Nigeria has long been battling structural problems, particularly in its economy and oil sector. The Covid-19 pandemic and subsequent economic shocks only magnified them.
Dr Carole Nakhle Drastic changes in oil prices, like the one we are witnessing today, typically push many host governments to renegotiate contracts with private
Dr Valentina Dedi, Panagiotis Mavroeidis-Kamperis Last December, in alignment with the European Union (EU) legislation, Greece submitted a revised version of its 10-year National Plan
Access for Women in Energy (AccessWIE), in collaboration with IHS Markit, organised an evening seminar on the Future of Oil and Gas Exploration. The event was held at the IHS office in London on 26 February 2020…
In a survey of experts on matters relating to Middle Eastern and North African politics and security carried out by the Carnegie Middle East Center
The resource curse is well documented. In many resource rich countries, oil and gas production has led to economic underperformance and various…
The formation of OPEC in 1960 marked the beginning of a new era in the structure of the oil market and in the relationship between host governments and