Tagged With Nigeria
Dangote on track for Q4 commissioning
22 April 2022
Previous updates on Africa’s largest refinery had been no more specific than sometime in 2022
Niger sets out upstream ambitions
12 April 2022
The country expects to ramp up crude production and exports next year with the completion of its export pipeline via Benin
Seplat denies ExxonMobil deal under threat
17 March 2022
Acquisition of US major’s assets still on track, says Nigerian independent
Nigeria and Angola struggle to reverse quota failures
7 February 2022
The inability of Opec+ to meet its increased production target is due in part to significant shortfalls from the two African suppliers
NNPC seeks funds, eyes upstream expansion
4 February 2022
The Nigerian state oil firm is seeking to raise billions as it attempts to become a commercial entity and as IOCs look to divest assets in the country
Nigeria poised for refining renaissance
20 December 2021
The country is set to end a lengthy period in the doldrums with the launch of several small facilities
Letter from Africa: West African deepwater developers face FPSO choice
2 November 2021
Decision may prove critical to the viability of the next tranche of regional projects
Nigerian domestic gas plans advance
29 October 2021
The Anoh plant is due to come online in H1 2022
Savannah Energy eyes expansion
6 October 2021
The Africa-focused independent is looking for additional projects, says CEO Andrew Knott
Nigeria’s ADM eyes further upstream acquisitions
1 October 2021
Nigerian independent ADM Energy is seeking more West African assets to further its recent growth
Nigerian reforms leave lingering doubts
16 September 2021
Questions remain over some specifics of the recently passed Petroleum Industry Bill and whether the reforms will be enough to jumpstart the country’s stalled upstream
LNG projects aim to shrug off challenging year
31 August 2021
Progress has been slow on both the liquefaction and regasification sides over the past 12 months, but numerous new developments are planned
Nigeria’s PIB inches towards law
8 July 2021
The Petroleum Industry Bill reached an important milestone at the start of July
Letter from Africa: Upstream opportunities abound as majors step back
5 July 2021
There are plenty of large sellers and smaller buyers, but there may be a medium-size missing piece
Africa bucks global refining trend
28 June 2021
Despite oil companies the world over mothballing old refineries and putting new projects on hold, there has been a recent bustle of activity in sub-Saharan Africa
Nigeria LNG Train 7 advances
22 June 2021
The expansion to Nigeria’s liquefaction capacity will face growing global competition
Interest grows in Nigerian refining
9 June 2021
The Dangote refinery development is raising hopes of a refinery sector revival
Nigeria calls for “just” energy transition and gas funding
20 May 2021
Nigerian Vice President Yemi Osinbajo urges equitable energy transition for developing world and criticises growing reluctance of developed nations, banks and institutions to fund African gas projects
Petronor eyes African expansion
20 May 2021
The Norwegian firm is looking for new opportunities on the continent
Double trouble for West African upstream
27 April 2021
Corporate carbon goals and local regulatory regimes will determine whether the region’s deepwater sector can attract renewed interest from investors
Nigeria promises state-owned refinery progress
25 March 2021
The country has set out an ambitious timeline to refurbish its long-neglected Port Harcourt refineries
Gulf of Guinea piracy worsens
5 March 2021
Maritime regulators and the shipping industry issue warnings over escalating frequency, severity and range of pirate attacks
Nigeria calls on explorers to stop waiting for PIB
25 February 2021
Nigerian authorities want IOCs to develop new projects in the country, but uncertainty over the Petroleum Industry Bill continues to deter investment
Nigerian PIB stalls after inching forward
3 November 2020
Senate completes second reading of the long-delayed bill before debate is adjourned for more than a month
Nigeria pushes gas into fast lane
9 October 2020
Abuja turns to new gas promotion measures to ease the pain of removing unaffordable gasoline subsidies
LNG has come far but still has far to go
25 September 2020
Vanguard award winner Tolu Longe has seen many changes for the better over the past two decades. But there is still more to be done
Covid-19 puts African energy on pause
16 July 2020
Discoveries have been almost non-existent since the pandemic, and investments in the power sector have stalled despite urgent need
Global announcements and developments July
16 July 2020
The industry's most comprehensive list of current and recent rounds for onshore and offshore licences
Nigeria has a major problem
5 June 2020
Opec production cuts matter far less than international companies deciding to scale back production and capex
Global announcements and developments June
2 June 2020
The industry's most comprehensive list of current and recent rounds for onshore and offshore licences
Nigeria dangerously exposed to oil crash
24 March 2020
The recent drop in oil prices will hit Nigeria hard, making a big dent in government revenues and threatening the viability of upstream projects
Nigeria puts money into gas drive
19 March 2020
A state guarantee for the bulk of the financing needed for a big pipeline project suggests Nigeria is serious about boosting domestic gas supplies
Power play in West Africa
4 February 2020
The countries in the region would all receive an economic boost if a regional power market can be established
Nigeria endangers IOC interest for quick fiscal fix
28 January 2020
The government’s revision of PSCs to seek more revenue from oil majors will backfire if it prompts them to reevaluate their portfolio investment priorities
Nigeria secures $2.5bn gas pipeline finance
24 January 2020
Stakeholders will sign an agreement with Chinese lenders by Q2 2020 to fund the country’s biggest pipeline project
The diverging fortunes of Africa’s crude kings
27 December 2019
Profound differences in governance style will impact the speed and development of future energy projects across Angola and Nigeria
Independents drawn to African opportunities
10 December 2019
Weak market sentiment for oil and gas stocks is opening E&P opportunities in Africa for private equity and small cap companies—and leading governments to rethink their fiscal terms to attract them
Nigeria waits for promises to be fulfilled
12 November 2019
The National Assembly has waited more than six months for the president to give his assent to anti-corruption legislation
Savannah strikes it lucky in the Sahara
25 October 2019
UK independent can develop its Agadem field on the back of a major funding boost and pipeline access to world markets
Nigeria LNG’s long wait looks to be over
4 October 2019
FID on a long-awaited expansion of the Nigeria LNG project looms. But the nation’s dreams of being a premier league producer have faded, at least for now
Oando under fire from Nigeria's SEC
24 July 2019
The future of one of Nigeria's flagship energy companies hangs in the balance
Nigeria struggles to realise gas potential
9 July 2019
Africa's biggest economy is set to expand gas exports but domestic distribution remains a trickier proposition
Wave of delta kidnappings rings alarm bells
24 June 2019
After a relative calm period, unrest in the Niger delta could be on the rise
Back to business as usual with Buhari
29 March 2019
The Nigerian president is likely to remain a difficult partner for oil firms in his second term in office
Eni and Shell face new Nigeria action
20 February 2019
The two firms have received harsh criticism from an Italian judge and now await UK court proceedings
Political risk threatens Nigeria's oil sector recovery
28 January 2019
In Nigeria’s oil sector, debts are being settled—albeit gradually—and financial backing for new projects is being put in place, but investors remain cautious.
West Africa aiming for global supplier status
10 January 2019
The region is making headway despite some output disruptions
Nigeria's hunt for gas buyers
19 December 2018
Gas supply to the domestic market is a hot topic in Nigeria. Producers want to monetise their gas and need to find credible buyers
African deep-water makes progress
14 December 2018
Drillers began to renew their interest in African projects that were once deemed too costly and risky
Lagos eyes LNG imports to launch private power plan
7 November 2018
Nigeria’s most economically successful state wants to go it alone, improving gas feedstock supply in a bid to woo private power project investors
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