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Modular refineries

30 Jul 2017
Modular refineries can conveniently replace illegal ones the moment factors like enabling business environment, access to funds and loans on rational terms, reduced regulatory hoops, amongst others are in place.
26 Jul 2017
The Ijaw Youths Council (IYC) has threatened to frustrate the operations of licensed modular refineries if the Federal Government fails to give the Niger Delta 70 per cent ownership.
11 Jul 2017
According to the DPR, the guidelines shall cover all refinery establishment, adding that the establishment of modular refinery plants, shall be with design capacity not more than 30, 000 barrels per day (bpd).
10 Apr 2017
That the Federal Government has the motivation and desire to legalise the “ILLEGAL refineries” is commendable. It is sound strategy even though long overdue.

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