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 International / Frontier Overview

Worldwide Activities

Anadarko's worldwide exploration and production activities are a product of our ability to transfer knowledge from domestic areas to international opportunities. 

Areas of Activity:

  • Alaska
  • Algeria
  • Colombia
  • Brazil
  • East Africa (Kenya and Mozambique)
  • New Zealand 
  • West Africa (Cote d'Ivoire and Ghana)
  • South Africa


Anadarko and its partners have been tremendously successful in of Mozambique's Rovuma Basin, discovering massive natural gas accumulations offshore. Anadarko drilled more than 25 successful exploration/appraisal wells since 2010, revealing world-class natural gas complexes that combined hold an estimated 50 to 70+ trillion cubic feet (Tcf) of recoverable natural gas resources. The Prosperidade and Golfinho/Atum complexes represent a transformational opportunity for Mozambique. The partnership also announced other discoveries at the Orca, Espadarte and Tubarão prospects in Offshore Area 1.  

As a result of this success, the company and its partners are working to advance an initial development plan that includes an onshore LNG park in Mozambique. For additional information on this world-class project, please visit the Mozambique section of our website or www.MZLNG.com.

El Merk, Algeria

Anadarko and its partners achieved first oil at the El Merk project in Algeria in March of 2013. In the third quarter 2014, gross oil production surpassed 153,000 barrels per day. 


Jubilee and TEN Project, Ghana

Anadarko and partners announced first oil from the Jubilee field in December 2010. First oil was achieved in a record time, just 3.5 years following first discovery. During the second quarter of 2014, Jubilee achieved a production milestone of 100 million barrels of cumulative oil production. The partnership's success has expanded in Ghana with major discoveries at the adjacent Tweneboa, Enyenra and Ntomme fields. These discoveries, now referred to as the TEN complex, are expected to advance as the next major FPSO development in the region with first oil anticipated in 2016.  

View Anadarko's most current quarterly operations report and investor presentations for more information on our international activities.



​2014 Algeria Fact Sheet