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Access to Sustainable Energy: What Role for International Oil and Gas Companies? Focus on Nigeria

By: E Wilson, B Shaad, L Zarsky and B Bundock
Access to Sustainable Energy: What Role for International Oil and Gas Companies?
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Development experts agree that ensuring access to sustainable modern energy services is critical to achieving the Millennium Development Goals. This report explores how international oil and gas companies can contribute to tacking energy poverty in the regions where they operate.

This report focuses on Nigeria, a country with huge energy resources, yet suffering an ongoing energy crisis; a country that benefits from considerable oil investment and revenues, as well as aid money, yet continues to face major environmental and poverty issues.

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By: E Wilson, B Shaad, L Zarsky and B Bundock
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