United Kingdom (U.K.), China, and Togo, increased their import of crude oil from Nigeria in the month of May 2017, according to import destination report of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC).
Fashola tasks transmission substations on maintenance culture
The Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Raji Fashola, has tasked transmission substations in Nigeria on regular maintenance of their equipment.
BEDC to improve supply to Usen community
Residents of Usen community in Egor Local Government Area of Edo State will soon begin to enjoy improved power supply, as the Benin Electricity Distribution Plc...
Total enriches lives with access to solar energy
With the launch of the first solar-powered service station, in Onigbagbo, Lagos on June 12, 2014, Total Nigeria Plc became the pioneer of solar services in West Africa.
Oil firm raises alarm over fresh orchestrated campaign to malign its image
Aiteo Group, an indigenous Nigerian oil firm, has decried what it described as cowardly campaign clandestinely contrived and executed by a number of entities to tarnish its reputation an
DPR strategises to recover outstanding FG’s revenues
According to the Head, Public Affairs of DPR, Paul Osu, the project will automate the administrative role of issuing import and export permits for petroleum products.
Phanes Group launches energy scheme in sub-Sahara Africa
The initiative, The PV Solar Incubator, tagged: “Your Project, Our Expertise, For a Sustainable Future,” will be held in partnership with Hogan Lovells, Proparco, responsAbility, RINA Consulting, and Solarplaza,.
INFOGRAPHIC: Moving Africa forward with solar
Africa has huge power needs and is making big steps towards meeting growing demands with solar energy.
Egbin to construct N432 billion power plant
Egbin Power Plc has unveiled plans to invest $1.2 billion (N432 billion) for the construction of 1,575 Mega Watts in Nigeria.The plant which is expected to be completed by 2020, is expected to increase the supply of electricity to homes and businesses in the country,
Lawmakers laud Nipco’s increased stake in downstream operations
The recent acquisition of ExxonMobil’s 60 per cent equity in Mobil Oil Nigeria Plc by NIPCO has demystified the impression by International Oil Companies (IOCs) that it is impossible for indigenous companies to market petroleum products.