Lagos - Three African counties - Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Seychelles and Burundi - are considering adopting some Nigerian oil and gas policies that could potentially benefit their economies.
The move is to help them in the management of their oil and gas resources, reports Guardian.
These countries are turning to Nigeria being the largest producer of crude oil in Africa.
Serge Marie Aime Bdeko, DRC’s Minister of Hydrocarbon, had already started discussions with Ministry of Petroleum Resources with the intention of adopting some of Nigeria’s oil and gas policies in his country.
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