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What to expect from Nigeria’s Oil and Gas 2018 conference

By CNBC Africa
06 July 2018   |   3:09 pm
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.

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