2 edition of Oil-Africa. found in the catalog.
Petroleum Information Bureau.
Written in English
A definitive yet original perspective on the rush for Africa's oil, this is also a guide to the hidden face of Africa. Duncan Clarke begins by placing African oil issues in their historical context before tackling the issues of power, nationalism and different parties' strategies for control that have led to today's oil scene. This book is the › Books › Business & Money › International. the oil states—scattered across the Middle east, africa, Latin america, and asia—are no wealthier, or more democratic or peaceful, than they were three decades ago. Some are worse off. From to , per capita incomes fell 6 percent in Venezuela, 45
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Oil and Gas in Africa: A Legal and Commercial Analysis of the Upstream Industry was recently published by Globe Law and Business. The book, which includes contributing chapters from Morgan Lewis lawyers, discusses the opportunities and challenges facing the industry in :// The book is an enriched dictionary with complete explanation of oil and gas terminology, including detailed definitions that are extensively cross referenced on the upstream, midstream and Book a Stand.
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The author analyzes cases of Angola, Chad, South Sudan, and Congo focusing on oil-related political :// Africa is the center of attention these days, everybody is hungry for oil and this book shows what is happening in some countries of this continent, such as Nigeria, Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Angola, Sudan and › Books › Engineering & Transportation › Engineering.
Oil and Gas in Africa Supplement to the African Development Report Oil and Gas in Africa African Development Bank and the African Union 9 1 ISBN The book, a joint work of the African Development Bank (AfDB) and the African Union (AU), presents a comprehensive analysis of the oil and gas resources in :// and Gas in.
“Africa’s Natural Resources and Underdevelopment: How Ghana’s Petroleum Can Create Sustainable Economic Prosperity Kwamina Panford examines the ways by which Ghana can minimize the associated negative ramifications of oil and gas extraction. an exciting, well written and easy to comprehend book that will be appreciated by policy This is a very interesting, thorough book about the recent oil boom in West Africa.
Obviously not for everyone, but I learned a lot about the region, including the colonial origins (I was woefully ignorant of these) of the various countries, extent of both onshore and offshore development, the basics of several civil wars, ethnic struggles, along with the various issues (Dutch disease, theft Africa has become so intense and wide ranging that there is planned or ongoing oil and gas exploration in at least 51 of the continent’s 54 countries.
Knowledge about Africa’s geology is improving rapidly, generat-ing great optimism about Africa’s future growth and strategic position in the global economy.
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The book, “Billions at Play: The Future of African Energy”, which is slated for release in Octoberwill be packed with captivating, useful ideas, stories, examples and information that Africans can use to take command of their future, from new oil revenue management models, gas to power, to the deal-making techniques and behind the Oil consumption.
Oil consumption grew by million barrel per day (b/d), or % slightly lower than the year average of %. Growth was led by China, where demand rose byb/d, the largest increase in the country’s demand since /energy-economics/statistical-review-of-world-energy/ Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.
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