Ethiopia’s main gas fields, Calub, Hilala and Genale, are located in the south-eastern part of the country in the Ogaden Basin. The gas resources potential of these fields has been projected to amount to 4.6 Trillion Cubic Feet (TCF).
Among East Africa’s oil and gas boom, drilling activity in the the vast Ogaden desert region of Ethiopia has dramatically increased and evidence that all the elements of a working petroleum system exist. In addition, some permeable Jurassic carbonate rocks in the Hamanlei formation can be considered potential reservoirs.
In Ethiopia, exploration and production is on the rise in this East African Country. Oil and Gas activities include Exploration, Production, Gas and Drilling in the Ogaden region.