This is some good news for Nigeriaas the country will resume exportation of Crude Oilto the United Statesof America.
According to a report by Guardian Newspaper, crude oilexport from Nigeriato the United State of America has been renewed by the president of a Washington-based Global Water and Energy Strategy Team (GWEST), Paul Wihbey.
Also, President Muhammadu Buhari has been advised to swiftly put in place a new strategic energy policy for export of Nigerian oil to new markets in Asia, while also urging government to resolve the crisis with India, which has expressed its willingness to increase its crude oilimport from Nigeriato about $50billion annually.

GWEST President Wihbey, gave the hint of resumption of Nigeria’s crude oilto the U.S., while delivering a lecture with the theme, “The global oil and gas market dynamics: outlook for Nigeria’, at the Emerald Energy Institute of the University of Port Harcourt, Rivers State at the weekend.

Wihbey, who before President Buhari’s visit to the U.S., briefed the U.S Marine Corps Command and Staff College, as well as U.S Marine Corps War College, Quantico, Virginia, as an expert on geopolitics of the international energy sector, particularly on Nigeria, explained that if Nigeriaestablishes credible political institutions, it will in no distance time replace Saudi Arabia as a key oil exporter to the U.S.

He stated that the recent drastic reduction in the price of crude oil, which has adversely affected the Nigerian economy was caused by the decline in commodity super-cycle and China; the U.S. shale production; and Middle East geopolitics like Iranian issue and Saudi Arabia fixation on the Shanghai cooperation organization.

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