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4 May 2020
Nigeria Delta-based group, Centre for Environment, Human Rights and Development (CEHRD) has expressed concern over the inability of the Federal Government to develop a blueprint aimed at ending air pollution in the region.
23 Mar 2020
Disturbed by the danger of the continuous gas flaring in the country, an international Non-Governmental Organisation, the Coalition for Socio-ecological Transformation (COSET) has urged the Federal Government not to shift its commitment to end the scourge in 2020.
28 Feb 2020
The Senate is considering stiffer penalties for individuals and corporate entities engaged gas flaring in with effect from January 1, 2021.The Gas Flaring (Prohibition and Punishment) Bill, 2020, which was sponsored by Senator Albert Bassey Akpan...
24 Feb 2020
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
14 Nov 2019
The House of Representatives has ordered the multinational oil companies operating in Nigeria to stop the flaring of associated gas.
13 Nov 2019
The Federal Government has been charged to end gas-flaring in the Niger Delta communities following its devastating impact on the health of the people and the environment.
24 Oct 2019
A total of N1.4 billion has been voted by the Ministry of Petroleum Resources to address critical challenges affecting Nigeria’s oil and gas sector, especially pipeline infrastructure as well as inadequate data.
18 Oct 2019
To ensure Nigeria fulfils its commitment to climate change agenda, and also increase access to clean energy by its citizens, the United Kingdom and other stakeholders in the sustainable energy industry...
18 Aug 2019
Barely five months to the 2020 deadline announced by the Federal Government to end gas flaring in the Niger Delta, government has said the projection may remain elusive.
19 Apr 2019
The Senate yesterday passed a new bill, which provided for penalty against gas flaring and other malpractices in the oil and gas sector.The last legislation on gas flare, the Associated Gas Re-injection Act of 1979, came into force 40 years....
17 Apr 2019
With no less than N800 million being recorded as daily loss to gas flaring, sector operators have called for a liberalised market and financial structures in the power sector. The move, according to the operators, would form part of measures to aid domestic utilisation and encourage investments needed to fast-track deployment of infrastructure for the…
9 Apr 2019
Stakeholder in the oil and gas as well as power sector, have examined the need to take advantage of the Flare Gas (Prevention and Waste) Regulation (2018).

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