NERC roles out new guidelines for connection, disconnection procedure
The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) has developed new guidelines on connection and disconnection in the electricity service industry.NERC in the new order titled: “Order on Timeline to Facilitate Grid Connection....
SON to shut sub-standard LPG storage tanks
In this regard, the Standards Organiastion of Nigeria (SON), has given a two-week ultimatum to all owners of LPG storage tanks nationwide to commence the process of certifications or have the tanks dismantled.
SPDC links LiveWIRE beneficiaries to $.8m growth fund
The Shell LiveWIRE is a flagship enterprise development programme designed to help young people explore the option of starting their own business as a real and viable career option. It provides training, finance, and business mentorship for young entrepreneurs.
Niger Delta forum stresses protection of oil facilities in region
The Pan Niger Delta Forum (PANDEF) has said it will work with the Federal Government to bring peace and ensure the protection of oil facilities in the region.
Don canvasses adoption of Super Grid to solve power challenges
Prof. Frank Okafor of the Faculty of Engineering, University of Lagos, who made the recommendation at the 2017 Public Lecture of the Nigerian Academy of Engineering, said the super grid has the unique capacity for high voltage direct current transmission.
NCDMB, others plan knowledge sharing sessions on Egina FPSO
Plans are underway by the Nigerian Content Development Monitoring Board (NCDMB) and other critical stakeholders to organise knowledge sharing session on the Egina Floating, Production, Storage and Offloading (FPSO) units.
Group clears air on Bodo community clean-up
Shoreline Clean-up Assessment Techniques (SCAT) under the Bodo Mediation Initiative (BMI), has said that the only possible way to mitigate against continued exposure to the negative consequences of the polluted...
OPEC production freeze fails to boost crude oil prices
The decision by the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) to embark on production freeze last year, offered hope for higher crude oil prices in 2017.
Solar Nigeria Programme to provide 13m pounds in support of solar power generation
Solar Nigeria Programme (SN), a programme funded by the Department for International Development (DFID) says it will provide additional grant of 13 million pounds to help reputable companies involved in solar energy in Nigeria.
Nigeria, a country in the tropical region of the world is now in the dry season. In this dry season, the hydroelectric power plants are working at dry season capacity! The coal-fired power plants are almost redundant while solar is mostly generated by private institutions and personalities who can presently afford it. This leaves the…