NAPE’s Abiodun Adesanya speaks on Britain’s oil interests
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British High Commissioner, Paul Arkwright has expressed the readiness of the British government to invest in Nigeria's oil and gas Industry, urging the Nigerian government to organise an oil and gas road show in London.
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OPEC's Secretary-General Mohammad Barkindo has died, Mele Kyari, the chief executive of Nigerian National Petroleum Corp said on Wednesday.
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Nigeria says it is currently in talks with oil marketers over calls for an upward adjustment in the pump price of petrol, bridging claims payment, among others in the downstream oil sector. Luke Ofojebe, the Head of Research at Vetiva Research, joins me to discuss this development.
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Tribal groups have agreed to end a blockade of Libya's oil production facilities after Tripoli installed a new leader at the National Oil Company (NOC). The move comes amid high global demand for oil.
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DR Congo Launches Controversial Auction For Oil And Gas Blocks. The Democratic Republic of Congo Thursday launched a controversial auction of 30 oil and gas blocks, despite warnings that drilling in the country's rainforests and peatlands could be environmentally catastrophic.
5 Aug 2022
Refining oil illegally is so lucrative in Nigeria that many engage in the practice despite the dangers and a government crackdown. Some of those involved told DW they had no other option to earn a living.
10 Aug 2022
A deadly fire at Cuba's main oil terminal Matanzas is still burning days after one of its gas tanks was struck by lightning. Mexico and Venezuela have deployed teams to help contain the blaze.
14 Aug 2022
North Dakota is a hub of the US hydraulic fracturing industry and the country's second-biggest oil producer. Surging demand for fracked oil and gas amid the Ukraine war means booming business, sidelining green energy.
22 Aug 2022
Saudi energy giant Aramco says its profits have nearly doubled compared with last year. The firm, which is nearly fully state-owned, has seen both demand — and pump prices — soar.
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Claudia Kemfert of the German Institute for Economic Research calls for a ban on Russian oil imports even if this means another hike in fuel prices.
13 Sep 2022
Puddles of oil in the forests, polluted lagoons, crabs covered in oil: with photos and videos, activists have been denouncing recurrent pollution in western Gabon. In three years, they have recorded ten polluted sites in the Etimboué region, all of them located near the oil fields belonging to the Franco-British company, Perenco. Perenco's speciality is operating low-cost, end-of-life oil fields. But according to activists, its infrastructure is dilapidated and is causing serious damage to the environment. The France 24 Observers investigated in this special episode.
OPEC+ said Wednesday that it will slash oil production by 2 million barrels per day, the biggest cut since the start of the pandemic, in a move that threatens to push gasoline prices higher just weeks before US midterm elections.
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Chancellor Olaf Scholz is in Tokyo this weekend for German-Japanese intergovernmental consultations. The two countries have recognized that they share economic and strategic interests. DW's Nina Haase reports from Tokyo.