N10b investment to reduce petrol import, create 1,500 jobs
Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB), and some private investors may reduce unemployment in Nigeria by 1,500, and limit the importation of Premium Motor Spirit
Nigeria gets 2021 deadline to stop dirty fuel imports
The Federal Government may have up till 2021 to stop the importation of dirty fuel into the country.The indication came on the heels of a recent report by international resource watchdog, Stakeholders Democracy Network (SDN), which claimed that samples of petrol from illegal refineries in the Niger Delta....
NNPC launches App for COVID-19 contacts tracing, begins sale of products online
The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) yesterday unveiled a technology application to facilitate tracing contacts of people infected with COVID-19.
PETAN restates need for local content, lauds NLNG’s Train 7 stakeholders
The Petroleum Technology Association of Nigeria (PETAN) has commended the signing of the engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) contract for Train 7
NCDMB, DPR to check abuse of expatriate quota in oil sector
All companies seeking to engage expatriates in the Nigerian oil and gas industry must henceforth ensure they obtain the relevant approvals from Nigerian Content Development & Monitoring Board...
NLNG’s Train 7 to drive Nigeria’s gas economy, says PETAN
The Petroleum Technology Association of Nigeria (PETAN) has commended the Federal Government for working tirelessly, with the support of Executive Secretary, Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB), Engr. Simbi Wabote...
NCDMB dismisses IoCs’ concerns about Nigeria’s fiscal regime
The restlessness of some International Oil Companies (IOCs) on the new fiscal and regulations guiding Nigeria’s oil and gas sector is borne out of the desires of the firms to maximise profits
NCDMB unveils $50m intervention fund for operators
The Executive Secretary of the Nigeria Content Development and Monitoring Board, (NCDMB) Simbi Wabote has stressed the Board’s commitment to change the narrative