Questions in the survey have been separated into 3 categories: upstream, gas-to-power and LNG.

Results from the online survey will be examined at the beginning of the AIX Gas meeting on 15 September and form part of the focus for the panel-led discussion. 

All answers in the survey will remain annoymous.

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* 2. Which gas technologies does your company currently work with?

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* 3. Upstream

Considering the challenges of operating in Africa, how would you rank Africa’s importance in the “dash to gas” compared to other world regions?

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* 4. Are African governments adapting to offer the right licensing terms for gas producers, or are they still overly focused on oil? What legislative measures are needed for upstream companies to prioritise gas?

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* 5. How confident are you that SSLNG will take off in Africa in the next 5 years? – Scale from 1-5 where 1 is very unlikely and 5 is very likely

i We adjusted the number you entered based on the slider’s scale.

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* 6. What impact will the energy transition have on demand for Africa’s gas resources over the next ten years?

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* 7. Gas-to-power

Gas power plants in Africa remain a long and challenging undertaking which is heavily geographically restricted. Please rank the following statements in the order that they delay or threaten gas power projects? (1 is the most important cause of delay, 8 is the least important)

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* 8. If other in the previous question, please specify

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* 9. With renewable energy expected to play an increasing role on African grids, the role of gas and thermal plants is changing. With this in mind, please state the extent to which you agree or disagree with the following statements:

  Strongly disagree Slightly disagree Neither agree nor disagree Slightly agree Strongly agree
Gas turbines are the most appropriate technology for Africa
Internal combustion engines are the most appropriate technology for Africa
Africa will need both turbines and engines for different applications
Gas power will become increasingly redundant as the price of batteries decreases
Gas power plants risk becoming stranded assets over a 25-year time horizon
Gas power plants will play an increasing role providing baseload and mid-merit power in Africa

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* 10. If you would like to comment on your answers to the previous question please do so here

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* 11. What impact will energy transition have on gas-to-power schemes in Africa over the next ten years?

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* 12. LNG

Please state the extent to which you agree or disagree with the following statements:

  Strongly disagree Slightly disagree Neither agree nor disagree Slightly agree Strongly agree
The international LNG market will be the most important anchor for upstream gas developments in Africa over the next decade
The African LNG market will be the most important anchor for upstream gas developments in Africa over the next decade
The domestic gas market will be the most important anchor for upstream gas developments in Africa over the next decade

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* 13. Please rank the following statements in terms of their importance as barriers to LNG use in Africa, where 1 is the most important and 6 is the least important:

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* 14. Please specify other (if relevant)

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* 15. Please rank the following in terms of which model is best suited for introducing LNG to Africa, where 1 is best suited and 3 is the least well suited.

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* 16. How can African governments best facilitate LNG use in their countries?

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* 17. What impact will the energy transition have on Africa's LNG market over the next ten years?

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