We maximize the commercial availability of natural gas to end-users through investment and operation of selected infrastructure. Africa is our base, as it represents the best opportunity for gas monetization ...
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Pipeline/Storage: Infrastructure associated with the distribution and storage and gas as it moves from source to demand.
CNG: Infrastructure associated with the distribution of CNG for mobility as well as industrial and consumer / household use.
Fertilizer Plants: Infrastructure associated with the production of fertilizers to serve the growing African agricultural sector.
Modular GTL Plants: Advances in small scale GTL technologies allow for this technology to be deployed to meet Africa’s unique challenges.
MGA’s initial focus is on African countries is assessed according to the following selection criteria:
Gas Master Plan: a strategy to incorporate gas into the energy mix.
Supportive Legislation: current or envisaged legislation that supports the gas industry.
Midstream Infrastructure: prioritized, public government and DFI commitment to projects.
Supply – Virtual Pipeline / Piped / LNG: sources of local gas or ability to import or export gas.
Energy Demand (electricity and / or direct gas) and Price: a market for gas that will support infrastructure investment at a sustainable price.
Ability of Consumers to Pay for Energy: a growing industrial / commercial and middle class population with purchasing power.
Electrical Power Transmission Capacity: the ability to move electrical power from source to demand.
LNG/CNG: Infrastructure associated with the importation or exportation of LNG / CNG to monetize resources or promote gas utilization and industrialization in new markets.
Gas-to-Power: Infrastructure associated with electricity production from conventional and unconventional natural gas, as well as associated gas. Natural gas will play an increasingly important role in base load electricity generation and support the uptake of renewable energy by providing back-up power at short notice.
AFRICA - DEMAND AND SUPPLY
Increased African consumer buying power spurs demand and proven gas reserves drive supply
African countries with proven gas reserves
African Country GDP Per Capita: Source: IMF (2018)
African Gas Reserves: Source: IEA, 2018
MGA INVESTMENT EVALUATION METHODLOGY.............................................................
GAS-TO-POWER REPRESENTS ONE OF THE BEST OPTIONS FOR GAS MONETIZATION IN AFRICA ………………………