Impact of Fiscal Policies on Investments in the Petroleum Sector

Dr Carole Nakhle, CEO of Crystol Energy, spoke at the Energy Dialogue hosted by the Energy Institute Nigeria in partnership with FOSTER, a change programme, funded by the UK government’s Department for International Development (DFID) which took place on 21 July 2020.

Dr Carole Nakhle (top left) speaking at Energy Institute Nigeria

Dr Nakhle discussed the competitiveness of the current oil and gas fiscal regime and its implication for investments, government, and long-term sustainability of the industry. She also shared the main findings of her report on Nigeria’s draft Petroleum Industry Fiscal Bill and the reforms the government can adopt to improve the competitiveness and attractiveness of the country’s petroleum fiscal regime and regulations.

Dr Nakhle was joined, among others, by Hon. Alhassan Ado DoguwaMajority Leader Federal House of Representatives, and Prof. Wunmi Iledare FEIUniversity of Cape Coast’s Oil and Gas Institute, Ghana and GNPC Chair in Oil and Gas Studies.
Watch the discussion

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