Nigeria oil & gas briefing 2017: is Nigeria’s petroleum sector back on track for growth?



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On 25 May 2017, Wood Mackenzie hosted our 3rd edition of the Nigeria Oil & Gas Briefing in Lagos. The event was attended by IOCs, indigenous oil companies, government entities and financial institutions, providing a platform for robust discussion of industry issues in Nigeria. The presentations we delivered to around 40 clients and industry contacts and are available in the Downloads section. These cover our analysis of NNPC's joint venture funding issues, indigenous consolidation & divestment within the upstream space; the impact of the proposed fiscal terms and the state of play in the power sector.

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Is Nigeria's petroleum sector back on track for growth? Use this report to:

  • Identify opportunities for investment in Nigeria's oil sector
  • Understand how Nigeria's fiscal policy will impact new investment
  • Learn about our top five solutions for the country's ailing power sector, drawing lessons from other transition economies that have successfully addressed similar challenges


Our report analyses key issues affecting Nigeria's oil and power sectors. It includes:

  • Analysis of global oil supply and demand factors into 2018
  • A detailed discussion of funding models to identify opportunities for investment
  • Close reading of proposed new terms in Nigeria's fiscal policy, including identification of inconsistencies, and a comparison against other peer countries

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