Consumer rights group, PowerUp has described as unnecessary the industrial action by the Nigerian Union of Electricity Employees (NUEE) last week, which threw the country into total blackout.
Stakeholders in Abuja have raised serious concerns over the growing rate of inequality in Nigeria, insisting the mismanagement of natural resource wealth is fuelling the development.
Leading independent oil exploration and production firm, FIRST Exploration and Petroleum Development Company Limited (FIRST E&P) recently gathered experts in the energy and financial sectors to its strategic leadership session organized to deliberate on the ways Nigeria and Africa can harness economic prosperity through gas resources. The seminar themed ‘Scarcity in Abundance; How Gas Can…
Nigerian Gas Association (NGA) said the lack of political will and infrastructure are key reasons Nigeria is losing in the energy opportunities provided by the Russia/Ukraine war.
Prof. Damilola Sunday Olawuyi is a Senior Advocate of Nigeria and an international jurist with expertise in petroleum, mining, energy and environmental law.
There are looming concerns in the upstream segment of the nation’s oil and gas industry except for the Nigerian Upstream Petroleum Regulatory Commission (NUPRC) taking proactive
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...
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
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…
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)
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