The Outlook for Nigerian Gas

This paper will analyse the largest current exporter of LNG in Africa and will provide an assessment of likely future exports to world markets as well as the internal dynamics of gas sales in West Africa. It will assess the latest regulation in Nigeria concerning gas developments and exports, and will consider the country’s aspirations for increasing LNG exports. These have been stalled for the past decade, but new strategic goals were established in 2016, and the author intends to provide insights into the likelihood of their being achieved through analysis of the key stakeholders, the main assets and the above and below ground risks associated with Nigerian LNG exports.

By: Claudio Steuer

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Gas , Gas Programme

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