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Guyana’s oil deal is outlier low: government takes just over half

on March 15, 2018 · Leave a Comment 

FAST-Compliant Financial Model   Stabroek Narrative Report Guyana’s first and major oil deal, with ExxonMobil, produces results for the government which are outlier low, an OpenOil financial model reveals. Over the life of the project the government should expect to see from 52% to 54% of profits, compared to well over 60% in a cluster more »

Lebanon’s new gas contract: everyone just take a breath!

on March 9, 2018 · Leave a Comment 

The news that Lebanon had finally signed a contract for gas exploration in its offshore has set off a flurry of speculation in national and international media. A leading bank in the country produced a report suggesting the government could earn up to $200 billion in revenues from the deal, turn the public deficit into more »

Running the numbers: making extractives count for Africa

on October 20, 2017 · Leave a Comment 

By Olumide Abimbola and Pietro Toigo of the African Development Bank As African resource-rich countries battle with the macroeconomic impact of the dip in global commodity prices, many look back at the 2004-2013 upswing in the commodity cycle and consider whether African countries, and their citizens, made the best out of them. Asymmetric information between more »

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