Energy, security and understanding the human terrain of West Africa ///

As the Gulf of Guinea beyond Nigeria is set to become another global center of energy production, there are already warning signs that the industry there will face major challenges. While Ghana has certainly demonstrated a capacity to manage its entry into the market with confidence, the counter example of Nigeria’s oil history serves as a constant reminder that politics and oil can be a lethal mixture.

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