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July 22, 2018An African Perspective: No Good Will Come From NOPEC
Throughout the years I spent as an undergraduate and law school student in the U.S., one of the things I truly admired was American ingenuity. I loved following news stories about U.S. startups that scraped together enough money to go overseas, explored for oil – and despite overwhelming odds, achieved success. These companies were creating […]
February 21, 2018Paths of Profit, not Destruction
How can government quell unrest and operators keep producing in the volatile Gulf of Guinea?
January 5, 2018Market Report: Maersk Wins Tullow Ghana Contract
Tullow Ghana awarded Maersk Drilling a four-year contract for the deep-water drillship Maersk Venturer.
November 10, 2017Market Report: Nigeria Calls for Talks to Renew Licenses for Shell, Total
Nigeria is also urging Shell and Eni to continue the disputed OPL 245.
September 18, 2017The Buzz: This Week in Africa
Top Stories: Kenya Aims to Reduce Energy Loss; Nigeria Preps for Licensing Round
June 29, 2017The Future Holds Great Promise
H.E. Ezekiel Lol Gatkuoth, Minister of Petroleum of South Sudan, talks about the state of the energy industry.
June 22, 2017Oil Prices Under Pressure Despite OPEC Efforts
Nigeria's crude oil exports are set to exceed 2 million bpd in August, the highest level planned for 17 months.
April 24, 2017Minimizing Risk in S. Sudan
CEO of Nile Petroleum Services, Makaer Michael Dot, addresses the security concerns in South Sudan.
June 29, 2016Bambili Group: Local Content in Africa
Economic and political uncertainty form the backdrop for recent conversations on local content.
March 16, 2016Africa’s Top 10 Places to Invest in 2016
While the oil price stays low, the oil stays in the ground. But not for long. Home to some of the biggest oil and gas discoveries in recent years, Africa is under explored and its untapped hydrocarbons reserves are enormous.