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THE IMPACT OF THE OIL SECTOR ON THE NIGERIAN ECONOMY

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THE IMPACT OF THE OIL SECTOR ON THE NIGERIAN ECONOMY

TABLE OF CONTENT

 

CONTENT                                                                             PAGE

 

TITLE PAGE

 

APPROVAL PAGE

 

DEDICATION

 

ACKNOWLEDGMENT

 

ABSTRACT

 

TABLE OF CONTENT

 

 

 

 CHAPTER ONE:

 

 

  1. INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT TITLE

 

  1. CONCEPTUAL CLARIFICATION

 

  1. PROBLEM DEFINITION

 

  1. OBJECTIVE OF STUDY

 

  1. SCOPE OF STUDY

 

  1. LIMITATION OF STUDY

 

  1. HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF THE OIL SECTOR IN NIGERIA

 

REFERENCES

 

CHAPTER TWO:

 

 

  1. REVIEW OF THE RELATED LITERATURE

 

  1. GENERAL STUDIES ON OIL

 

  1. STUDIES ON OIL ON NIGERIAN ECONOMY

 

  1. THE IMPACT OF OIL PRODUCTION IN DELTA STATE

 

REFERENCE:

 

CHAPTER THREE:

 

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

 

REFERENCES

 

CHAPTER FOUR:

 

 

  1. DATA PRESENTATION AND ANALYSIS

 

  1. INTRODUCTION TO VARIABLES

 

  1. HYPOTHESIS / MODEL SPECIFICATION & EXPETATION

 

  1. SOURCE OF DATA

 

REFERENCES

 

CHAPTER FIVE:

 

 

  1. FINDINGS

 

CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS

 

5.1    RECOMMENDATIONS

 

 

  1. CONCLUSION

BIBLIOGRAPHY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

CHAPTER ONE

 

INTRODUCTION

 

 

 

 

  1. INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT TITLE

Nigeria is a major of crude oil, and the importance of this commodity has been highly manifested in the nations economy. From the early 70s, the petroleum industry has become the dominant sector in the economy. Following quickly after agriculture (the dominant sector before the discovery of crude oil). It has dictated the pace of economic, political social and cultural progress in the country.

 

 

Despite the present travails of oil in the world Alli (1987) asserted that oil still holds the key to the nation’s economic future, and the prospects of any successful economic restructuring hands heavily on this all important commodity. Hence, its importance in the Nigerian economy.

 

 

 

The world’s oil industry is described as the only international industry that concerns every country of the world. It is infact said to concern virtually the world economy; oil has successfully divided the world geographically into regions of major production and regions of high consumption.

 

 

 

The oil industry is also the most important in its contribution to the world’s tonnage of international trade and shipping for these and other attribution of the oil industry it was ascerted, by Odell (1971), that a day sddom passed by without oil being in News. This confirms the importance of oil (which is the basis of this study) throughout the world.