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How the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted Nigeria’s domestic oil industry

By CNBC
06 September 2020   |   1:55 pm
As the world continues to grapple with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the value chains across the oil and gas industry have not been left out, as Nigeria suffered a 60.5 per cent decline in crude oil exports in the second quarter. Amy Jadesimi, Managing Director and CEO of Ladol joins CNBC Africa for more.

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