Venus and Graff change the equation for new hydrocarbons power Namibia

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Issue 456 - 14 Mar 2022 - By James Gavin | 6 minute read

TotalEnergies’s Venus and Shell’s Graff discoveries have transformational potential for the offshore Orange Basin play – WoodMac suggests Venus could be the biggest-ever sub-Saharan oil discovery. This makes Namibia the focus of renewed global attention as the latest of Africa’s potential ‘Elephant’ producers, exciting a range of companies and potentially more work off South Africa.

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