Aug 18

1.3 trillion cubic feet of gas off coastal Namibia remains untapped

The Petroleum Commissioner says the offshore Kudu gas fields are the only solution to Namibia’s dream of becoming an industrialised nation. Maggy Shino added that the country needs a dependable baseload power project and Kudu gas is the only project that can produce reliable electricity. The petroleum commissioner indicates that since its discovery in 1974, the Kudu gas field, which lies 170km off the South-West coast of Namibia and has 1.3 trillion cubic feet of gas, has remained untapped.