Essential intelligence on Africa and the Middle East

Home > News > Monitoring News > Chad seeks to stabilise finances as IOCs look for buyers

Chad seeks to stabilise finances as IOCs look for buyers

Chad’s upstream sector is experiencing renewed interest thanks to asset sales, an upturn in crude output which the government says rose to 126,000 b/d in H1 2019, and an agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) that has helped to stabilise the oil-dependent economy. While production peaked at 180,000 b/d in 2005, the Chad-Cameroon export pipeline has 225,000 b/d capacity, offering significant space for new players.

Due diligence

For clients seeking a balanced picture of a company or individual, due diligence can provide an accurate view of their reputation, connections and identify potential problems

More >

Strategic advisory

From political risk to market entry studies our strategic advisory service is specifically tailored to a client’s current or intended strategic position

More >


Our consultancy services range from carrying out large-scale quantitative projects for public sector clients to identifying opportunities and monitoring risks for investors and developers

More >


Engaging government and industry with local experts to discuss the changing political landscape and emerging investment trends in Africa and the Middle East

More >