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By: Tilden Hellyer, Industry Analyst for Energy & Environment at Frost & Sullivan Africa

Overview

South Africa is on the verge of becoming a common topic of discussion in the global natural gas community. However, like so many ventures in the country, there are delays – some explicable and fair, others inexplicable and suspicious. What is certain is that if South Africa can rapidly position itself as a natural gas player, it will reap the reward in the medium to long term. One thing that can be said about the large oil companies present is their optimism that South Africa is still a viable investment climate. This cannot be sustained indefinitely, though, and investors may have already begun to evaluate their options, writes Tilden Hellyer, Industry Analyst for Energy & Environment at Frost & Sullivan.

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