The Minister of State Petroleum Resources, Timipre Sylva, has said Nigeria will experience unprecedented progress in the oil and gas sector this year, notwithstanding the challenges.
The unchecked increases in the price of domestic gas in the country over the past months is a classic example of the government’s ineptitude and lack of concern for the average citizen
The volume of premium motor spirit otherwise called petrol consumed by Nigerians in about one year stood at 19.535 billion litres and averaged 1.6 billion litres monthly.
Minister of Mines and Steel Development, Olamilekan Adegbite, has said that Nigeria has made a lot of mistakes in the exportation of oil and gas outside the country.
With the Federal Government able to retain about $8 billion of the $20.4 billion spent on some projects by oil firms between 2016 and 2021 through local content development
A new Domestic Base Price (DBP) framework and applicable gas wholesale price for the strategic domestic sector has been released by the Nigerian Midstream and Downstream Petroleum Regulatory Authority
BUA has signed another agreement with Wartsila OY of Finland for the construction of a 70megawatts dual-fuel power plant for its BUA Cement Obu Line 3 project in Edo State, Southern Nigeria.
As the debate on benefits from oil and gas resources continue in Nigeria, some stakeholders have insisted that it was high time transparency and disclosure are enforced in the administration
To ensure increased penetration of the use of cooking gas and its safe distribution in Nigeria, Smart Gas, a technology firm operating in the downstream sector, has launched a mobile app
The UK government was on Monday holding an emergency meeting with energy and consumer groups, as the country experiences record gas prices that threaten huge bills for households as well as undermining food supplies and casting doubt on energy firms' futures.
The Federal Government, through the Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) has said it will generate N3.2 trillion revenue by the end of December this year
At a time that the rest of the world is prioritising value-addition, rather than raw materials export, Nigeria and other countries have continued to depend on commodities