Power supply may worsen in coming weeks
The epileptic state of the nation’s power sector may get even worse in the coming weeks with power generation dropping from about 4,500 to 2,700 megawatts in recent weeks, according to hints by the Federal Government.
Subsidy Payment: Govt's silence worries oil marketers
The Major Oil Marketers Association of Nigeria, MOMAN, and the Depot Petroleum Products Marketers Association, DAPPMA, say they are worried that the Federal Government has remained mute on their demand for payment of interests on subsidy funds for fuel imported into the country, few days to the end of the tenure of the administration.
NDPHC laments 'one year of persistent gas pipeline damage'
Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of the Niger Delta Power Holding Company Limited, NDPHC, Mr. James Olotu, has lamented what he described as "one year of persistent gas pipeline damage", saying this has left integrated power plants that are dependent of gas to generate power dormant over the period.