Nigeria, partners to decide on $10b NLNG gas project next week
The Final Investment Decision (FID) of the $10 billion worth Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas (NLNG) train seven project would be taken next week,
Nigeria, others to drive natural gas surplus, says U.S.
With new gas discoveries within Nigeria and other African countries, the United States has stated that the Africa is projected to be the prime market for the surplus of gas that the U.S. shale is driving.
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.
End gas-flaring in Niger Delta now, environmentalists tell Buhari
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.
Stakeholders seek end to inequality in oil, gas sector
Stakeholders in the oil and gas sector in Nigeria have called for gender equality in the sector as a means to enhance sustainable development in the industry. The stakeholders, at the 4th Women-in-PENGASSAN (WIP) National Conference in Abuja...
Issues before the new petroleum minister
Nigeria’s oil industry is understandably filled with expectations over the agenda of our new Oil Minister. Many industry executives and stakeholders believe that Timipre Sylva, sworn-in as the Petroleum Minister six weeks ago..
Nigeria at 59: A peep into power sector
Power generation is considered one of the key parameters used in measuring the extent of development of any nation even as research has shown a correlation between electricity consumption and Gross Domestic Product.
Absence of bid rounds in 12 years worsens revenue — Stakeholders
Except urgent steps are taken, indications are that the country could lose its place as a top oil and gas producer due to decline in crude oil reserves and stagnating production level. This has hovered around 1.5 million to 2 million barrels per day in the last few years.
P&ID kicks as court orders forfeiture of assets to Nigeria
Irish firm, Process and Industrial Development (P&ID), yesterday described as fraudulent the ruling by the Federal High Court, Abuja, ordering the forfeiture of all its assets to the Federal Government.
‘ Why Nigeria is adopting American standards for oil, gas sector’
This Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) has adopted10 American Petroleum Institute (API) Standards for the nation, in a bid to keep up with best international practices in the oil and gas sector.