Ikpakronyi unveils Post COVID-19 vision for NGA, artists
As economic and social activities gradually pick up after months of lockdown, the art and culture sector is equally ready to continue from where it had stopped in the wake of COVID-19 Pandemic.
Gas-to-power: Revisiting policies to drive domestic utilisation
Considering its huge reserves and potential for economic transformation, Nigeria is considered to more of a gas nation, against its reputation as an oil-producing country. With many discoveries across Africa, the need to explore gas for domestic development and implement policies to drive its utilisation, especially as it relates to electricity and industrial growth, remain…
NGA to discuss impact of gas to Nigeria’s economic diversification
Nigerian Gas Association (NGA) will next week discuss why the Federal Government must prioritise gas development as an elixir to the country’s economic diversification bid. NGA’s Publicity Secretary, Violin Antaih said the discussion with the theme, “Evaluating the place of Gas as a Prioritized enabler of Nigeria’s economic diversification agenda”, would be the highlight of…
Stakeholders explore opportunities in gas industry
Nigerian Gas Association (NGA) has said investment opportunities in West Africa region will be in focus as key stakeholders in the gas sector...
Gas is remedy for Nigeria’s fast growing population, says NGA
The Nigerian Gas Association has said the only remedy to addressing the energy needs of the country’s fast growing population remains the effective use of gas resources. The President, NGA, Mr. Dada Thomas, said for a country growing by over three per cent per annum, “we need energy security, and gas provides the solace.” However,…
With Fasuyi at 82… NGA flags off National documentation of artists
Perhaps, oeuvre, retrospective and documentary are the appropriate words to describe the wall display of paintings at the exhibition organised to celebrate the 82nd birthday anniversary of one of Nigeria’s second generation modernists...
Gas producers task government on foreign exchange availability
The Nigerian Gas Association (NGA) has called on the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to include gas producers and suppliers in the 60 per cent foreign exchange (forex) platform.
Stakeholders call for full utilisation of gas resources
The Nigeria Gas Association (NGA) has emphasized the need for the Federal Government to initiation policies that will encourage investment in the country’s gas resources.
NGA harps on N15tr investment opportunities in gas sector
The Nigerian Gas Association (NGA) has put the level of investment opportunities in exploration /production, processing, supply, and distribution of gas in Nigeria at $55 billion (about N15 trillion).