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26 Oct 2015
    Climate change is a phenomenon gradually developing itself into a major concern for humanity. It is a process that increases the sea levels due to melting of ice and the repercussions for the environment is that areas close to sea level and slightly above sea levels a re likely to be submerged in…
20 Oct 2015
SECURING CRUDE OIL WITH DRONES   The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC has promised to deploy drones in fighting crude oil theft. The Nigerian Security and Civil Defense Corps perhaps, as a result of synergy with the NNPC, has been reported to have procured one to fight pipeline vandalism. It is certain that other agencies…
22 Sep 2015
There are certain grey areas in the management of Nigeria’s oil and gas industry that has hitherto been overlooked over the years either due to our military mentality, inclement operating environment, fiscal indiscipline, impunity, ignorance or all of the above. With the crash in accruable revenues from the country’s major revenue base and an attendant…
16 Sep 2015
There was a time in Nigeria when Oil companies like Mobil Nigeria, Elf Nigeria were drilling on high water depths and Chevron was on low water depth creeks as they are today.
4 Sep 2015
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…

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