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Igho Sanomi, Founder & Chairman, Taleveras Group

How 42-year old Nigerian oilman Igho Sanomi built a commodities trading giant

Igho Sanomi, 41, is the founder of Taleveras, a $2 billion (revenues) international commodities trading company active over a wide spectrum of global energy markets including crude oil and refined petroleum products, natural gas and power.

GE proposes investing in Nigeria's oil refineries

GE proposes investing in Nigeria's oil refineries

General Electric Co has proposed investing in Nigeria’s oil refineries, potentially convening a consortium of companies to improve capacity at the facilities.

Amy Jadesimi, MD, LADOL

Returnee Amy Jadesimi in quest for bigger role in Nigeria's energy industry

While the collapse in oil prices might seem like unequivocally bad news for Nigeria’s energy industry, there is one Lagos-based executive who sees only opportunity.

Amy Jadesimi, MD, LADOL (Lagos Deep Offshore Logistics Base)

Running a free zone in Nigeria: Amy Jadesimi, LADOL's Managing Director

The Lagos Deep Offshore Logistics Base (LADOL) is a 100-hectare free zone and logistics hub for multinational industrial and offshore enterprises.

Nigeria state oil group NNPC taps private sector for top ranks

Nigeria state oil group NNPC taps private sector for top ranks

The new head of Nigeria’s state oil company has tapped the private sector as part of an overhaul of senior ranks intended to clean up the entity at the heart of the country’s economy.

President Jose Eduardo Dos Santos (Left) walks with his French counterpart Francois Hollande by guards of honor at the Presidential Palace in Luanda on July 3, 2015 (AFP Photo/Alain Jocard)

France & Angola sign business deals from oil to hotels

France and Angola on Friday signed business agreements covering a wide range of economic sectors from oil to hotels, which are potentially worth several hundred million dollars, French officials said.

Jeff Corey, Chief Operating Office, Seven Energy

Seven Energy Seeks Nigeria Partnership to Boost Gas

Nigeria’s Seven Energy International Ltd. may seek to enter partnerships with other companies to expand gas production to meet rising demand from power plants and industries in Africa’s largest economy.

Nigeria’s President-elect Muhammadu Buhari

Buhari will release full audit on Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC)

Nigerian President-elect Muhammadu Buhari’s administration will publish the full audit of the state oil company and expects it will need to repay the government more than previously recommended, his party’s policy director said.

Daniel Kablan Duncan, Prime Minister of Ivory Coast

Ivory Coast eyes double-digit GDP growth until 2020, says Prime Minister Daniel Kablan Duncan

Ivory Coast is hoping to achieve double-digit economic growth this year and every year until 2020, Prime Minister Daniel Kablan Duncan said on Tuesday.

Tshepo Mahloele, CEO of Harith General Partners

Nigeria's ARM and South Africa's Harith announce first close of $250M infrastructure private equity fund

ARM-HARITH Infrastructure Investment Ltd (ARMHIIL), a joint venture between Asset & Resource Management Company Ltd (ARM) and Harith General Partners (Pty) Ltd (Harith) of South Africa, has announced the first close of the indigenously-developed and managed ARM-Harith Infrastructure Fund (ARMHIF).

Steel Manufacturing

Nigerian Law May Usher in Billion-Dollar Steel-Pipe Business

Steel-pipe manufacturing in Nigeria is set to expand on the back of a law that reserves supplies to the energy industry for local companies, the implementing agency said.

Wale Tinubu, CEO, Oando

Oando moves to Nigeria's top league with $1.5B ConocoPhillips deal

Nigerian oil company Oando completed a $1.5 billion deal to buy ConocoPhillips’s assets in Nigeria on Wednesday, catapulting it to be one of the top players in the West African country’s emerging indigenous oil and gas exploration industry.

Oil and Gas

Oando completes $1.65B acquisition of ConocoPhillips' Nigerian assets

Nigerian oil company Oando (OANDO.LG) completed a $1.5 billion deal to buy ConocoPhillips’s assets in Nigeria on Wednesday, catapulting it to be one of the top players in the West African country’s emerging indigenous oil and gas exploration industry.