‘Metering consumers crucial to addressing power value-chain disruptions’
The Minister of Power, Saleh Mamman, has said that effective metering of electricity consumers remains the best option to help distribution companies get more money to pay generating companies.
Again, investors at loggerheads over ownership of DisCo
The crisis rocking the ownership of Abuja Electricity Distribution Company (AEDC) may be far from over, as one of the investors, CEC Africa Investments Limited (CECA), insisted that its partner,
SON, operators move to re-qualify used gas cylinders
The Standards Organization of Nigeria (SON) has said that it has commenced talks with filling plants owners and other relevant stakeholders in order to commence the re-qualification of used gas cylinders
‘Indigenous oil firms capable of wading through economic turbulence’
Indigenous oil firm, AOS Orwell has expressed confidence in the Nigerian oil and gas industry despite the harsh operating environment
‘Renewables crucial to improving energy access’
To address growing energy demand in the country, there is a need to adopt an energy mix that bridges gaps in the grid and in rural areas by deploying the use of renewable.
Malabo declaration and future of energy in Nigeria, others
Natural gas has been described as a transition fuel that is ‘environmentally friendly, affordable, reliable, accessible and flexible.’ As countries face mounting pressure to reduce carbon emissions, natural gas...
Electricity metering gulps N11 billion in four states as MAP scheme drags
No less than N11 billion has been invested in metering electricity consumers in Kogi, Abuja, Nasarawa and Niger States as part of efforts to bridge the shortfall in metering gap and reduce estimated billing of consumers in the country.
‘Acquisitions among indigenous players to aid local content development’
With the announcement of mergers and acquisitions among indigenous players in the oil and gas industry, operators in the sector have stated that the move will further aid local content development.