Nigeria’s oil exports drop, 20 cargoes remain unsold
Indications have emerged that Nigeria will export about 52 cargoes of crude oil in June, representing a drop from 55 cargoes slated for May in the futures market.
Electricity coy records 56 cases of vandalism in S/East
The Enugu Electricity Distribution Company (EEDC) recorded 56 cases of power installation vandalism in the South East between January and April.
Unsafe petroleum tankers and unworthy roads!
Nigeria currently transports its refined crude oil products through a network of pipelines to the depots and from there, it is trucked to the various fuel dispensing stations across the country.
‘Nigeria needs cheaper, safer, affordable cleaner energy’
Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) has been considered as one of the relatively clean and efficient cooking fuel options currently available in the country.
NIPCO raises fuel storage facility to 84 million litres
The Nigerian Independent Petroleum Company (NIPCO) plc, has expanded its storage capacity to 84 million litres.
ASTEVEN plans to generate 50MW through solar energy by 2018
Asteven Solar, an energy product manufacturing and generation firm has announced the company’s plans to generate about 50 Mega Watts (MW) of electricity over the next 24 months.
Govt targets six months for local content contracting cycle
The Federal Government is set to cut the contracting cycle in the Nigerian oil and gas industry from its current stretch of between two to four years to six months, the Minister ...
BG Technical opens first pipeline pigging products factory in W’Africa
B.G Technical Limited, 100 per cent indigenous firm, has commissioned its first pipeline, pigs and accessories factory in Nigeria and West Africa.