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13 hours ago
The upstream segment of the petroleum industry is possibly the first target in the push against continuous use of fossil fuels. By halting funding for oil and gas exploration and production, most clean energy activists believe...
27 Jul
As the Nigerian National Petroleum Company Ltd transitions into an entity that will be regulated in line with the provisions of the Companies and Allied Matters Act (CAMA), KINGSLEY JEREMIAH, examines
22 Jul
Crude oil is a commodity that people trade widely and use. A trader who bids on oil futures contracts in things based on the future supply and demand for oil perceptions heavily influences its price. People trade futures contracts and oil derivatives daily, influencing the price. These future contracts cause the oil price to change because…
20 Jul
Stakeholders have insisted that there was a need for transparency and accountability in the nation’s extractive sector, stressing that the state oil firm, Nigerian National Petroleum Company Limited (NNPC)
20 Jul
Nigeria's total installed capacity of 13,000 Megawatts can only give 632, 400 people a good and healthy life, leaving over 199 million of the population, stakeholders said while calling for urgent action on the energy
20 Jul
President of the Nigerian Gas Association (NGA), Ed Ubong has asked the Federal Government to turn to gas to power daily operations.
13 Jul
For political reasons, especially to keep the current government in power, the decision to stop the payment of subsidies has remained elusive and the rise of the cost of the scheme, believed to be in favour of the masses is now the leading cause of their adversity.
13 Jul
Energy demand in Nigeria and other African countries is expected to see increased growth over the decade amidst current realities, resulting in growth for energy companies.
10 Jul
They were beautifully dressed. The 2022 granduads of Corona Secondary School, Agbara also smiled as their graduation ceremony got on, recalling the days they had spent in the schools including the time spent working to do the job of studying.
27 Jun
Fuel retailers have been advised to prepare for an emerging future by modernising their service stations to support electric vehicles, supply biofuel as well as capitalize on their real estate..
27 Jun
Eterna Plc has reiterated its commitment to investing in Liquefied Petroleum Gas space and incrementally setting up necessary infrastructure for market penetration.
27 Jun
Chairman, Mainstream Energy Solutions Limited Sani Bello has said there was need for urgent measures to ensure the sustainability of the country’s power sector.
27 Jun
Intelligent power management company, Eaton, has announced it will expand its collaboration with Microsoft to accelerate applications of its EnergyAware uninterruptible power system (UPS) technology in key segments worldwide.

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Gov Douye Diri of Bayelsa on Wednesday directed Local Government Chairmen to reside within their domains and ensure peaceful coexistence in their communities.
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Igbo youths under the auspices of the Coalition of South East Youth Leaders (COSEYL) on Wednesday warned groups and individuals promoting the presidential ambition of Senator Ahmed Bola Tinubu to stay clear of the zone. President and Publicity Secretary of the group, Goodluck Ibem and Okay Nworu, in a statement, described as "unfortunate" how certain…
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A Chinese court rejected an appeal in a landmark sexual harassment case on Wednesday, dealing a blow to the country's fledgling #MeToo movement. Zhou Xiaoxuan stepped forward in 2018 to accuse popular state TV host Zhu Jun of forcibly kissing and groping her during her 2014 internship at the broadcaster. Her case inspired many others…
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Tunisia's judicial authorities on Wednesday revoked the sacking in early June by President Kais Saied of almost 50 judges, a court spokesman told AFP. A June 1 presidential decree in the North African country saw Saied fire 57 judges, after accusing many of corruption and other crimes. His move, which rights groups called "a deep…
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Director, Centre for Democratic Development Research and Training, Professor Abubakar Siddique Mohammad has advocated intervention of foreign government to end insurgency in Nigeria. While the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, lecturer lauded the efforts of the Nigerian forces to nip the excesses of the terrorists in the bud, he said the strength of the nation's military…