How Argentina's fuel price caps could play out for investors
It's Argentinian President Macri versus oil producers. The Argentinian government torpedoes oil drillers by capping fuel prices. Are the country’s natural resources still worthy of investments? Bloomberg's Jonathan Gilbert and David Tawil, the President of Maglan Capital talk with Alix Steel about what's next for Argentina's energy sector and how investors should be positioning themselves.
Lagos: world's largest oil refinery project backed by World Bank
West Africa correspondent Fanny Facsar talks to DW about the world's largest refinery project in Lagos, Nigeria. Behind it is Africa's wealthiest man, Aliko Dangote. But the World Bank is also supporting it - despite pledging to heavily reduce investment in fossil fuel projects.
Mexico: Deadly blaze erupts at illegal fuel pipeline
Some 200 people were at the scene of a pipeline blast that left at least 21 dead. Dozens of Mexican states have experienced fuel shortages since President Lopez Obrador shut down pipelines to curb fuel theft.
Fuel subsidy arrears, bad legacy of PDP, says Senate Leader
Fuel subsidy arrears, bad legacy of PDP, says Senate Leader.
Fuel scarcity - DPR begins daily monitoring of stations in Abuja
Fuel scarcity - DPR begins daily monitoring of stations in Abuja.
'Technically there is no subsidy' - Nigerian government
Fuel Crisis: 'Technically there is no subsidy' - Nigerian government