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Webinar: EXPLORATION FRONTIERS: OPPORTUNITIES FOR AMERICAN E&P AND SERVICE COMPANIES IN AFRICA’S UPSTREAM

Africa remains one of the last exploration frontiers, accounting for many of the world's most prolific oil and gas discoveries of the last decade. Opportunities in exploration abound, from traditional onshore exploration in South Sudan to shale plays in South Africa and deep offshore acreage in Ang ...

Aydanur Akkurt - Africa Oil & Power


    US 12 Nov 2020


Posted 1 month agoEvent > AOPAOP Webinarwebinar +25

U.S Crude Puts Squeeze on Nigerian Exports

Just as it was all looking on the up for Nigerian oil exports, it looks now as though India, one of the country's biggest export partners, has fallen out of love with West African crude. According to a report on Platts, India's leading oil company, Indian Oil Corporation, has issued a tender for a ...

Derby Omokoh - Upstream Consulting Company Lagos


Posted 3 years agoOpinion > USACrudeIndia +6

Start of the fightback or same old story from oil majors in Nigeria?  

It's been a purple patch for Nigeria's indigenous oil sector of late. After playing second fiddle to the international oil companies for the best part of the sector's history in Nigeria, homegrown talent has been rampant. If ever there was a time for the IOCs to worry for their future in the country ...

Derby Omokoh - Upstream Consulting Company Lagos


Posted 3 years agoOpinion > IOCsAgipExxonMobil +2

CSR is the next frontier for Nigeria’s local oil firms  

When a company reaches a certain size there begins a compulsion to give back. Often it's a way to improve public relations, often it helps build the network of a company overseas. But where I believe companies ought to be compelled to direct their ‘Corporate Social Responsibility' (CSR) contribution ...

Flo Kigbala - Delta Deep Content


Posted 3 years agoOpinion > SocialCSRmarketing +7

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 3 years agoOpinion > NigeriaIOCsInfrastructure +8

What football tells us about Nigeria’s supply concerns

So the latest news from the bigwigs at OPEC is that Nigeria's crude oil production has fallen from 2 million barrels per day to around 1.27 million. This sounds like bad news, anyone can see. And one would be foolish to suggest that a 37.5% decrease in crude production is a welcome shift for our oil ...

Derby Omokoh - Upstream Consulting Company Lagos


Posted 3 years agoOpinion > FootballOilOPEC +5