Namibia in play as majors and minnows bring on drilling campaigns


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Issue 437 - 29 Apr 2021 - By James Gavin | 6 minute read

Namibia’s slow-burning oil and gas opening is finally picking up pace, as independents and majors prepare to drill. Is it possible that a country with no history of hydrocarbons production could become a significant player in southern Africa’s developing gas industry, asks James Gavin.

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