Executive Interviews

Developments like the Tortue Project will play a big part in that future. It’s part of what makes growing our business in Mauritania and Senegal so exciting.
For the most part, we interact with fellow investors in London, New York, Dubai, across emerging African markets such as Lagos and other places where we today find the most opportune deals to be struck. A favourite aspect of mine is certainly fostering these deals, deconstructing them, looking at fresh angles for mutual benefit and finding clever ways of restructuring them.
I predict a very big change as Gambia has returned to an era of investment confidence with the new government’s dispensation. We even call it New Gambia. We hope to attract the right partners to drill and make major discoveries that will attract talent in the diaspora and encourage even more diaspora repatriation and investment.
Mambury Njie, Managing Director of GNPC, talks to us about the Gambian Oil and Gas Industry, GNPC's strategies moving forward and his expectations of the upcoming MSGBC Basin Summit & Exhibition.
Independent producers are one of our most important categories of customers because we can help them see both sides of the market as they’re only on the sell side. We can help them detect early on when a market’s about to get weaker and become a buyer’s market, as well as when a market’s about to get stronger and become more of a seller’s market.


United Kingdom

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