Petroleum Industry Bill
PIGB: A watered-down version of Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB)
The 8th Senate has passed the PIGB which, when assented to by the President, will give birth to a new era for the Petroleum Industry in Nigeria. Most of the countries that established National Oil Companies as did Nigeria have actually developed their Petroleum Industries...
National Assembly defers passage of PIB to first quarter of 2018
Chairman of the Senate Committee on Upstream, Tayo Alasoadura, who spoke at the on-going 7th Practical Nigeria Content organised by the Nigeria Content and Development Monitoring Board (NCDMB) in Uyo...
Okowa seeks passage of petroleum industry bill
Governor Ifeanyi Okowa of Delta State has urged the National Assembly to pass the Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB) to boost investments in the oil and gas sector.He made the call yesterday in Asaba when the Nigerian Ambassador to Vietnam, Francis Efeduma visited him.
‘Ogoni cleanup has been politicised due to diverse interests’
Oil will become obsolete in the next 30years. There are now electrical cars. There is now a global Paris agreement for a gradual de-carbonisation process. You will see a transition from fossil fuel dependency to renewable sources of energy.
‘Why National Assembly must adopt common framework on PIGB’
The Chairman, joint National Committee on the Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB), Chika Onuegbu has urged the National Assembly to agree on the passage of the Petroleum Industry Governance Bill (PIGB).
Senate passes first segment of PIB, unbundles NNPC
The Senate had explained that the other segment that would address the contentious host community issues would soon be presented for fresh legislative work.
Senate to pass Petroleum Industry Bill soon
The lawmaker assured the people of the Niger Delta that the senate was working assiduously to ensure that the people of the South-South geo-political Zone get some signs of relief, with the passage of the bill.
Nigeria’s petroleum industry of the future
The oil and gas industry should be geared toward providing the country’s energy needs with surplus added-value products being exported.