Update on South African shale gas at UGAS Africa 2015

The southern Main Karoo Basin is considered to be the most prospective area for shale gas in South Africa, due to the presence of deeply buried, thermally mature black shales. To date, exploration right applications have been received from Shell International, Falcon Oil and Gas in partnership with Chevron, and Bundu Gas.

The parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Mineral Resources had made the call on this May as the government prepares to process applications for shale gas exploration rights in the Karoo Basin, in the Western Cape.

The Upcoming Unconventional Gas Convention Africa 2015, Sept 28-29, Cape Town, South Africa will bring more government bodies from Western Cape onsite.

Miss UGAS Africa 2015, you will miss the whole African Unconventional gas market!

It is early to register here to catch the last 3 seats here to learn Africa unconventional gas market dynamics and gain a deep insight into the emerging shale gas counties in Africa.

Parts of Delegate list :
Petroleum Agency SA,  Mekwe Lindiwe, General Manager: Regulation Division (Speaker)
Petroleum Agency SA,  Selwyn Adams, Principal Geologist   (Speaker)
Petroleum Agency SA,  Stet Mushwana, Senior Environmental Coordinator
Petroleum Agency SA,  Ebrahiem Hendricks, Legal Counsel/Company Secretary
Petroleum Agency SA,  Phumla Ngesi, Environmental Coordinator
Petroleum Agency SA,  Micheal Thovakhale, Legal and compliance officer
Department of Energy, Muzi Mkhize  Chief Director: Hydrocarbons (Speaker)
Department of Energy, Fuad Allie, Regional Director- Western Cape
Department of Environmental Affairs & Development, Paul Hardcastle, Western Cape Director:Planning and Policy Coordination (Speaker)

The last chance to ask for a USD600 Group Discount here.