Dilemma as PPPRA battles to stabilise petrol price amidst forex scarcity
There is confusion in the Petroleum Products Pricing Regulatory Agency (PPPRA) over the maintenance of N145 per litre of premium motor spirit (PMS) , as anxiety is growing that the nation may no longer be able to keep the country....
PPPRA, marketers debunk planned increase in fuel prices
Again, major stakeholders in the downstream sector of the oil and gas sector have reassured the nation that there is no plan to increase the price of petroleum products, especially Petroleum Motor Spirit (PMS) from the current N145 per litre.
How Nigeria’s Barkindo emerged OPEC’s scribe
Nigeria’s Mohammed Barkindo yesterday emerged the Secretary - General of the Orgnisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC). He took over from Libya’s Abdalla Salem El Badri after a meeting...
End of fuel subsidy era, by default
Fuel subsidy ranks high on the list of policy albatross President Muhammadu Buhari inherited. A recurring theme in Nigeria’s policy realm, subsidy removal has been debated for over three decades.
Come on, NLC/TUC, let’s talk this over... 1
Last week, two national labour movements (NLC, TUC), after joint deliberations with unnamed civil society organisations, released a communiqué in which the labour movements ...
Mixed reactions trail govt’s new pump price regime
Mixed reactions, yesterday trailed the announcement by the Petroleum Products Pricing Regulatory Agency (PPPRA) that petrol will now sell for N145 per litre with some experts applauding the decision and also expressing reservations on the policy.