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China’s shale gas boom not expected soon – Dr. Yang

Shale gas in China, according to Wood Mackenzie, has seen significant progress in the last decade, growing to nearly 600 wells and 9 billion...

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None of the E&P companies perhaps would have, in their wildest imagination thought that the global oil and gas industry players could quickly adjust...

Oil Licenses: Equatorial Guinea lays the cards

Equatorial Guinea’s Ministry of Mines, Industry and Energy has finally launched the country’s latest oil and gas blocks licensing round, EG Ronda 2016, and...


Power Sector

NERC’s new helmsman takes full charge

The induction of Professor James Momoh to authenticate his role as the new chairman of the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission, NERC has taken place...

NAPTIN to train 80 S/Leoneans as Nigeria battles corruption with handgloves

“That Nigeria with a population of about 180 million people sharing less than 5, 000MW of electricity does not mean lack of professional and...

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...

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...