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Business in Emerging Africa: Indimi shares lessons at Harvard

One of Africa's most successful businessmen and founder of Oriental Energy Resources Limited, Dr. Muhammadu Indimi, has reiterated the importance of partnership and collaboration in the long-term success of businesses. He made the submission on Thursday while sharing Lessons in Business, Leadershi ...

Aniwura Omolayo - Oriental Energy Resources Limited


Posted 1 year agoPress > NigeriapetroleumOriental Energy Resources Limited +13

Aiteo, Sahara, Seplat the front-runners in Nigeria’s oil renaissance

It's been a very long time since we have been able to report a different good news story every week in the Nigerian oil sector. But the positive trends, results and projections just keep on coming. It's almost enough to blow away the PIB blues . . . ! This week's good news comes from the Nigerian ...

Derby Omokoh - Upstream Consulting Company Lagos


Posted 2 years agoOpinion > Oil and GasNigeriaupstream +7

Clock ticking on Nigerian oil reform

After a 10-year wait, Nigeria and much of the oil sector globally wait this week in shared anticipation for the passing of the Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB). With just a few days left until the self-imposed deadline announced by the Senate for introducing the PIB, are we at last on the verge of a re ...

Derby Omokoh - Upstream Consulting Company Lagos


Posted 2 years agoOpinion > reformNigeriaindigenous +5

Aiteo Group and Seplat lead indigenous Nigerian groundswell

A great change is occurring in at the grassroots of the oil and gas sector in Nigeria. For most of our country's history as a petro-state, the International Oil Companies have called the shots, dominating the exploration and production of oil products. But now, indigenous companies are beginning to ...

Derby Omokoh - Upstream Consulting Company Lagos


Posted 2 years agoOpinion > NigeriaIOCsInfrastructure +8

Grab your popcorn - the PIB debate begins!

It's finally happening! The most eagerly-anticipated piece of legislation in the tumultuous history of the oil and gas sector in Nigeria is moving forward. Like a steam train pulling out of a station, it has taken a seemingly infinite amount of time to start but it now looks as though Nigeria's sena ...

Derby Omokoh - Upstream Consulting Company Lagos


Posted 2 years agoOpinion > PIBOilNigeria +3