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South Africa’s monthly petroleum product imports are expected to as much as triple by next year from pre-pandemic levels as domestic refineries close, according to energy consultant Citac.South Africa’s monthly petroleum product imports are expected to as much as triple by next year from pre-pandemic levels as domestic refineries close, according to energy consultant Citac.

SA petroleum imports expected to triple next year as domestic refineries close | Fin24

Africa is conservatively forecast to reach peak gas production at 470 Bcm by the late 2030s, according to Rystad Energy research.Africa is conservatively forecast to reach peak gas production at 470 Bcm by the late 2030s, according to Rystad Energy research.

Europe eyes gas-rich African nations for new supplies, Rystad says - Offshore Energy