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World Bank Proposes $1 Billion For Nigeria’s Power Reform

The World Bank has renewed its commitment to support the Federal Government’s Read More

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US Imports of Nigerian Crude Hits 4 Year High

The latest report from the US Energy Information Administration has revealed that for the Read More

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$330m Petrolex Mega Oil City to Ease Apapa Gridlock by 60%

Apapa is home to two of Nigeria’s busiest seaports, several tank farms and a number of Read More
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Egina project sets local content records, 88% complete

 The Egina field was discovered by Total Upstream Nigeria Limited (TUPNI) in 2003 within Read More

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NNPC and oil marketers at loggerheads, as fuel queues resurface in major cities

Only weeks from the yuletide season, fuel queues have resurfaced in some major cities Read More

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New Nigeria Pipelines To Be Funded By Transport Tariff

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has indicated that up to 1000 km of new gas pipelines

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Shell looks to lower LNG supply costs to $5/mmBtu

The Royal Dutch Shell is desirous of lowering liquefied natural gas, LNG supply unit costs Read More

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