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Ubaka Emelumadu

Vice President Gas

Sub-Saharan Africa Shell Upstream International

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Sub-Saharan Africa Shell Upstream International

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Vice President Gas

Africa Oil+Gas Report


Vice President of Gas for Sub-Saharan Africa

Shell Upstream International


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africaoilgasreport.com

"Globally, Shell is focusing more on gas", says Ubaka Emelumadu, Vice President Gas, Sub-Saharan Africa Shell Upstream International.
Shell is increasing its gas output in places as far flung from one another as Qatar, The Netherlands, Australia, Russia and Nigeria.


www.oilreviewafrica.com

Ubaka Emelumadu, vice president of gas for Sub-Saharan Africa at Shell Upstream International, noted that the current PIB under consideration would play a vital role in the survival and growth of the oil and gas industry in Nigeria if it is fine-tuned.
However, he said, there are some disparities between the position of the IOCs and that of the government in some key areas. The IOCs are particular about the establishment of a stable legal, regulatory and fiscal framework. "In terms of fiscals, what we have seen and know of this PIB requires improvement to attract the required level of investment to match Nigeria's expectations now and in the future," said Emelumadu.


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