A compelling investment opportunity

Five reasons to invest



Predictable base revenue stream

Savannah has three high-quality, high‑growth business units in Nigeria, Niger and Cameroon. Our current producing assets providing a predictale base revenue stream are in Nigeria, where future contracted gas revenues are derived from fixed price, long-term gas sales agreements with a weighted average remaining contract life of 13.6 years and US$3.5 billion of remaining life-of-contract revenues(b). Over 90% of our current contracted revenues are with customers providing investment grade credit guarantees(e).


Proven track record of delivery

Savannah has a strong and proven track record of delivering value in a safe and sustainable manner. We benefit from a strong and functionally arranged operating platform, a purposeful performance driven culture, and a highly experienced Board and senior management team. We have a strong track record of delivering our capital projects on time and budget, of delivering post-acquisition asset performance enhancements and of exploration excellence.

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Making a sustainable impact

We seek to deliver energy projects in Africa which make meaningful positive socio-economic contributions to our host countries. We strive to manage all of our operations in a safe, secure and environmentally sustainable manner. Our carbon intensity, diversity and local content performance metrics are
industry leading. Our sustainability strategy is focused on four key pillars aligned with 13 of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.



Strong organic growth potential

In Nigeria, we expect to deliver significant organic growth through a de‑bottlenecking programme at the Stubb Creek Field, the compression project at the Uquo CPF, the sale of third-party gas through our pipeline network, and potential new and extended gas sales agreements. In Niger, we expect to progress our R3 East development with a flow testing programme planned for Q4 2024 and first oil planned for H2 2025/H1 2026. We also have significant additional longer-term growth potential associated with 146 exploration targets within our licence area. Across our renewable energy business, we are focused on developing new, large-scale greenfield power projects in our core African region, where we believe the market opportunity is likely to be c. 310 GW by 2030¹.


Strong inorganic growth potential

We continue to actively review new acquisition opportunities focused predominantly on: cash-generative, or near-term cash-generative, upstream and midstream assets; and/or “bolt-on” assets for which there is significant synergistic value to our existing operations. In the case of the former, typically larger opportunities, our focus is upon those that are being offered by
vendors which are divesting assets for “strategic” reasons and would be unit value per share accretive to Savannah. We see significant value creation potential in such deals, with the performance improvements we have delivered in our Nigerian assets post-acquisition a prime example of how this can be achieved.

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1 Remaining life of contact revenues estimated on a maintenance adjusted take-or-pay basis including contributions from three of our customers: Calabar Generation Company Limited (owner of the Calabar power station), Ibom Power Company Limited (owner of the Ibom power station) and the Lafarge Africa PLC (owner of the Lafarge Mfamosing cement plant). Note this is not an audited number.

2 Investment grade indicates credit support from an entity which holds an investment grade rating from either Standard & Poor’s, Moody’s or Fitch Ratings.

3 Source: International Energy Agency