Bayo Okoya

bayookoya

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Delta Analytics Lagos


Bio

Bayo Okoya is a data and analytics professional working in the oil and gas sector in Nigeria. Based between Lagos and Port Harcourt, Bayo used 'big data' to create models and images of the Earth’s structure bewteen 5,000-30,000 feet below sea level making reports around individual wells by assessing variables like machinery performance, oil flow rates and pressures.

Bayo writes for Oil Voice on general subjects within the Nigerian energy, oil and gas sector and is particularly interested in the emerging role of local and indigenous providers.


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Nigeria Has Leapt Up the World Bank’s Doing Business Rankings. What Does That Actually Mean?

The World Bank this week produced their annual Doing Business report. It doesn't tell you where to invest, but it does tell you exactly how easy or hard it might be and which hurdles (or lack of) you can expect to find when you get there. Ranking each country and their progress over time is an i ...

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“Eze does it!”: Nigeria’s Oranto moves into Uganda

It was reported earlier this week that Oranto Petroleum – one of Nigerian many emerging indigenous oil and gas corporations – has secured two production sharing agreements with Uganda to explore for oil and gas around Lake Albert. Oranto Chairman, Arthur Eze expressed his exciting at the opportun ...

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Nigerian Oil: Blending Indigenous Roots and International Ambitions

What makes a firm essentially Nigerian? Certainly not where it operates, but rather its people. Who founded it, who directs its day-to-day management and longer-term strategic direction. Who ‘calls the shots' in other words. However, there is another question. A lot of oil firms claim to be indigen ...

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Posted 2 years agoOpinion > Nigeria

Nigeria's Corruption Rhetoric Won't Fix The Oil Sector

In Nigeria ‘corruption' has so many forms, so many connotations and occurs in so many settings that it has become a loaded and vague term. At its most benign, it greases the wheels of a transaction, gets you in the room, bumps you to the front of the line. At its most malign, it undermines the fab ...

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OPEC vs Nigeria: Lose-lose situation?

Last week, Nigerian oil minister Emmanuel Ibe Kachikwu indicated that Nigeria would not join OPEC oil cuts until March 2018 at the very earliest, citing a lack of stability in the nation's oil output. OPEC agreed in May this year to extend output cuts into 2018, though Libya and Nigeria were exemp ...

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