The Bristow Helicopter Crash - Unreported Facts
They left their families; social life and civilization for a prison-like environment offshore called a drilling rig where all they do is, work daily on a 12 hour basis, eat and sleep for between two weeks and four weeks depending on their rules of engagement. At the end of their job called a “tour”, it…
BEDC reviews tariff for stable power
BENIN Electricity Distribution Company (BEDC) has unveiled plans to review electricity tariff, which will immensely improve steady power supply, community relations and customer care services for over 700, 000 customers in Ondo, Delta, Edo and Ekiti states.
DPR lauds Ogbele gas flare reduction award
An indigenous firm, Niger Delta Petroleum Resources Limited, has bagged international recognition through the significant gas flare reduction at its Ogbele gas utilization and development project.
Path to electricity sector’s growth, by BPE
Bureau of Public Enterprises (BPE), has called for more transparency and honesty by stakeholders in the electricity market in Nigeria to foster growth.
Cost of producing electricity from renewable sources, by IEA-NEA
THE cost of producing electricity from renewable sources like wind and solar has been falling for several years. Now, a new report provides in detail the contrasting costs for different power generation technologies around the world and shows that renewable sources can produce electricity at close to or even below the cost of new fossil fuel-based power stations.
NNPC shops for fund to develop gas projects
The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), has unveiled plans to source for funds in its move to fully exploit the nation’s gas potentials
Gas pricing intrigues hurting new deals
The intrigues trailing the formalisation of the gas pricing at $2.50 may have been jeopardising numerous gas-to-power supply deals anticipated by the operating firms in the sector.
Stakeholders seek abolition of oil swap deals
Stakeholders in the energy industry have endorsed the cancellation of crude oil swap contracts, as well as Offshore Processing Contracts (OPA), which the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) entered with traders, under the previous administration of President Goodluck Jonathan.