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Nigeria gasps for technology, investment in oil, gas

With initial commitment to exploration and production, previous administrations in Nigeria had projected to increase the nation’s oil reserves from less than 28 billion to 40 billion barrels by 2020 for some reasons. First, the increased reserves were expected to enable the nation increase its production capacity and earn re revenue. Second, it was also targeted at prolonging its involvement in oil business.

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Nigeria remains a great investment destination – Funmi Ogbue

THE Nigerian Oil and Gas Fair, NOGOF, which took place in Yenagoa, Bayelsa state in April, 2019, was the brainchild of the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board, NCDMB. In this interview with UDEME AKPAN, Mrs Funmi Ogbue, CEO/Principal Consultant, JAKE RILEY Limited, looks back at the event, its impact on local content in particular and economy of the nation in general.

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FOREIGN INVESTMENT IN 2019: Sustained decline threatens H1’18 gains

AS Nigeria’s economy struggles into 2019 there are indications that the impressive first half 2018, H1’18 foreign investment inflow may be wiped out by increasing headwinds both on the local and international fronts. Already the third quarter 2018 statistics are pointing to reversals which analysts forecast to be sustained into 2019 given some emerging adversities in the external sector.

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Policy consistency crucial for foreign investment – Devakumar Edwin

Devakumar Edwin, Group Executive Director, Business Development of Dangote Group, in this interview with Emeka Anaeto, Business Editor and Peter Egwuatu, spoke on a lot issues bothering on policy inconsistency, the recent award of road construction contract by the federal government to Dangote Group, ease of doing business in Nigeria, cement production among others.

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