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Nigeria’s crude oil to last 60 years, gas 88 – NUPRC

Speaking during a briefing to mark the commission’s one-year anniversary, the Chief Executive of the NUPRC, Mr Gbenga Komolafe, said that Nigeria’s gas reserves had been pegged at 208.62 TCF, indicating an increase of 1.01 per cent compared to 2020 figures, with a life index of 88 years. That would be without new discoveries.

NMGP: Nigeria, Morocco, Senegal sign four MoU in Mauritania 

Those who signed the documents on behalf of their countries were the Group chief executive officer, NNPC Limited, Mallam Mele Kyari, DG-ONHYM of Morocco, Ms Amina Benkhadra; GM PETROSEN Holdings of Senegal, Adama Djallo and DG SMH of Mauritania, Tourad Abdoul Baghi. 

NMDPRA proposes $2m penalty for tampering with oil meters

The authority also introduced two sets of regulations to the nation’s downstream sectors. According to Ahmed, the latest set of regulations would deal with health and safety in the sector as well as the accuracy of measurement devices to ensure that no party is cheated.

NUPRC to probe oil firms’ operations for improved oil output

According to the statement, Komolafe said the commission is determined to take bold and revolutionary steps — using a non-kinetic approach — to address the challenges of crude oil theft, improve national crude oil production and save the country’s economy from further decline. 

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.”

NNPC assures Nigerians of steady petrol supplies in December

“We have extended our Direct Sales Direct Purchase (DSDP) contract by six months, to sustain supply of PMS through the country. The DSDP contract in reality ended in August and it is very dangerous period to begin to retender for that because we are facing the winter, these are the difficult “embers months’’ that we normally avoid fuel scarcity.

Cooking gas price increased by 101 per cent in one year— NBS

The report added that Taraba recorded the highest average price of N4,925.44, for 5kg cooking gas, followed by Adamawa where it cost N4,920, and Lagos State where it sold for N4,782.50.

The scramble to stop crude oil theft, save indigenous producers

From 2004, the violence worsened with increased piracy and kidnappings until  relative peace was restored in 2009 with a presidential amnesty programme. 

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.

Nigeria’s daily petrol consumption hits 68m liters – NNPC

The total volume of Premium Motor Spirit (PMs) imported into the country between January and August 2022 was 16.46 billion litres, which equates to an average supply of 68 million litres per day

NNPC, four oil firms renew deal on five blocks 

.To unlock over $500bn in revenue for the country In a major step towards boosting Nigeria's crude production and...
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Fuel scarcity: Oil workers threaten action, want fuel available at approved price

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Friesland Campina reconnects to Ikeja Electric after 22 years 

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Egbin Power, Sahara Foundation upgrade Ijede Police station

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