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Nigeria has laid out plans to end petroleum subsidization, but progress has been slow.
lifeline tariffs and other relief initiatives are sufficient to shield poorer households from rising energy costs
sales deficit of N273.42 billion in 2020, compared to N230.96 billion in 2019
incident which occurred at about 5.56 a.m. on March 27
Ita Enang, the President's Senior Special Assistant on Niger Delta Affairs, announced this at a press conference in Abuja on Tuesday.
document shows that the government would receive from the energy department the maximum amount of N484.4 billion.
Royal Dutch Shell said in a statement on Friday that it was "disappointed" with the ruling.
As of 6am on Sunday, total power production in the country stood at 4,482.55MW, down from 4,658.90MW on Saturday.
Sylva expressed delight over the development, describing it as another huge step in developing trade relations between both countries.
The concern of the agency is not just to have electricity but a consideration of the transformation of economies with the provision of power
Nigeria has already implemented one of the most comprehensive regulatory frameworks for off-grid development in Africa and has attracted preliminary interest from both large international companies and local firms.
NARTO is particularly concerned about the sudden and prompt nature of the ban.
The disposition of the governor towards making Gombe the energy hub of the northeast is very positive
The Saudi Arabian energy minister said it would hurt those who bet on oil prices "like hell."
The Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has released its monthly Financial & Operations Report for April 2020.
During the exercise, the former chief operating officer, upstream, Roland Ewubare was re-deployed as COO to the directorate of ventures and business development.
Solar energy, for which the country has plenty of capital, only supplies 2 per cent of the country's electricity produced.
NNPC earns ₦211.62 billion from products’ sales
As the world's factories and machines are grinding to a halt, demand for oil as notified amid falling prices.
We are very confident that this will get the desired result
The fuel crisis led to a rapid increase in public transportation tariff, which prompted a protest that locked the Nyala-Kass Road on Thursday
This is in addition to condensate production of between 360-460 KBOPD of which are exempt from OPEC curtailment
Nigeria entered the avoidable financial trap by inadvertently signing what industry observers described as the 'Take or Pay Agreement,'