Valuable energy, nutrients, water lost in world's fast-rising streams
Vast amounts of valuable energy, agricultural nutrients, and water could potentially be recovered from the world’s fast-rising volume of municipal wastewater
At Edo symposium, vice-chancellor tasks stakeholders on clean energy, gas flaring
he Vice-Chancellor of Igbinedion University Okada (IUO), Prof. Lawrence Ezemonye, at the weekend harped on ways to harness the numerous benefits in the oil and gas industry
Stakeholders list hurdles as clamour for energy transition heightens
The global move to transit from fossil fuel to sustainable energy sources would be greeted with challenges in Nigeria, considering the country’s total reliance on hydrocarbon
IEA tasks IoCs on acceleration of energy transition efforts
The International Energy Agency (IEA) has called on oil and gas companies to accelerate efforts to help the transition to cleaner energies, while at the same time conceding
‘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.
‘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.
UKAID, others boost clean energy cooking in South East
As smoke from firewood kills approximately 93, 300 vulnerable Nigerian women and children every year, a project by Modern Energy Cooking Services-Technology Research Innovation for International Development (MECS-TRIID)
Obasanjo advocates collaboration for a strong energy future
Former President Olusegun Obasanjo has identified the need for collaboration among African countries, especially the oil-producing countries, in the area of technology and adoption of renewable energy for sustainability in the oil and gas industry.
FG loses N65.4b in revenue as average energy hits 3,464MW in October
Although there were no reports of grid collapse last month, power generation from the nation’s generating companies dropped to an average of 3,464MW in October from a monthly average of 3,473MW in the month of September, latest data from the office of the Vice President has shown.