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Nyonga Fofang, Managing Director, Bambili Group
With a year of political upheavals in the US and Europe behind us, but predictions of further disruption ahead, what is the outlook for companies in the African energy space? It’s a new year, 2017, following Brexit, the US elections and gyrations in the oil and gas sector, among other sources of turmoil. Despite uncertainty, it’s time for African oil and gas firms to look forward.
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Philip Stopford, Jason Webber, Michael Polkinghorne, Partners, White & Case
International oil and gas companies have long had difficulty reconciling the long-term and high-cost investments demanded by the upstream oil and gas business with the shorter term thresholds and measures adopted by the equity and debt markets. It is becoming apparent that these traditional, commercial tensions are being joined by legal tensions in the identification and application of the obligations, liabilities and rights of the parties over the long term of many of the agreements on which natural gas investments are made.
Chris Midgley, Chief Economist, Shell Trading
Thought Leadership – World Oil and Gas Week 31 October 2016
Steve Hill, Executive Vice President, Gas and Energy Marketing and Trading, Shell
The world has a growing population, increasing from 7 billion to 9 billion people by mid-century, with a higher expectation and affordability for their quality of life. Of these 9 billion people, more than half will live in Asia.

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