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11 Jun 2015
NIGERIA may have to prepare for tougher times this year as the once a highly desired, easy-to-refine Nigeria’s sweet crude is now hard to sell, making the country to embark on discounted sales just to get the cargoes off the high seas.
10 Jun 2015
In 2011, pundits predicted the emergence of sub-Saharan Africa as the world’s last cement frontier going by the rising demand for the commodity in the region, especially in the face of infrastructural development.
10 Jun 2015
The 2015 budget as passed by the National Assembly has received serial knocks and at best been described as “old wine in new bottle.” CHIJIOKE NELSON analyses the figures and the viability of the document for the new government.
10 Jun 2015
Resort Savings and Loans Plc has designed an account for young Nigerians who have just secured employment to help them secure their future housing needs.
10 Jun 2015
MAERSK Line has signed a new building contract with Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME).
10 Jun 2015
DELTA State Governor, Ifeanyi Okowa has pledged to partner Nigeria Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) in the development of Nigeria Maritime University (NMU). Meanwhile, all is now set for the university, located in Okerenkoko, Gbaramatu Kingdom, Warri South-West Local Government Area of Delta State to commence academic activities in September, this year, for the…
10 Jun 2015
AS part of measures to curtail drop in price of crude oil in the international market and fall in the revenue generation of the Federal Government, the Nigerian Ship Owners Association (NISA) has advised the government to pay more attention to the maritime industry. The ship owners also resolved to send a proposal to President…
10 Jun 2015
AIS veseel tracking service, MarineTraffic has explained that being open with data will allow the maritime sector to increase competiveness and efficiency. MarineTraffic, believes that open data can positively increase the competitiveness and efficiency of the shipping industry. Speaking at the union for the Mediterranean stakeholders’ conference, titled “Towards a Roadmap for Blue Investment and…
10 Jun 2015
Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) has so far disclosed $1.6 trillion worth of government revenues from oil, gas and minerals as at April this year.
9 Jun 2015
Nigerian Petroleum Development Company (NPDC) has steadily ramped up production from 270MMSCF/D and 60MMSCF/D to 360MMSCF/D and 70MMSCF/D for Utorogu NAG 1 and Ughelli East (UGHE) plants respectively
9 Jun 2015
The Ambassador of Finland to Nigeria, Ms Pirjo Suomela-Chowdhury has called for strong trade and economic relationship between her country and Nigeria.
9 Jun 2015
FMDQ OTC Plc, yesterday witnessed another bond listing on the platform, with the listing of  Stanbic IBTC bank Plc’s N15.44 billion bond. Speaking at the bond listing ceremony in Lagos yesterday, the Managing Director , FMDQ OTC Plc, Bola Onadele,  said that the listing would go a long way to deepening the nation’s capital market.…

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