Friday, 3 April 2009

Delta Dawn – Tanya Tucker (1972)

It looks like the Nigerian government is taking the tougher steps necessary to secure the Niger Delta to stem both the spike in crude oil theft by gangs and pirates and exodus of foreign interests in the region by empowering its special military force to go on the offensive. Also in the plans is amnesty for those who turn in their weapons.

Can it finally work this time? This and other critical current issues are addressed in our forthcoming workshop on The Changing Geopolitics of Oil and Gas: Identifying and Managing Political Risk coming to London on 8-9 June followed by sessions in Singapore (11-12 September) and Washington, D.C. (15-16 September).

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