Petroleum downstream, Oil and gas management, Nigeria, Ghana


This paper is to discuss the oil and gas management in Nigeria: Lessons for Ghana. The paper is structured into five parts with part 1 being the introduction while part 2 scoops the literature on the economics of natural resources and its management globally. Part 3 will situate the Nigeria's multifaceted crisis of oil and gas governance and all related issues. Part 4 will sieve out the lessons for Ghana while part 5 summarizes and concludes the paper.

Author Bio

Mrs. Omolara O. Akanji is a Consultant to the Governor of The Central Bank of Nigeria.

Publication Title



No. 4


Volume 34



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