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Nigeria oil and gas industry outlook

By CNBC Africa
11 July 2018   |   7:30 am
As representatives of Nigerian oil and Gas Company, Seplat wrap up facts behind the figures session at the Nigerian Stock Exchange, the company's CEO, Austin Avuru, joins CNBC Africa to give an outlook for the Nigerian oil and gas sector.

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