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Congo: Why the conflict in the Pool region matters

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28 July 2017

Congo: Why the conflict in the Pool region matters

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Wood Mackenzie's sister company, Verisk Maplecroft, examines the latest developments in the Republic of Congo. President Dénis Sassou-Nguesso’s contentious election victory in March 2016 has resulted in the return of a low-intensity conflict to the Pool region. The conflict is extremely unlikely to directly impact oil and gas operations. Yet fighting between government forces and the ex-Ninja rebels has lingered on for more than a year, devastating the country’s economy, its infrastructure and the morale of its army. The situation is likely to worsen in the coming months, generating indirect implications for oil and gas companies.      

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  • The Pool conflict another nail in the economy’s coffin
  • The army’s low morale threatens political stability
  • The worst is yet to come?

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