Algeria Articles & Analysis

Algeria is a key producer of hydrocarbons in Africa, ranking first in gas output and among the top three for oil. It depends on the sector for the majority of government revenue and nearly all exports. Despite reforms to encourage private sector development, promote diversification and attract FDI, the state plays a preponderant role, meaning that changes to government expenditure and investment continue to have a large impact on economic performance.

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La relance de l’investissement public et des résultats encourageants dans les secteurs hors hydrocarbures ont porté la croissance de l’économie algérienne en 2018, une tendance qui devra toutefois être confirmée en 2019 dans un contexte de ralentissement de la croissance mondiale, de volatilité des prix du pétrole et d’une légère réduction de l’investissement public.

How would you assess Algeria’s pharmaceuticals industry?

 

What are the main characteristics of the national environmental strategy up to 2030?

 

How would you assess the potential of the upstream segment in the medium term?

 

As oil output declines and fields mature, state-owned Sonatrach is relying more on Algeria’s extensive gas reserves to maintain exports while meeting growing domestic demand, with gas the focus of its SH2030 Leading the Change transformation strategy. There are two unconventional and offshore exploration wells planned for 2019, seven for 2020...

 

Despite being a major oil producer, Algeria is a net fuel importer and is thus in the paradoxical position of being rich in hydrocarbons but lacking in refined products. It is currently in the process of developing its refining operations in order to satisfy domestic fuel demand, which has grown steadily since the 2000s.