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Manager - R&D Technical Consultant , Leyton UK

BSc(Hons)Geology, MSc Petroleum Geoscience with Exploration and a wealth of international work experience in Africa, Europe and Latin America.Strong technical understanding of multiple facets of...

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To wit, Angola has gone from being Africa’s top crude producer just five years ago to barely pumping more than war-torn Libya. Nigeria--another key OPEC member--is in grave danger of suffering Angola’s fate as OPEC tries to balance the markets by restricting oil production

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Matt Chester on Apr 26, 2021

Are these vulnerable nations moving at the speed necessary to diversify and make sure they have some economic backfill ready if the demand for oil isn't there anymore? 

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