The outlook for Nigeria, Africa's biggest oil producer, is mixed, according to speakers at IP Week, held this week in London
Oil Review Africa is available on a number of platforms and welcomes you to join our conversation on social media
Oil Review Africa has had a growing presence on Twitter, and for some time now, the account has delivered the latest oil, gas and petrochemicals news to key decision makers across the region.
We regularly post the latest updates from across the region, including technical innovations, interviews and the latest digital issue of Oil Review Africa.
In addition, our social media accounts run exclusive content, and Oil Review Africa would like to invite you to join us on both LinkedIn and Twitter.
To request to join our LinkedIn group, and join the conversation with other Oil and Gas professionals and decision makers, please follow this link here. If you meet the criteria to joining our conversation, we will accept you and you are welcome to comment and converse with decision-makers from across the region.
Additionally, we post the latest news daily on our Twitter feed. You can find the link to our profile here.
We aim to respond to all queries within 24 hours and would love for you to join our conversations online.
The Nigerian Oil and Gas conference 2017 will not be affected by the closure of Abuja Airport
Leticia Klemens, the Mozambican Minister for Mineral Resources and Energy, attended the United Kingdom for a four-day official visit
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) will support the resource-rich Central African Economic and Monetary Community (CEMAC) to deal with the economic challenges confronting their nations in the wake of plunging oil prices, security threats and civil unrest