Poor financing, insecurity mar agric in Buhari’s tenure
Agriculture, health, education and security sectors, among others, have suffered degrees of neglect while the country concentrates on the economy of crude petroleum
Targeting gas flaring for revenue?
It is indeed inscrutable that government’s projection to end gas flaring over the years has failed due to several factors. But huge revenue expected from penalty payments by the oil
OGFZA restates commitment to NEPZA, directives on zone management
Oil and Gas Free Zones Authority (OGFZA), has restated its commitment to continue to abide by directives from the Nigerian Export Processing Zone Authority
‘Global disruptions offer Nigeria leeway for gas-to-power maximisation’
With the disruptions in the global oil industry, causing energy imbalance and low demand for oil, one of the operators in the power value-chain, has urged the government to implement regulations
FG hopeful of sustained oil production amidst low prices
The Federal Government and operators in the oil and gas sector have announced plans to deepen cost-cutting measures in order to sustain oil production, earn some revenues
Firm supports Abia with 35,000 litres of cooking gas
To support efforts aimed at curbing the spread of the pandemic disease, Second Coming Nigeria Limited, a liquified petroleum gas company in Umuahia, has donated 35, 000 litres
‘Bankruptcies, headcount cuts inevitable in oil, gas sector’
Though the long-term impact of Coronavirus on the oil and gas sector is still unclear, there are indications that the industry could run into bankruptcy as well as headcount cut.
‘In-country training will further aid local content capacity, development’
Though the implementation of the Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry Content (NOGIC) Act 2010 has aided investments and development in the oil and gas industry