COMBINING TECHNICAL, OPERATIONAL & FINANCIAL EXPERTISE
Leopard Resources is a service company operating exclusively within the upstream oil & gas sector.
We believe in deep technical expertise (from geophysics to drilling) to be in a position to take sound decisions and recommendations for our clients, leading to:
(i) improved operations,
(ii) successful transactions which we can support from origination to execution,
(iii) critical financing (debt and/or equity),
We provide independent, strategic, legal, technical and commercial advice, as well as project management support. Our tailor made solutions adapt to our clients needs.
Our key partners allow us to provide some unique solutions to acquire, develop and finance stranded and undeveloped oil & gas discoveries.
Our core geographical focus is Africa (especially Nigeria and Angola) where our team members have an unique and unsurpassed track record of managing successful operations, leading transformative transactions and major financing in their own previous companies over the last 30 years.
Why with us?
AN UNSURPASSED PERFORMANCE HISTORY IN AFRICA E&P INDUSTRY OVER THE LAST 20 YEARS
Out team members have an unique and outstanding track record of managing successful operations, leading transformative transactions and major financing in their own previous companies over the last 20 years in Africa. They played a critical role in ramping up production at Addax Petroleum Corporation and more recently at AITEO.
Addax Petroleum grew production in West Africa from 10kbopd to more than 120kbopd over an 8 year period (2001-2009). At the peak of production ramp up, up to 7 drilling rigs were drilling development and appraisal wells. More than 200kbopd of initial rate projects were initiated coming from the development of multiple oil fields, including more than 12 key green field developments: Adanga Main, Adanga NE, Adanga South, Kita Marine, Oron, Ebughu, Nda, Okwori, Panthere, Obangue,Tsiengui,…
More recently, being part of Aiteo executive team gave the opportunity to renew an outstanding performance a second time by acquiring the largest onshore asset in SubSahara Africa (for $2.56bln) and ramping up production from 25kbopd to 92kbopd, by applying a first class maintenance program to existing ageing infrastructure, in a context of limited means due to plummeting oil price environment.