Exploring & Fuelling Namibia

Upstream Activities

We actively market and promote the hydrocarbon potential of the Namibian acreage.

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Downstream Activities

We are always looking for alternative sources of supply.

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Kudu Gas

The Kudu Gas Project is one of Namibia's responses to the looming energy crisis.

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  N$ 13.4
Currency Exchange Rates
  N$ 17.78
Currency Exchange Rates
  N$ 15.66
Currency Exchange Rates
N$ 12.30
95 Octane Unleaded Petrol
N$ 12.63
Diesel 500ppm
N$ 12.68
Diesel 50ppm


NAMCOR at the Africa Oil Week 2017

This one is for all the women in Namibia", said Petroleum Commissioner Maggy Shino when she won her prestigious award in Global Women in the Petroleum Industry.

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Cooperative Muratori Cementisti Ravanna (CMC)/Otesa JV

The Commercial Business Unit landed OTESA as a new customer and has supplied the company with 2 × 26,000 litres of self-bunded tanks.

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CBU Lands New Client

The Commercial Business Unit has acquired a new client Zhongmei Engineering Group

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E & P Spearheads Major Block Valuation Project

The Exploration & Production Department is involved in a project that will see more value being placed on high hydro- carbon potential blocks.

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As part of NAMCOR’s tireless efforts to promote Namibia as an attractive destination for petroleum potential, the company is in the process of setting up a Data Center. Costs of putting up the building and equipping will be between N$6 and N$7 million.

The Exploration & Production (E&P) and the Information, Communication and Technology (ICT) departments are working closely on the project, which is scheduled to be finalized by June 2015.

Exploration & Production Executive Uaapi Utjavari described the project as crucial, for enhancing data safety. “We acquire this data offshore at a cost of N$1000 per square kilo metre. There is no chance of acquiring the data again when you loose it. As such, one has to keep it very safe”.

Utjavari remarked that the data was also critical in “marketing Namibia’s hydrocarbon potential internationally”. “Potential investors make prospects on the basis of the data,” said Utjavari.

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