deep Offshore Brazil, 2012Figure 8: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, West Africa, Location of Gulf ofGuinea, 2012Figure 9: FPSO Industry, West Africa, FPSO-based Crude Oil and Natural Gas ProductionCapacity the Top Three Countries, MMbbl and bcf, 2011Figure 10: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, West Africa, Top 10 Equity StakeHolders Offshore Active Exploration Blocks of West Africa, 2011Figure 11: Oil and Gas Production Industry, West Africa, Top 10 Offshore Oil and Natural GasProducers in West Africa*, MMboe, 2011Figure 12: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, West Africa, Location of Agge-3B.T1Well, 2011Figure 13: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, Nigeria, Share of Offshore ProductionTotal Oil and Gas Production, %, 2001-2011Figure 14: Oil and Gas Production Industry, Nigeria, Forecast Production of Oil and Natural Gasfrom Offshore Fields, MMboe, 2011, 2015 and 2020Figure 15: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, West Africa, Location of Egina Field,2011Figure 16: Oil and Gas Production Industry, West Africa, Location of Erha North Phase II Field,2011Figure 17: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, Angola, Location of Canna-1 Well,2011
    • Figure 18: Oil and Gas Exploration Industry, Angola, Locations of Begonia-1 and Gardenia-1Wells, 2011Figure 19: Natural Gas Industry, Angola, Location of Angola LNG Project, 2011Figure 20: Oil and Gas Production Industry, Angola, Share of Offshore Production in Total Oil andGas Production, %, 2001-2011Figure 21: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, Angola, Forecast Production of Oiland Natural Gas from Offshore Fields, MMboe, 2011, 2015 and 2020Figure 22: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, Angola, Location of NegageProduction Field, 2012Figure 23: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, Angola, Location of Cravo, Lirio,Orquidea and Violeta (CLOV) Production Fields, 2012Figure 24: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, Angola, Offshore Oil and GasProduction Top 10 Companies, MMboe, 2011Figure 25: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, Equatorial Guinea, Offshore Oil andGas Production, MMboe, 2001-2011Figure 26: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, Equatorial Guinea, ForecastProduction of and Natural Gas from Offshore Fields, MMboe, 2011, 2015 and 2020Figure 27: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, Equatorial Guinea, Location of AlenField, 2012Figure 28: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, Equatorial Guinea, Location of AlbaField, 2012Figure 29: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, Republic of the Congo, Location ofMoho Nord Marine-4 Well, 2011Figure 30: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, Republic of the Congo, Share ofOffshore Production in Total Oil and Gas Production, %, 2001-2011Figure 31: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, Republic of the Congo, ForecastProduction of Oil and Natural Gas from Offshore Fields, MMboe, 2011, 2015 and 2020Figure 32: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, Republic of the Congo, Location ofNkossa Field, 2012Figure 33: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, Ghana, Location of Jubilee Field,2012Figure 34: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, Ghana, Forecast Production of Oilfrom Offshore Fields, MMbbl, 2011, 2015 and 2020Figure 35: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, Ghana, Location of Tweneboa Field,2012Figure 36: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, Ghana, Location of Mahogany East,2012Figure 37: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, Ghana, Location of Odum Field, 2012Figure 38: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry, Ghana, Production Forecasts of Oilfrom Jubilee Field, MMbbl, 2012-2020
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