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E&P industry can’t live on small projects alone – Analyst

“Necessity they say is the mother of invention” is one old expression that seemed to have gained so much grounds in the global oil...

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Scramble as Mexico opens offshore bids

No fewer than 21 companies are said to have signified interest by registering in the Mexico’s highly anticipated deepwater bid round billed to take...


Power Sector

Negligence, bane of Nigeria’s power sector – Minister of Power

Lack of maintenance culture and culpable administrative negligence are critical factors in the wheels of Nigeria’s power sector growth and stability. The was the view...

NERC: Assessing past with cautious satisfaction, the future with optimism

Not many options were available to the Federal Government at the dawn of the present political dispensation in 1999 over the state of the...

ELECTRICITY: Uganda to satisfy local demand, export excess!

Households living within and around the Kawanda-Masaka electricity transmission line in Uganda are soon to be connected to the country’s national grid without paying...

Oil Economy

Ghana’s Oil Boom: The need for a paradigm shift

Years of socio-political upheavals have put the Ghanaian citizens on the alert. Within the past twenty-five years a lot has happened within the polity...

Tanzania’s hurdles to economic stability

The East African country of Tanzania is ranked among the poorest countries in the world with a per capita Gross Domestic Product, GDP of...

OPEC’s good and the ugly

Crude oil is a commodity almost like every other traded in the market, local or international. It was one of the properties bequeathed to...