Niger Delta Avengers end ceasefire, blow up pipeline
The Niger Delta Avengers on Saturday claimed responsibility for the destruction of a major oil pipeline in the Niger Delta, breaking a ceasefire the militant group had declared a month ago.
Former Shell boss sees opportunities in recession
Rather than lamenting, Nigerians have been urged to take advantage of the latent opportunities in the current economic recession facing the country.
Institute tasks firms on safety management
“We are doing safety training for Shell staff and contractors, we are doing same for Agip and Chevron. Our problem is the indigenous companies. Most of them have not keyed into the safety culture.
PIB delay, low oil prices impede Nigeria’s 1.124m bpd projects
Planned projects in Nigeria, which are expected to add about 1.124 million barrels per day to the country’s crude oil production, have either been deferred or suspended due to the low crude oil prices and the delay in the passage of the Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB).
Shell puts revamped shale arm for long-term future growth
Shell and rivals including Chevron and Exxon Mobil were late to the shale revolution at the end of the last decade and struggled to match the success of smaller independent producers that increased U.S.
19 power stations lose 4,911mw to gas, water challenges
The national current generation output now stands at about 1651mw after it dropped from 2840mw last Friday.
Eni cuts crude production after pipeline attack in Bayelsa
Eni, the parent company of Nigerian Agip Oil Company (NAOC), said the oil firm’s production had been cut short by 65,000 barrels per day following Friday’s attack on its pipeline in Bayelsa.
Shell probing new claim of Nigeria pipeline attack
Shell's Nigerian subsidiary said on Friday it was investigating a claim by the Niger Delta Avengers that it had struck another pipeline in the restive oil-producing south.