Optimal Structure of the Nigerian Energy Supply Mix
Anthony O. Adegbulugbe,
Felix Davo and
The Energy Journal, 1989, vol. Volume 10, issue Number 2, 165-176
Nigeria, a member of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), is blessed with relatively abundant energy resources like petroleum, gas, coal, solar, hydropower, etc. With an estimated population of 80 million, the country also has abundant human resources. In spite of her varied human and energy resources, the performance of the Nigerian economy has been closely linked with one resource, petroleum, a situation characteristic of most OPEC member countries.
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