Archive for the ‘Oil & Gas’ category
South African consumers should benefit from easing inflation, lower fuel costs, and increased disposable income, said Nedbank economist.
The ravages of war are not being felt only in South Sudan.
Gains from low oil prices can be substantial for developing-country importers if supported by stronger global growth.
Tom Nelson and Charles Whall explain why they believe the oil price is unlikely to stay this low for an extended period of time.
Diversifying exports has become a priority for development economists and policy makers of resource-rich countries around the world.
African national oil companies need sufficient resources and backing to achieve their mandates.
Much of Africa’s recent economic growth has been a direct result of the positive momentum achieved in oil and gas production.
Sudan’s boom years ended when South Sudan seceded in 2011.
I am convinced Cameroon can do much better economically.
An interview with Carlos Lopes, the executive secretary of the Economic Commission for Africa.
How successful has AGOA been in the past 14 years and what future does it hold for Africa?
There is another side to the Nigeria story that has been overshadowed by the recent headlines.
Standard Bank expects East African oil and gas discoveries to fundamentally transform the region’s economies.
Renaissance Capital’s Yvonne Mhango looks at Nigeria’s growth prospects.
Forecast to grow at 8% per year over the next five years, Mozambique is benefiting from mineral wealth and infrastructure development.