January 2015, Vol. 242, No. 1

Features

Opportunities In Africa Lean Heavily Toward Exports

Africa’s importance as a major energy supplier will grow with the development of recently discovered oil and gas fields, most notably in West and East Africa, which will generate 8,558 miles of additional oil and gas pipelines (Table 1). According to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), two-thirds of energy investment in Africa since 2000 has gone toward developing and transporting oil and gas for export. This investment can be characterized as either a component of national infrastructure, or in three cases, as a contribution to cross-border pipelines: • Those that link Algeria with Europe (Figure 1) • West African Gas Pipeline

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