Tagged With Nigeria
Abuja goes for gas, again
19 July 2017
Nigeria has long tried to develop a domestic gas market. The Buhari administration is trying again
Time to Shell out?
17 July 2017
The world hardly needs another LNG plant but a capacity expansion at Nigeria's NLNG looks more probable than it has for a while
Waste not, want not in Nigeria
17 July 2017
Niger Delta oil projects used to be among the world's worst offenders, but things are improving
Nigeria looking up
17 July 2017
Long-awaited legislative progress, peace in the Delta and some astute political management are creating optimism in the country's energy sector
Nigerian continuity and change
17 July 2017
Oil production is picking up and vital legislation affecting the future of the sector looks to be heading for the statute book, but Nigeria is not out of the woods yet
Help not hinder Africa
12 July 2017
Oil in Africa has a bad press—but it needn't be that way, argues a new book
Nigeria's Buhari question
23 May 2017
His 2015 election brought hope for Nigeria's struggling oil-dominated economy. Is the president now part of the problem?
Nigeria: Back to the future?
19 April 2017
The government faces some tough decisions as it decides how to handle the corruption allegations surrounding the acquisition by Shell and Eni of offshore block OPL 245
Nigerian output recovery still distant
24 February 2017
As export routes remain blocked, local producers get creative
How much can Nigeria add?
30 January 2017
The country has a chance to lift output - but that doesn't mean it will
Some pain, some gain for Africa
2 December 2016
Crude prices hurt exporters and LNG plans idled. Violence flared in the Niger Delta. East African oil and Senegal were bright spots
West Africa revival
17 November 2016
More oil output can be expected from West Africa in 2017, even if the recovery in upstream activity will be modest
Nigeria's dilemma
10 November 2016
The economy is struggling, investors are nervous and a ceasefire in the Delta seems to be over, threatening production
Nigeria to go all out for biofuels
18 October 2016
As the country’s crude production continues to suffer, it is turning to alternative fuels
Nigeria is no longer Africa's top dog
5 October 2016
Delta violence has forced Nigeria to cede its place as the continent’s top oil producer to Angola—for now
Nigeria’s oil output still hampered
3 October 2016
An exemption from Opec’s supply deal will mean nothing unless the unrest abates
The elusive oil market balance
21 September 2016
Slow demand growth, bloated stocks and managed money are impeding the price recovery
Nigeria: making gas work
19 July 2016
A recent IPP deal suggests Abuja may have a way to come good on promises to provide power to the people
Action time for Nigeria's government
19 July 2016
Nigeria’s government is pressing on with plans to liberalise key parts of the economy. The downstream is a priority
Nigeria: delta of trouble
19 July 2016
Nigeria planned to clean up its oil sector and increase production, but the optimism is fading
Distress ahead in the Nigerian delta?
8 July 2016
Far from hitting a 2.2m b/d output target this year, Nigeria’s entire onshore production is now at risk
Buhari’s Delta gamble
25 May 2016
Fresh violence in Nigeria’s oil heartland is cutting output and threatening upstream investment
The outages start to hurt
18 May 2016
The market has at last noticed the mounting supply-side problems, which are now pushing up oil prices
Missing the boat
4 April 2016
From Cyprus to the Niger Delta, developers hope to add lucrative new LNG capacity. The timing is bad
West Africa on the up
25 February 2016
Oil production will grow again in 2016, despite the downturn in prices
Power to the people
23 February 2016
As LNG growth plans fade, improving the domestic market is the priority for Nigeria to make use of its abundant gas reserves
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