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Delta Community indicts Army, NDPC, others in oil pollution cover up

Oil Pollution site

Disquiet is raging currently in lead oil producing community in Burutu Council Area of Delta State, Yeye Community over an oil spill at Ekeremo Manifold in the area. A statement ...

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Online payment, allocations of petroleum products’ll reduce crisis, traffic gridlocks

tank Farm

Leading analysts petroleum products marketing and distribution, Ademoroti Emmanuel, has called for change from depot payments and allocation to online payment of loading and dispatch of petroleum products. The idea ...

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Minister did the right thing the wrong way in PH refinery concession—Experts

Eni NNPC deal

Following the recent halt order in the concession of Port Harcourt refinery to a joint venture involving Italian energy giant, ENI and Oando, leading energy industry analysts have started looking ...

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Confusion over status of Ogoniland cleanup as Minister, community differ

Ogoni cleanup

… Amnesty International aligns with community, says work yet to start Contrary to a recent claim by the Minister of Environment, Ibrahim Usman Jibrin, that the Federal Government has not ...

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10 months after caution, Discos still charge communities, streets for faults repairs

nerc logo

Findings by Business Hilights across the federation and Lagos State in particular show that communities and mainly streets are still surreptitiously pressured by Power Distribution Companies (Discos) to contribute fund ...

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ActionAid, others deepen calls for review of power sector concessions

Babatunde Fashola

In line with observed failures in the performance of every department in the Nigerian power sector operations especially generation and distributions, ActionAid, an international development organisation working in Nigeria and ...

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FG’s policy inconsistency may kill modular refinery initiative in N/Delta

Ibe Kachikwu

More details are still emerging on the reason why hostilities may reverberate in the currently stable oil rich Niger Delta as it is becoming clear that President Muhammadu Buhari may ...

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Boost for foreign reserve as Indonesia, more countries place order for Nigerian crude

NNPC Headquarters.

Chances of early exit from recession are getting brighter following news or more orders for Nigerian crude oil by new markets including Indonesia and others from Asian tigers. This week, ...

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Why Senate halted surreptitious sale of Port Harcourt Refinery to ENI by Minister

Ibe Kachikwu

More revelations have emerged barely 24 hours after the Nigerian Senate halted unilateral moves by the Federal Ministry of Petroleum Resources and the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) to concession ...

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Uganda approves specialised court for power theft, vandalism, related crimes


As part of new drive to end rising cases of power theft and illegal connections to bypass metering, Ugandan government, through the judiciary has officially launched a specialised court dedicated ...

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