The Federal Government will revive a 40MW Dadinkowa Power project in Gombe State, Minister of Power, Abubakar Aliyu has said.
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.
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.
The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) recently pulled back from the brink of serial deficit turnover that has lasted four decades.
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.
As part of measures to drive transparency and ensure the extractive sector benefits the masses, the Nigeria Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (NEITI)
The Federal Government has stated that the country is currently on track as regards policies and strategies that will turn the country to Africa’s investment hub in the oil and gas industry.
The Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo has stressed the need for continuous improvement in electricity supply as part of measures to enable economic activities across the country.
Following a N287 billion profit after tax declaration by the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, International Energy Services Limited, Dr. Diran Fawibe....
The world will need $156 billion yearly to transit Nigeria and other countries to clean cooking sources for a 2030 deadline to be realised.
Managing Director of Mudiame International Limited and founder, Mudiame University, Prof. Sunny Eromosele Eboh and other key players in the oil and gas sector, have stated that unless Nigeria prioritises capacity development...
Nigeria flares an excess of 700 million standard cubic feet (SCF) of gas per day from 178 flare sites, which translates to Nigeria losing approximately $10 billion of revenue yearly, equating to $2,00 per MMBtu....