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GWIL Group is an international Oil & Gas exploration and
production company with corporate offices in the US and Africa
with operations in Ghana, Cote D’Ivoire, Angola, and Nigeria.

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Welcome to GWIL

GWIL Group is a company with a culture for partnerships, associations and team work. The company comprises of a team of technical experts, financial experts, administrative team and a team of project consultants.


GWIL Group is a flagship company with major achievements under its belt since its inception. The Company is confident of its growth and expansion across rich oil and gas basins in South Saharan Africa.


With headquarters in the USA and operations in Nigeria and Ghana, the company has great potential to become a leading platform for future of the hydrocarbon exploration and development projects across Sub-Saharan Africa.


Our executive team and employee network are skilled technocrats and field personnel who initiate every minute detailed implementation of each and every project. GWIL Group prides itself as a confident investor network that it has established itself within a circle of qualified accredited financial resources that see the vision, mission, and goals of the company. The financial confidence of the company is based on its drive and ability to penetrate rich reserves in democratic zones across Sub-Saharan.

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ETP: Three Months Till DAPL Goes Online

The Dakota Access pipeline will be operational in three months’ time, according to a spokesperson from Energy Transfer Partners (ETP), who added that construction on the line had begun following a final approval from the Army Corps of Engineers on Wednesday.

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Nov
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Oil Stuck After API Reports Huge Gasoline Build

The American Petroleum Institute (API) reported a larger than expected draw in commercial crude supplies in its Wednesday report.

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Nov
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Amid Gas Price Spike, Mexican President’s Approval Rating Drops To 12%

Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto’s approval rating has dipped to a dangerously low 12 percent after the government raised gasoline prices to their highest in two decades, leading to looting of department stores and ongoing public protests.

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