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30 Aug 2021
The Federal Government has restated that the importation of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) for local consumption will continue to increase the price of cooking gas.
21 Jun 2021
The Nigeria Association of Liquefied Natural Gas Marketers (NALPGAM), has called for improvement in the handling and distribution of LPG to ensure safety.
2 Jun 2021
The Senate has urged the Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) to clamp down on illegal roadside retailers of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG).
26 May 2021
The Federal Government has urged investors to explore opportunities availed to them through upstream and refinery projects, just as the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board...
26 May 2021
As Nigeria moves to increase domestic Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) consumption to five million metric tonnes (mmt) by 2021, stakeholders yesterday...
10 May 2021
Federal Government is perfecting a plan to extend equalisation scheme to Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) as part of measures to reduce deforestation, greenhouse pollution and death
30 Mar 2021
President Muhammadu Buhari, yesterday, stressed the place of gas in Nigeria’s quest for industrialisation and economic diversification.
24 Feb 2021
Stakeholders in the energy sector have expressed concern over poor access to clean cooking as over four billion people, or approximately half of the world’s population, face health challenges posed by fossil fuels.
21 Jan 2021
Although Nigeria has set a target to increase domestic Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) consumption of five million metric tonnes (mmt) by 2021
11 Nov 2020
The Nigeria LPG Association, NLPGA, has described the 2,050 per cent increase in the Petroleum Products Pricing Regulatory Agency (PPPRA) Administrative fee on LPG (Cooking Gas/Autogas) as illegal and capable of affecting the Federal Government National LPG Expansion Plan and the National Gas Expansion Programme. The National LPG Expansion Plan and the National Gas Expansion…
11 Nov 2020
The Nigerian Independent Marketing Company (NIPCO) has disclosed its plans to further raise stake in Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) projects with expected deployment of hundreds of skids and bottling plants across the country to ensure unfettered access to domestic cooking gas, as well as realisation of government’s gas agenda. Indeed, the firm noted that hydrocarbon…
20 Oct 2020
Petroleum marketers have urged the Federal Government to take decisive steps in addressing deregulation concerns in the downstream sector to avoid a civil unrest that may arise when oil prices rebound.

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