Emerging report have it that Nigerian petrol depot owners and oil marketers have allegedly planned to shut down oil supply across the country from July 1, 2017.
The restart of the Forcados loading for oil export has increased Nigeria’s oil production to 1.68 million barrels per day which is the highest in a year.
A Nigerian Twitter user identified as, Theo Kwame Koffi, has narrated how he lost a job offer two years ago in Port Harcourt because he was greedy with money.
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Saudi Arabia's Energy minister Mr Al-Falih while speaking at an industry event in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, said he still expected an OPEC-led deal to cut output.
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The Nigeria Energy Week holding in 2017 will feature discussions from senior stakeholders in the upstream, midstream and downstream sectors of Nigeria.
This throwback picture from Monday, March 20, 1922 will have many Nigerians thinking about the past of the country and how things went bad for the economy.
While peace efforts by the federal government have curbed the frequency of attacks in the Niger Delta region, the Forcados export terminal remains closed.
The federal government has announced plans to become the world largest producer and exporter of cocoa in a move to stop the over-dependence on crude oil.