By Michael R. ScholzThe United States is looking to create a new economic engine in Africa by putting more oil into the continent.
It wants to help oilfields develop, but it also wants to create jobs and generate revenue for governments.
Oilfield management companies are big players in the American energy sector, but there are plenty of others.
Now, oil and gas companies are starting to develop real estate in Africa.
Oil and gas firms are building communities around oil and natural gas fields in Africa and developing towns, cities and villages.
But what does that really mean?
It means that the American oil and oil-related industries are trying to create new jobs in Africa, but also in Africa’s developing economies.
Here’s a look at how they’re doing it and what it means for African countries.
Oil companies are trying for a long time to find new jobs for African workers.
Oil fields have historically been mostly rural, low-paying jobs, which means that many African workers are still at the mercy of their families and communities.
That’s why the U.S. and its allies like Angola have been pushing for more African investment in the oil and energy sector.
The oil industry, like many industries in Africa that rely on foreign labor, has struggled to find its footing.
The United States invested heavily in the construction of roads, pipelines and other infrastructure in Africa over the past decade, but oil and pipeline infrastructure has largely failed to produce significant economic growth.
It’s been a long-term trend.
The U.N. estimated that between 2005 and 2016, Africa spent $10.6 billion on infrastructure.
That figure is up from about $8.5 billion in 2015.
Oil prices have been relatively stable, which has meant that many of the oil companies have been able to invest in the country without any major problems.
The problem is that oil companies in Africa are trying hard to develop new ways to attract foreign workers.
Some of these firms are doing things like investing in real estate projects in rural areas, in order to attract potential workers.
There’s a strong perception among African communities that these projects will make life easier for African immigrants who have been out of the country for decades.
These are just some of the issues that are being raised by oil and other industries that are trying their best to attract new labor.
But some of these projects are also pushing for policies that will help African workers get the same benefits that African immigrants get.
They’re pushing for minimum wages and higher wages, as well as the right to form unions and collective bargaining rights.
Oil industry officials are pushing for higher standards and better working conditions in the African labor market.
In some cases, they’re pushing to improve the working conditions of African workers in oil fields and other sectors.
For example, in South Africa, the South African Petroleum Corporation has launched a national training initiative to help workers learn how to improve their working conditions.
Oil firms are also looking to use government funds to train local governments and local businesses on how to develop oilfields.
There are also a few companies that are investing in training and promoting the development of local economic opportunities, such as local food producers.
These efforts are important, because oil and its related industries are often the ones that are creating the jobs.
For African governments, the economic impact of these new jobs is one of the major issues that need to be addressed in order for the African economy to grow and become a regional powerhouse.
This article was produced by USA Today and the Africa Center at the University of California, Berkeley.