The shale industry is increasingly acting as the price regulator for oil. This is not good news for Africa’s producers of crude.
Uganda and Tanzania have agreed to construct a $3.55bn oil pipeline boosting oil exports from the region.
UK high court refuses to hear Niger Delta oil spill claim against Shell.
Nigeria’s much-delayed oil bill finally goes through parliament in a piecemeal fashion.
Nigeria’s oil production could recover quickly once a deal is reached with Niger Delta militants, according to Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo.
Algeria’s reliance on oil and gas exports is a weakness in the current environment. But diversifying the economy would take a great act of political will.
Ado Oseragbaje, ceo at GE Sub-Saharan Africa oil & gas division, discusses the difficult climate for the oil & gas sector.
Investors are cautious, but Africa’s plentiful oil and gas resources remain an attractive prospect.
Wale Tinubu, CEO of Oando, Nigeria’s biggest oil and gas company, talks about the company’s successful restructure and prospects for Nigeria.
Algeria could benefit from a shale gas boom, but only if the country overcomes obstacles in its oil and gas sector.