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Nigeria’s power sector charged for growth

With daily blackouts and crumbling power infrastructure that has until recently seen little or no investment in over three decades, Nigeria has been christened the Generator Republic. Most households and virtually all serious businesses have resorted to self – help, investing heavily in generators and other back-up power systems to meet their daily electricity needs.

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Using Nigeria’s oil to diversify the national economy

Egypt’s Gas Production

Egypt’s oil production has been in decline for almost two decades; however this has been offset by the development of the natural gas industry. In fact, natural gas production
 has increased fivefold since the mid-1990s. Up to around 2004, gas production had increased by just enough to cater for rising consumption levels. Between 2005 and 2006 there was a surge in production, contributing to significantly higher hydrocarbon exports and growth of the region’s GDP.

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