As Indonesians debate the best means for reinvigorating the country’s oil and gas sector, recent policy announcements have amplified a long-standing question: What kind of state oil company does the country need?
Juan José Herrera works for the Extractive Industries Program at Grupo Faro, based in Ecuador. In 2011, he attended the Latin America Regional Knowledge Hub. In 2012, he attended the advanced course at the Central European University in Budapest.
Most of Nigeria’s revenue comes from the oil and gas sector. The Public Private Development Centre, which Seember Nyager leads, aims to monitor how this revenue is generated and how the government spends it.
Bechara Youssef Samneh, a previous participant in this training, is the technical head of the Central Tender Board within the Central Inspection board for the Lebanese government. He wrote this column about his experience.
Wissem Heni, Anders Pedersen, Rob Pitman, Charles Young, Sam Szoke-Burke
NRGI, the Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment and the World Bank, in partnership with Tunisia’s Ministry of Energy, Mines and Renewable Energies, are implementing a ResourceContracts site for the publication of newly released hydrocarbon investment contracts and associated documents.