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13 Oct
Chairman, Tricontinental Group and former President, Nigerian American Chamber of Commerce (NACC), Olabintan Famutimi believe that the divestment by International Oil Companies from Nigeria
8 Oct
Petroleum refiners, marketers, distributors and other stakeholders in the downstream segment of Africa’s oil and gas industry will in the coming weeks, converge to seek leeway
8 Oct
There are indications that the Federal Government will this month move to the second phase of the mass metering programme after failing to achieve projected objectives in the first phase.
8 Oct
The Federal Executive Council (FEC) may, in the coming weeks, approve a plan aimed at the production, recycling and exportation of lead batteries in the country.
7 Oct
Stakeholders in Nigeria’s petroleum industry have called on the Federal Government to fix the supply chain challenges in the downstream sector to allow the segment to operate efficiently.
29 Sep
The Nigeria Consumer Protection Network (NCPN) has insisted that the growing rate of multiple taxation in the nation's electricity industry is worrisome.
29 Sep
Shell has said its research and development strategy is aligned with Nigeria’s 10-year strategic roadmap for local content being implemented by the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB).
29 Sep
The Federal Government will revive a 40MW Dadinkowa Power project in Gombe State, Minister of Power, Abubakar Aliyu has said.
29 Sep
With the inadequacy of the national grid to meet the growing electricity needs of Nigerians, some operators have advocated the decentralization of the grid to allow sub-national entities to generate and distribute electricity.
18 Sep
The Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa (SEFA) of the African Development Bank (AfDB) has approved a one-million-dollar grant for the modernisation of Africa’s aging hydropower fleet.
15 Sep
The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) recently pulled back from the brink of serial deficit turnover that has lasted four decades.
10 Sep
The Federal Government has supported the supply of electricity in the country with about N1.3 trillion as the Distribution Companies remitted N26.8 billion in June this year.

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Thomas Mueller says Bayern Munich team-mate Robert Lewandowski must be awarded the Ballon d'Or trophy when the winner is announced on Monday.
43 mins ago
The Federal Government’s newfound zest to float the controversial national carrier, Nigeria Air, next year, has spiked concerns in the industry, in a manner that questions both the feasibility and intent of the high-capital venture.
57 mins ago
The Minister of Youth and Sports Development, Sunday Dare, has said that the 2022 UNILAG-NUGA Games will provide undergraduates with the opportunity to also showcase their hidden talents.
58 mins ago
“Yiyo ekun, ti ojo ko,” so goes the Yoruba saying. It translates to, ‘The gentility of a tiger is not a sign of weakness.’ In the jungle, ‘that the lion is master of stealth does not translate to fear.’ That is what the Yoruba saying is affirming in those words.
59 mins ago
The Governor Mai Mala Buni led caretaker and extra ordinary convention planning committee (CECPC) can now heave a sigh of relief following the decision to convene the national convention of up the party in February next year.