Nigeria Energy

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How important is reform to the future development of Nigeria’s oil industry?

 

There is a quiet revolution under way in Nigeria’s energy sector. As part of a broader push to boost local participation in the energy industry, a range of indigenous companies, such as Shoreline Energy, Frontier Oil and Transcorp, have emerged over the past decade, increasingly gaining access to a modest share of the upstream segment and...

 

Crude oil refining emerged early on as an area of focus for the government of Muhammadu Buhari, who within weeks of assuming office as president had begun rolled out plans to overhaul the existing facilities. The government has also initiated a fresh attempt to build new plants, with a focus on attracting private investment, such as the...

 

With most gas found offshore in the eastern section of the country’s territorial waters, the need for pipelines to move gas elsewhere is paramount, given the large population centres in both the west and the north. Long-awaited upgrades to Nigeria’s pipeline network are expected in the next several years, aimed at addressing this key...

 

As Africa’s largest oil producer, Nigeria’s energy sector accounts for 90% of exports and at least 50% of government revenues. The country is second only to Libya on the continent in the size of its reserves, and onshore fields have been productive for decades. Offshore deposits are a frontier that has been massively underexplored, and in...

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