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The Nigerian Government’s Transformation Agenda, instituted by the President, to cover the period 2011 – 2015 is anchored on Nigeria’s long-term economic development blueprint as encapsulated in Vision 20: 2020.
The transformation agenda isolates a set of key priority policies and programmes which when executed are expected to yield outcomes that are consistent with present and future needs of the Nigerian people.
It is already a known fact that Nigeria operates largely a mono-product economy presently, and it is expected that further developments in, and transformation of, the petroleum sector will lead to a diversification of the Nigerian economy into agriculture, information and telecommunications technology, aggressive manufacturing activities, etc.
This book is a collection of articles published by the author based on a review of the upstream, mid-stream and downstream petroleum developments in Nigeria, with a view to proffering short, medium and long- term policy solutions to challenges faced by the industry.
The Author is a Nigerian, from Imo State.
He attended Edinburgh Business School, Heriot Watt University, UK for an MBA (2001-02); University of Dundee, UK (2002-10) for MBA in Oil & Gas, and a PhD in Petroleum Management & Policy.
He also attended the University of Nigeria,(1979-1983), and the Federal School of Arts and Science, Aba, Nigeria (1978)
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