Tshisekedi takes on Gertler to break with Kabila’s failed DR Congo oil policy


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Issue 450 - 24 Nov 2021 | 7 minute read

President Tshisekedi is seeking to make waves in upstream oil policy, just as he has in the power and mining sectors since breaking away from his alliance with Joseph Kabila. With the Kabila legacy in question over the controversial Albertine Graben fields, more legal disputes could beckon, but the government sees considerable investment upside, despite the outlook for hydrocarbons looking very different from a decade ago, writes François Misser

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