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Sonangol, Chevron & Shell Join Tullow Oil and Total to Discuss Well Intervention in West Africa

Eni Nigeria, Marathon Oil, Shell & Sonangol amongst offshore operators joined by leading well work experts at the Offshore Well Intervention Workshop West Coast of Africa on March 7-8: https://tinyurl.com/yc4eq3ft    150+ senior well intervention experts will get together in March at the Mövenpick ...

Erin Smith - Offshore Network


Posted 2 years agoPress > well interventionWest AfricaWell P&A +3

Argus West Africa LPG

West Africa LPG 2018 is endorsed by the Ministry of Energy, Ghana, and is the only event in the region organised by a world leader in LPG benchmarking and price reporting. Join us at the first event in the region to provide a strong foundation on which to promote LPG as a modern, clean and convenie ...

evvnt Platform


Accra   Greater Accra Region   GH 09 May 2018


Posted 2 years agoEvent

MDL wins West Africa SURF project

Maritime Developments has secured a flexible installation project offshore Ghana. The work scope covers an installation of a flowline using MDL Third-generation Reel Drive System, operated by the expert MDL Offshore Service team. The equipment was loaded out in components from MDL's Peterhead, ...

Aleksandra Jurczak


Posted 1 year agoPress > MDLWest AfricaGhana +4

Ghana: Africa’s fastest-growing producer invites international investors and IOCs to the official Ghana Oil, Gas & Energy Summit

For the first time ever, international oil, gas and energy companies are gathering in one place at the Ghana Oil, Gas & Energy Summit, under the full endorsement of the Ministry of Energy of Ghana and the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre. The Summit is organised by IN-VR Oil & Gas and will take p ...

Felix Tsourakis - IN-VR Oil & Gas


Posted 7 months agoPress

Africa’s Leading Producer

Producing 2.1 million barrels per day (bpd), Nigeria serves as Africa's largest oil and gas producer, although production is currently limited to 1.4 million bpd by OPEC-led quotas. In a bid to develop untapped resources andmonetize existing resources, 2020 has seen the launch of a marginal field ...

Aydanur Akkurt - Africa Oil & Power


Posted 18 days agoLink > NigeriaNigeria Oil Gas & Power 2021NOGP2021 +22

Amid uncertainty, Kenya’s oil sector looks to drive economic development

Twelve months ago – almost to the day – President Kenyatta announced that Kenya's economic growth would reach an impressive 6.9% in 2020. It seemed realistic too: The President's ‘Big Four' agenda was bearing early fruit, SMEs were flourishing and even tourism far outpaced regional averages. But ...

Derby Omokoh - Upstream Consulting Company Lagos


Posted 6 months agoPress > KenyaexportsCovid19 +4

Taking stock of the COVID-19 Energy Crisis

For many, 2020 will definitely be a year to remember…unfortunately not in a fond manner. In the first quarter of the year we have seen free falling crude oil prices, stranded crude cargoes of some of the most sought after crude grades, negative prices for crude futures, global economic shut down; ...

Mariah Lucciano-Gabriel - Asharami Energy


Posted 5 months agoOpinion > covid-19EnergyCrisis +4

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

Sudan’s New Business Council Looks West For Post-Oil Prosperity

After 20 years, last week saw the formal lifting of US economic sanctions on Sudan. In a punishing two decades, Sudan has weathered a devastating humanitarian crisis in Darfur, the cessession of the South and the loss of its precious oil revenues with it. But it has not been buckled, and it has not ...

Flo Kigbala - Delta Deep Content


Posted 3 years agoOpinion > SudanOilSanctions +3

On the brink of progress in the Delta?

Last month I was very interested to read the announcement from our esteemed Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Dr Emmanuel Kachikwu. He may have been speaking at the Nigerian Oil and Gas (NOG) Conference , but in reality he was addressing the world. His message was this: that the Federal Go ...

Derby Omokoh - Upstream Consulting Company Lagos


Posted 3 years agoOpinion > 2017 Oil industry PredictionsNigerialegislation +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 3 years agoOpinion > South SudanlocalcontentNigeria +6

Fries with that?! The US takes a big bite out of the Nigerian pie

It's not been an easy couple of years to be in the oil and gas sector in Nigeria. The last government seems to have given away enormously under-valued concessions to anyone that asked, the currency has fallen off a cliff and no one really knows what it's worth, and oil prices have hardly been kind t ...

Derby Omokoh - Upstream Consulting Company Lagos


Posted 3 years agoOpinion > USANigeriaJapan +6

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 3 years agoOpinion > PIBOilNigeria +3

Deadline threatens self-sufficiency in Nigeria

Nigeria has been something of a playground for the International Oil Companies (IOCs) since the oil boom began here in the 1960s. The resources they brought, the scales of production to which they were accustomed to and the reach of their extraction and distribution networks meant that returns were ...

Derby Omokoh - Upstream Consulting Company Lagos


Posted 3 years agoOpinion > NigeriaPIBjoint venture +5

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
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