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Oil prices rise as COVID-19 lock-downs start to ease

Oil prices have climbed up in recent times driven by relaxed coronavirus restrictions and lock-downs in some countries which have allowed some businesses and factories to resume operations.

Oil prices decline to their lowest since 2018, these are the main drivers behind the slide

Ahead of OPEC’s meeting this week, oil prices rose by more than four per cent from multi-year lows earlier, as hopes of a deeper cut by the oil producing club and stimulus from Central Banks fuelled the rebound. Rolake Akinkugbe-Filani, Managing Director of Energyinc Advisors joins CNBC Africa me for more.

How latest Iran midnight attacks are likely to shape African oil markets this year

Iran launched over a dozen ballistic missiles on multiple bases housing U.S troops in Iraq, in a retaliation attack that spiked oil prices to four-month highs to over $71, after which prices settled to about $69 dollars and 83 cents per barrel. Rolake Akinkugbe-Filani, Managing Director for EnergyInc Advisors joins CNBC Africa to discuss trends that will shape the oil markets this year.

What the drone attacks on Saudi oil facilities means for global oil prices

Saturday's attacks on Saudi Arabia's oil facilities led to a 15 per cent spike in Brent crude prices on Monday. To discuss the wider implications for the global oil market, Rolake Akinkugbe-Filani joins CNBC Africa for more.

Oil prices continue to decline as U.S-China trade war deepens

Oil prices are down in early trade, as rising U.S crude inventories and weak economic data from China erased some of the sharp gains from Tuesday's 4.7 per cent surge. To review the global oil markets and the impact on Nigeria's oil and gas space, Rolake Akinkugbe-Filani, Senior Vice President and Head of Energy and Natural Resources at FBNQuest Merchant Bank joins CNBC Africa for more.