Firm moves to end gas flaring by 2019, wants government to deregulate power sector
Boma Brown, who said this Monday, in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, during a stakeholders’ meeting, also said engagement with companies that would assist in achieving the end to gas flare is on.
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.
‘Baker Hughes, GE merger to bring down cost of petroleum production’
According to the Sub Saharan Africa, Baker Hughes, a GE company (BHGE), Ado Oseragbaje , the new company is the first and only to bring together industry-leading equipment, services and digital solutions across the entire spectrum of oil and gas development.
Azuri Technology, NDPHC unveil PayGo solar system
Azuri Technology in partnership with the Niger Delta Power Holding Company (NDPHC), has launched its PayGo Solar Home Systems in Nigeria, to deliver affordable, clean energy to 20,000 rural households living without electricity.
WAPCo seeks alternative gas supply to customers
The West Africa Pipeline Company Limited (WAPCo), is exploring other alternatives to ensure continuous supply of gas to its customers within the sub-region.
Ghanaian President to open Africa oil, gas talent summit
President Akufo Addo of Ghana has written to express his willingness to be part of Africa Oil & Gas Talent Summit (AOGS2017) scheduled for 10 to 13 October, 2017, in Ghana.
Nigeria’s oil sector gets N61b local content intervention fund
A $200 million (N61 billion) fund to finance contracts obtained by Nigerian firms working in the oil and gas sector has been launched.