In short:
Crude and gas fields are being discovered in an increasing number of African countries, and a lengthening list of newcomers – among them Mozambique, Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania – are on the brink of production. In the process, East Africa – which has hitherto not figured on the global energy map other than as a cash-strapped importer of oil – could soon rival West Africa as a world-class producer of oil and gas.

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