World’s largest atmospheric tower built for Dangote refinery leaves China for Nigeria
China’s leading energy and chemical company, Sinopec, on Monday, said that it had built the world’s largest atmospheric tower for Nigeria’s Dangote Refinery. On its verified Twitter handle, the company shared photos of the tower and revealed that it (tower) had already left its port in China and was traveling to Nigeria.
Petroleum sector braces for robotics as adoption hits $277.8bn
Oil and gas industry is set to speed up the adoption of robotics in upstream, midstream, and downstream activities with the aim of driving efficiency and productivity in the face of uncertainties. A report released on ‘Robotics in Oil & Gas’ by a global think-tank, GlobalData, said the sector is seriously gearing up for use…
17 years after, Nigeria-Sao Tome’s JDZ remains unproductive
The commercial viability of over 500 million barrels of crude oil reserves stranded in the Nigeria–São Tomé and Príncipe Joint Development Zone (JDZ) has been called to question, as the region is yet to produce its first oil 17 years after discovery.
Nigeria and fuel scarcity: Wonder of all ages
The perennial fuel scarcity in Nigeria was once described by a reputable international journal as the wonder of modern times, which indeed is a fair assessment...