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Angola’s Oil & Gas Industry Can Thrive Alongside its Rich Biodiversity

By Verner Ayukegba, Senior Vice-President at the African Energy Chamber Last month, reports that Angola was drafting legislation to permit oil, gas and mining activities in 14 national conservation areas, … Read More

Angolan Legal Reform Shows How Africa Can Use Oil and Gas as a Springboard Towards Job Creation — But Only if It Looks Beyond the Obvious Options

By NJ Ayuk, Executive Chairman, African Energy Chamber For decades, many of Africa’s oil- and gas-producing states followed a predictable pattern. They treated their oil and gas primarily as raw … Read More

African Countries must develop Strategic Fiscal Policies to Survive Oil and Gas Industry Changes on Horizon

The future of the global oil and gas industry has been a subject of great fascination and debate for decades. Since COVID-19 surfaced, there has been even more conjecture on … Read More

The Libyan Oil Industry’s Story of Recovery – And What it Means for the Rest of Africa

By NJ Ayuk, Executive Chairman, African Energy Chamber If I called 2020 a terrible year for the oil industry, no one would take exception. Demand collapsed in the spring, during … Read More

OPINION: Should countries fire sell their oil & gas assets?

By Dr. Victoria R. Nalule and Dr. Xiaoyi (Shawn) Mu of the CEPMLP, University of Dundee address the misconceptions surrounding the continued role of fossil fuels in the energy transition … Read More

60 Years After Independence Nigeria’s Energy Industry Hasn’t Realized Its Promise — But It’s Getting Closer

On Oct. 1, 1960, everything seemed possible for Nigeria: After nearly 80 years of colonialism under Great Britain, it was finally an independent nation. During the newly independent nation’s earliest … Read More

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