Nigeria Energy Market Overview

September 2007
Nigeria Oil & Gas Report;Q3 2007, p6
Industry Profile
The article presents an overview of the Nigerian energy market. It discusses the country's oil reserves, the government's plans to expand its reserves, and the participation of private oil companies in deepwater oil prospecting. In addition, the condition of oil production and energy supply, offshore field projects, and ranking in terms of natural gas reserves in the world are presented.


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