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Sub-Saharan Africa Compared by Economy > Natural gas > Proved reserves

DEFINITION: This entry is the stock of proved reserves of natural gas in cubic meters (cu m). Proved reserves are those quantities of natural gas, which, by analysis of geological and engineering data, can be estimated with a high degree of confidence to be commercially recoverable from a given date forward, from known reservoirs and under current economic conditions.

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Nigeria 5.29 trillion cu m 2011
2 Angola 309.8 billion cu m 2011
3 Cameroon 135.1 billion cu m 2011
4 Mozambique 127.4 billion cu m 2011
5 Sudan 84.95 billion cu m 2011
6 Namibia 62.29 billion cu m 2011
7 Rwanda 56.63 billion cu m 2011
8 Equatorial Guinea 36.81 billion cu m 2011
=9 Cote d'Ivoire 28.32 billion cu m 2011
=9 Gabon 28.32 billion cu m 2011
=9 Mauritania 28.32 billion cu m 2011
12 Ethiopia 24.92 billion cu m 2011
13 Ghana 22.65 billion cu m 2011
14 Uganda 14.16 billion cu m 2011
15 Tanzania 6.51 billion cu m 2011
16 Somalia 5.66 billion cu m 2011
17 Benin 1.13 billion cu m 2011
18 Democratic Republic of the Congo 991.1 million cu m 2011
19 South Africa 27.16 million cu m 2006
=20 Comoros 0.0 2011
=20 Zambia 0.0 2011
=20 Burundi 0.0 2011
=20 Djibouti 0.0 2011
=20 Seychelles 0.0 2011
=20 Guinea-Bissau 0.0 2011
=20 Niger 0.0 2011
=20 Chad 0.0 2011
=20 Mali 0.0 2011
=20 Togo 0.0 2011
=20 Eritrea 0.0 2011
=20 Kenya 0.0 2011
=20 Lesotho 0.0 2011
=20 Cape Verde 0.0 2011
=20 The Gambia 0.0 2011
=20 Sao Tome and Principe 0.0 2011
=20 Botswana 0.0 2011
=20 Zimbabwe 0.0 2011
=20 Senegal 0.0 2011
=20 Sierra Leone 0.0 2011
=20 Guinea 0.0 2011
=20 Mauritius 0.0 2011
=20 Central African Republic 0.0 2011
=20 Malawi 0.0 2011
=20 Liberia 0.0 2011
=20 Burkina Faso 0.0 2011
=20 Swaziland 0.0 2011
=20 Madagascar 0.0 2006

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