Restructuring National Oil Companies in Africa, The obligations and cost of emerging NOCs

The fall in oil prices since mid-2014 has profoundly changed the prospects for national oil companies (NOCs). It seems likely, prices will remain low for a number of years.

Restructuring National Oil Companies in Africa, The obligations and cost of emerging NOCs
Stage 4: Large-scale or long-term production
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