NIPCO bags awards on acquisition of ExxonMobil
NIPCO Plc has bagged an Oil and Gas industry award for its unprecedented acquisition of ExxonMobil stake in Mobil Oil Nigeria (MON) Plc. The award, which was in recognition of the company’s huge financial investments in the nation’s downstream petroleum industry, was the highlight of the maiden Nigeria International Petroleum Summit (NIPS) held in Abuja.…
Akwa Ibom youths threaten to disrupt ExxonMobil operations over non-employment of indigenes
Akwa Ibom youths under the aegis of Nigeria Youth Initiative Forum (NYIF) have given ExxonMobil a 30-day ultimatum to prevail on their contractors...
Africare takes free medical care to Abuja IDPs
Africare partners National Basketball Association (NBA) and ExxonMobil to use basketball and other learning skills to train students on how various strategies could be used not only to sensitize, but defeat diseases.
Akwa Ibom communities block routes to oil firm’s facilities
The host-communities to Mobil Producing Nigeria Unlimited, a subsidiary of ExxonMobil, have blocked all routes leading to the firm’s facilities in Eket, Esit Eket and Ibeno in Akwa Ibom State.
Oil firms record $17.125 billion earnings in H1 2017
The company announced estimated Q2 2017 earnings of $3.4 billion or $0.78 per diluted share, compared with $1.7 billion a year earlier, as oil and gas realisations increased and refining margins improved.
Oil firms, MAN decry production disruption by unions
Multinational oil companies and manufacturing firms have condemned the incessant disruption of oil and gas production through industrial actions embarked upon by unionists in Nigeria.
Chika Uwazie: Nigeria can export HR system to other African countries
In a period the Nigerian Government is desperate to diversify the economy in order to exit from recession and grow GDP fast, Chika Uwazie is looking beyond the obvious places to exporting human resource system, which she sees as the next big thing.
Man thankful to God after kidnappers chop off his hand
Nearly one month after regaining freedom from a tortuous 32 days in captivity, the trauma of the ordeal is yet to go away for Dr. Idongesit Udom, the former ExxonMobil worker...
Tomeb partners ExxonMobil to shape the lives of young people
Self-dicovery, right attitude to life and sound mind no doubt are the factors that ginger human beings to succeed in life, just as sound education pushes one to a greater height.