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Nigeria thrown into darkness as national grid collapses again

The system collapse which occurred at 10:51 am on Monday, 26th September,2022, has thrown the country into darkness.

Nigeria needs $10m annually for transition into Green energy – Osinbajo

“When Nigeria gets this fund, in addition to capital flow from both government and private sector, local and international, it would then be able to address majority of the issues relating to Climatic Change in the country. Nigeria has made a case that it should be on the G7 panel partnerships which will attract significant funding.”

VP Osinbajo, Sylva to speak at Oil producers’ 60th anniversary event

In a statement by the Executive Director, Mr. Bunmi Toyobo, Prof. Osinbajo will deliver a keynote address titled “Nigeria: Transitioning to Green Energy”.

Nigeria, Morocco sign MoU, kick start 7000km gas pipeline project

The Nigeria-Morocco 700 kilometers gas pipeline project kicked off in Rabat, Morocco on Thursday with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between Nigeria National Petroleum Company, NNPC, Limited, the Office National des Hydrocarbures et des Mines (ONHYM) of Morocco and the Economic Commission of West Africa States, ECOWAS.

Proposed sales of five NIPPs a national risk- Consumer group warns

NCPN noted that at this point, such action is self-serving and at very best, chronic form of national assets stripping coming at a time when the current President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration is already on the verge of completing its tenure.

$33m Azura power deal: Reps invite ministers of finance, power, others

Chairman, House of Reps Committee on Finance, James Faleke, which is investigating alleged breach of agreement and perennial power failure in the country invited the heads of all the agencies in Abuja on Tuesday.

FG meets electricity workers as TCN confirms national grid shut down

According to General Manager, Public Affairs, TCN, Ndidi Mbah, the incident occurred at 15:01Hrs, today after several 330kV transmission lines and 33kV feeder-lines across the power system network had been switched off by the Union members, resulting in generation-load imbalance and multiple voltage escalations at critical stations and substations.

National Security: NIMASA seeks sustained security of vessels on waterways

"We must continue this collaboration to ensure that the gains in recent times regarding the reduction of piracy results in the removal of war risk insurance premium", he stated 

MOJEC, EKEDC resolve to close metering gap with Mobile MAP

Project Manager, MOJEC International Limited, Engineer Lekan Bashiru, indicated that extending the Mobile MAP activation to Ibeju-Lekki was a result of the company's determination to address the country's metering gap, which was quickly becoming a bane of both the DisCos and their customers.

Electricity workers plunge Nigeria into darkness, shut down national grid

This is coming on the heel of threats from Labour unions to shut down power supply over Labour-related issues with the Ministry of Power.

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TCN RESTORES NATIONAL POWER GRID AFTER PARTIAL SYSTEM DISTURBANCE

The restoration of the affected part of the grid, according to a statement, commenced immediately at 11.55am with Osogbo/Ihovbor back to the grid followed by Jebba/Osogbo, Kainji/Jebba, Benin/Onisha, Shiroro/Kaduna, Shiroro/Katampe, and Alaoji/Ikot-Ekpene. Others are Lokoja/Gwagwalada, Odukpani/Ikot Ekpene, Benin/Omotosho, Oke-Aro/Ikeja west, Egbin/Oke-Aro and Kaduna/Kano.

Nigeria thrown into darkness as national grid collapses again

The system collapse which occurred at 10:51 am on Monday, 26th September,2022, has thrown the country into darkness.

Nigeria’s oil producers created 600,000 jobs in 60 years – Kennedy

He said: “We have continued to make significant contributions to Nigeria’s development. As a group, OPTS member companies account about 90 per cent of Nigeria oil production and contributes significantly to the domestic and export gas production and supply. Over the last decade, OPTS member companies accounted for 40-60 per cent of government revenue and 85 to 95 per cent of export earnings.

Nigeria needs $10m annually for transition into Green energy – Osinbajo

“When Nigeria gets this fund, in addition to capital flow from both government and private sector, local and international, it would then be able to address majority of the issues relating to Climatic Change in the country. Nigeria has made a case that it should be on the G7 panel partnerships which will attract significant funding.”