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3 days ago
A Manchester-based energy solutions company has provided the Dafara community based in Abuja with access to 24/7 clean, cheap, reliable electricity through the successful deployment of their ‘Local Energy Trading platform’.  Currently, in Nigeria, nearly 80 million people - some 40% of the population - have no access to grid power whatsoever. One of the…
4 days ago
The Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) is expecting improvement in the supply of electricity across the country as the government begins rehabilitation of key power infrastructure.
4 days ago
The Federal Government may consider partnership with the private sector as part of measures to increase by five per cent, the contribution of the solid minerals sector to Gross Domestic Product (GDP) by 2025.
4 days ago
An earlier plan by the defunct Petroleum Equalisation Fund (PEF) to equalise the consumption of gas, especially Liquefied Petroleum Gas may no longer fly as the government said subsidising the transport ...
4 days ago
The Group Managing Director of Eunisell Limited, Chika Ikenga, has said innovation remains critical in enhancing productivity in the Nigerian business space especially the energy sector.
17 Nov
Stakeholders have linked the lack of reliable data in the Nigerian electricity industry to the failure in the interventions and policies being designed by the Federal Government, Central Bank of Nigeria, Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Authority (NERC) and others.
17 Nov
A new collaboration between the Nigerian Upstream Petroleum Regulatory Commission (NUPRC) and PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), set to be underway, may address bureaucratic bottlenecks and improve capacity development in Nigeria's oil sector. When the Federal Government established the NUPRC last month on the backdrop of the implementation of the recently passed Petroleum Industry Act (PIA), Gbenga Komolafe,…
17 Nov
There are indications that migration, especially to Europe and America may continue in Nigeria due to the growing energy and infrastructure crisis.
10 Nov
As the debate on benefits from oil and gas resources continue in Nigeria, some stakeholders have insisted that it was high time transparency and disclosure are enforced in the administration
10 Nov
Nigeria and other West African countries, under the West African Power Pool (WAPP) will witness an increase in electricity transmission as the region plans to complete the North Core Transmission line by 2023.
10 Nov
Between now and 2025, losses due to the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic would have cost the oil and gas sector in Africa about $150 billion even as the global community moves towards net-zero emission.
3 Nov
With the inauguration of PE Energy Limited’s integrated valve assembly plant in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria’s capacity to develop control and automation solutions, especially for crude oil accountability in the upstream sector, has been deepened.
3 Nov
Despite mounting pressure to defund oil and gas, growth in the industry across Africa may hit seven per cent before 2025 as oil majors maintain an optimistic outlook.

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