WATCHING THE WORLD SHELL ASSISTANCE IN NIGERIA

With Roger Vielvoye from London The great Nigerian oil boom of the late 1970s and early 1980s brought billions of dollars flooding into the economy and attracted hundreds of thousands of farmers from the land into cities in search of fortunes. But $40/bbl crude oil was a passing phenomenon. Now, with prices at less than half that level and crude oil production down by as much as 1 million b/d, a prolonged period of unremitting austerity has replaced Nigeria's boom. Life has become tougher

In order to access this content, you must be logged-in and have an active subscription to the OGJ Premium Archive

Subscribe

More in Production Operations