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Nigerian entrepreneurs limber up to exploit a changing investment environment

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Issue 434 - 11 Mar 2021 - By Camilla Nytun | 13 minute read

Shifting global priorities, security and reputational concerns have made oil majors reassess their onshore operations, but IOCs will stay in the Nigerian offshore, encouraged by the prospect of the long-awaited Petroleum Industry Bill becoming law later this year. Meanwhile emerging Nigerian entrepreneurs are looking to new opportunities closer to shore, write Jon Marks and Camilla Nytun.

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