Nigeria 2019 elections: PDP decides presidential aspirant
Ahead of Nigeria’s 2019 General Elections, main opposition, the People's Democratic Party will today screen its presidential aspirants to decide its flag-bearer at the elections. Kenny Okolugbo, Former Commissioner of the Delta State Oil and member of the PDP, joins CNBC Africa from Delta State to shed some light on the screening process and possible outcome.
Nigeria's oil minister says China making headway in Africa
Nigerian Oil Minister Emmanuel Ibe Kachikwu says China has won the support of African nations as the Beijing continues to pump billions of dollars into local infrastructure projects.
Nigeria oil and gas industry outlook
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.
What to expect from Nigeria’s Oil and Gas 2018 conference
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.
OPEC is said to debate output hike of 300,000 to 600,000 B/D
OPEC members are discussing a compromise agreement that would see an oil production increase of between 300,000 and 600,000 barrels a day over the next few months, according to people briefed on the talks.
Saudi oil chief faces toughest test at OPEC meeting this week
Saudi Arabian Energy Minister Khalid Al-Falih may face his toughest test this week when the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries holds what’s likely to be its most difficult meeting in years.
Oil falls as Saudi-Russia output revival plan riles markets
Oil in New York is experiencing its longest run of losses since February as Saudi Arabia and Russia said OPEC partners plan to make up for potential output losses from other members.
Saudi-Russia oil policy shift
Oil is heading for its longest run of losses in almost four months as Saudi Arabia and Russia discuss reviving output. That comes as they aim to ease consumer anxiety after prices jumped to levels last seen in 2014.