Nigeria’s oil index H1 review
29 June 2017 | 10:02 am
The Oil and Gas Index on the Nigerian Stock Exchange is up 9.38 percent this quarter and 2.29 percent year to date. Making it the worst performing sector on the bourse this year.
11 Jul 2018
6 Jul 2018
This year's edition of Nigeria's Oil and Gas Conference is themed, driving Nigeria's oil sector towards sustained economic development and growth. Victor Ude, Group CEO of Vurin Group and a speaker at the local content development seminar at the conference joins CNBC Africa to discuss what changes he hopes this year's edition will bring.
11 Jul 2018
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.
19 Jul 2018
Worried by the irregularities in the ongoing oil and gas lease renewal and massive loss of government revenue, the Senate on Wednesday mandated its Committee on Petroleum Resources Upstream to investigate the Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Ibe Kachikwu and the Department of Petroleum Resources, DPR.
5 Mar 2019
What competitive advantages do licensees and tenants of the Oil and Gas Free Zones have over their counterparts? In this episode Oil and Gas Free Zones Authority provide insight into zone attractiveness and talk capital protection.
15 Apr 2019
General, Private Health practitioners decry the effect of oil and gas pollution.
1 Sep 2019
The U.S. will account for for almost two-thirds of the world’s new oil and natural gas output in the decade ahead. And that makes it a critical obstacle to stopping climate pollution according to industry consultant Rystad Energy. We take a look at America's domination in new oil and gas with BloombergNEF's Anastacia Dialynas. We break down a new BloombergNEF analysis that looks at the economics of drilling and completing new wells in the U.S.
15 Jul 2020
Global emissions of methane, a potent greenhouse gas, soared to a record high from 2007 to 2017, new studies have shown. Energy and food production demands created a 9% increase in methane emissions within that decade.
31 Dec 2021
The president of Guinea-Bissau has negotiated an oil deal with his counterpart from Senegal, without parliamentary approval. Umaro Sissoco Embalo is now facing a ministerial uprising supported by civil society.
12 Mar 2022
Quickly cutting off energy revenues with oil and gas embargoes would hit Moscow where it hurts. But European leaders have argued for a phased approach, openly admitting their dependency on Russian energy supplies.
9 Mar 2022
Europe's first full-scale invasion of a sovereign state since World War II, a refugee crisis to match and an endgame sure to upend more than just the West's resolve: as the EU turns up the heat on Vladimir Putin, it's already asking citizens to turn down their thermostats. How will citizens react if on the one hand, Russia conquers Ukraine and on the other, the price of crude oil shoots past $200 a barrel? How to make do without Russian oil and gas?
14 Mar 2022
Oil and gas companies that had once cozied up to Russian President Vladimir Putin are now turning their backs on the autocrat. Countries dependent on the energy sources are scrambling to find alternatives.
13 Apr 2022
The EU turns to Nigeria as it looks for alternative suppliers of oil and gas. The bloc is trying to strengthen its ties to Africa's top petroleum producer as Europe tries to wean itself off Russian resources.
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Berlin says it has gone further than expected toward delivering funds for climate change to poorer economies. Ministers said it was now up to other developed countries to meet their commitments.
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As Sudan plunged into civil war, the ethnic-African Masalit tribe came under weeks of systematic attacks in West Darfur by the paramilitary RSF and its Arab militia allies.
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In Senegal, despite clear legislative progress towards gender equality and the huge contribution women make to the rural economy, they remain in the minority or even absent from strategic and operational land governance bodies at ‘commune’ level. Furthermore, the legal recognition of the principle of citizens’ engagement in public affairs is not accompanied by any working mechanism to ensure that grassroots communities are able to participate.
2 hours ago
Joe Biden makes history by becoming the first sitting US president to join a picket line, making the UAW autoworkers' strike a major battleground for the 2024 presidential race. Also, French papers take a look at what to expect as the government prepares to unveil a plan to tackle school bullying. We then take a look at reactions to the burgeoning refugee crisis in Armenia, and finish with an Economist special on the new science behind reversing ageing.
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Afghanistan's women's football team might not have qualified for the World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, but the team have found a safe haven down under after the squad fled their country when the Taliban took over again in 2021.