Faltering oil giants miss out on a golden business opportunity


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Issue 461 - 27 May 2022 - By James Gavin | 5 minute read

Nigeria and Angola are responsible for the vast majority of the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) supply shortfall that is helping to sustain high global oil prices. Above-ground issues including theft and sabotage continue to contribute to a large deficit from the two sub-Saharan oil giants.

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AfricaHardball - political risk strategy roundtable

AfricaHardball

17 January 2023, online

This political risk strategy roundtable  – part of the monthly AIX membership programme – will identify a range of upcoming political, commercial and reputational issues, and discuss scenarios to help stakeholders refine their strategies.  

As usual with AIX meetings, the  roundtable will be held under the Chatham House Rule.

 

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The meeting is free for all AIX members and African Energy subscribers.