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Sub-Saharan Africa Oil/Gas Industry Leaders Head to Houston Conference to Discuss Opportunities, Potentials and Market Stabilization.

Sub-Saharan Africa is getting a good global attention as the region for the new wave of boom in oil and gas exploration and production. This translates that the region will experience avalanche of activities in the industry from the 2Qtr of 2019 to 2025. According to a recent report by Douglas Wes ...

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Posted 7 months agoPress > sub sharan africagasconference +6

Penspen Alliance With Crestech Secures PMC Deal With NNPC

Penspen, a leading global provider of engineering and project management services to the energy industry, and Nigerian engineering firm Crestech, have signed their largest contract to date after forming a strategic alliance in November 2016. The companies have secured a deal with the Nigerian Nati ...

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Posted 1 year agoPress > Penspen GroupCrestechalliance +5

Market Situation and Future of Oil industry in Africa as 11th Annual Sub-Saharan Africa Oil/Gas Conference Parade its Speakers for This Year’s event

The current market situation in the oil & gas industry which calls for agility, structured competitiveness in terms of cost reduction and ensuring quality in order for companies to remain afloat in the global market and maintain substantive profitability, are  critical areas of focus for the 11 th ...

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Posted 1 year agoPress > upstreamdownstreamAfrica +9

Nigeria says 'Power to the people!'

Like many working in the oil and gas sector in Nigeria, I am crossing my fingers that much-needed new legislation will be passed in the days ahead. Not only would it provide a confidence boost for the global investment community, but it would sure-up the domestic market and at last allow it to grow. ...

Bayo Okoya - Delta Analytics Lagos


Posted 2 years agoOpinion > NNPCPowergeneration +1

Fresh sleaze in Nigerian oil?

The Nigerian oil sector has been hamstrung by corruption, inefficiency, macroeconomic suppression and self-inflicting uncertainty over the regulatory environment. Legislation has so far done very little to change this. And on the corruption front, there are worrying new claims  that – despite makin ...

Bayo Okoya - Delta Analytics Lagos


Posted 2 years agoOpinion > NigeriaBuhariNNPC +2

Nigeria’s local firms flex their muscles overseas

Nigeria's local content capacity is regularly overlooked. Our home-grown companies are cast in the shadow of the multinational oil majors like Royal Dutch Shell Plc, Exxon Mobil Corp., Chevron Corp., Total SA and Eni SpA, which currently produce about 90 percent of our crude. But change is afoot and ...

Derby Omokoh - Upstream Consulting Company Lagos


Posted 2 years agoOpinion > South SudanlocalcontentNigeria +6

Transformational Adjustments required for the New Petroleum Era – Dr Babatunde Victor Adeniran, COO,NNPC speaks in Houston conference

As the global price of oil is recovering and the market adjusting, national oil companies, governments, international oil companies, local operators and investors are becoming more optimistic in their risk management methodologies to avert future mishaps and stabilize the market. While the latest r ...

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Posted 2 years agoPress > NigeriaNNPCGhana +8