You are Home   »   Events   »   Finding Oil and Gas in Sub Saharan Africa   »   Video

Finding Oil and Gas in Sub Saharan Africa

View the full agenda for this event

Monday, June 25, 2018

Video Presentation

The MSGBC’s proven Super Giant petroleum system and where FORTESA’s contribution to uncovering it has been focused
Rogers Beall
Fortesa International

Having trouble seeing the video? Click here to watch in new window.

Talk Description
- How the MSGBC basin delivered the world's largest oil field discoveries (2014) and largest gas field discoveries (2016)
- Where discovered hydrocarbons came from / how new proof of multiple source rocks may expand the MSGBC play area searches
- Why it the MSGBC was neglected for so long
- Fortesa's fully vertical Operations Structure, i.e. Upstream, Midstream and Downstream using local capability instead of outsourcing

Note: MSGBC Basin is Mauritania, Senegal, The Gambia, Guinea Bissau and Guinea Conakry

Embed this video in your own website

Other talks from the same event

David Bamford - Director Finding Petroleum
Welcome & Introduction
Watch Video
Chris Matchette-Downes - founder East Africa Oil Group
The origin and distribution of Western Indian Ocean hydrocarbons and likely location of commercial oil – EAOG’s approach using its oils data, potential fields, continental reconstruction and petroleum geological understanding
Watch Video
Mikki Hall - Chief Marketing Officer Virtual University of Uganda
Meeting East Africa's oil and gas training needs through high quality online learning
Watch Video
Dr. Anongporn Intawong - Team Leader Geoscientist Spectrum
Oil prospects in the Mozambique channel: Where incipient subduction meets passive margin
Felicia Winter - Interpretation Geophysicist/Potential Field Analyst TGS
Somaliland reveals untested plays on TGS data
Watch Video

Join 10,000 oil & gas professionals who attend our events and receive our newsletter.


The Arctic: Opportunities, Challenges and Risks
by Alastair Fraser from Imperial College

"The last couple of presentations and meeting colleagues."


New Geophysical Approaches
New survey technology and interpretation methods
London, 30 Apr 2019