Nigeria sees itself securing oil and gas investments worth $48 billion between 2018 and 2025, which is 25% of a $194 billion surge of capital anticipated to flow into Africa during the eight-year period, according to the state-owned Nigerian National Petroleum Corp.
“The nation’s energy outlook appears very positive even amidst the difficult operating and economic headwinds across the continent,” Maikanti Baru, the outgoing group managing director of the company also known as NNPC, said at an oil and gas conference in the capital, Abuja. “For Nigeria, therefore, oil and gas remain essential building blocks for our economic growth.”…
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