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Listen: Nigeria's oil industry at crucial juncture as new government takes over

On March 28-29, Nigeria elected Muhammadu Buhari as the country's new president, defeating incumbent Goodluck Jonathan. Robert Beaman, Managing Editor for European and African crude oil, discusses the impact of the election on the oil industry and on the physical oil markets with editors Eklavya Gupte and Francesco Di Salvo. With militancy continuing to thrive in Nigeria, along with the question of subsidies amid much weaker oil prices, and the controversial Petroleum Industry Bill, Buhari's government faces many challenges and opportunities going forward.

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