Petroleum development contracts with multinational oil corporations focus on the Nigerian oil industry by Maxwell Michael Gidado

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Today, the Nigerian oil industry is dominated by MNOCs who provide the technology and managerial expertise for the running of the industry.

Petroleum development is a capital-intensive business involving enormous sums of money in foreign exchange. It also involves a lot of negotiations between the MNOCs and Nigeria. These negotiations often end with signing of. Pages in category "Multinational oil companies" The following 16 pages are in this category, out of 16 total.

This list may not reflect recent changes (). The search for petroleum drives oil and gas companies from the familiar confines of their home countries out into the world. The worldwide scope of the exploration for the production of oil and gas has led to the rise of international and multinational petroleum companies—companies that are nominally based in a home country but operate throughout the world.

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Petroleum development contracts with multinational oil corporations: focus on the Nigerian oil industry The major focus of the study is on the structure and forms of petroleum development contracts between Nigeria and the MNOCs.

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OPEC once again grabbed the opportunity, invoking force-majeure clauses on existing contracts with multinational oil corporations and hiking petroleum prices.

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