Scaling up oil and gas trade in Senegal

Kurven Monien 3 MarchOMA Logistics Senegal’s Country Manager Kurven Monien speaks exclusively with Oil Review Africa about the country’s energy sector expansion

According to him, Senegal has managed its position as one of the leading African trade hubs. The country’s main Dakar port serves as a gateway to Africa for global traders. Recently, with the discovery of approximately 450 bcm of natural gas, Senegal’s oil and gas sector has gained the attention of major international companies.

Senegal has recently seen some positive developments in its oil and gas sector. The prominent developments are seen in the Grand Tortue Ahmeyim gas field, which is expected to generate its first gas in 2023 and Woodside’s work on the Sangomar field, which is set to produce the first oil in 2023.

Additionally, the government of Senegal and various private sector partners are pursuing new state-of-the-art port projects, including a new bulk and mineral port in Bargny and a new container terminal in Ndiane, located south of Dakar.

Speaking about OMA Logistics’ projects in Africa, he highlighted that the company regularly arranges the safe handling of shipments throughout Senegal and across borders into Mali and can service any type of project, whether the cargo is heavy lift, out of gauge or break bulk.

“Our vision is to offer a complete and compliant logistics platform dedicated to the industry; including warehousing, yard storage, container depot and offices,” Monien concluded.

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