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Konga and Nigeria’s e-commerce industry – Challenges of doing Business

Konga and Nigeria’s e-commerce industry – Challenges of doing Business

In my column of last month, I wrote about Nigeria’s retail industry and its potential to become the country’s next big industry. I also touched briefly on the gains made by the domestic e-commerce sector. Unfortunately, soon after the column was published, one of Nigeria’s top e-commerce companies, Konga, was acquired by Zinox Technologies Limited,… READ MORE

USD 12 bln Trans-Saharan Gas Pipeline Project to miss deadline

USD 12 bln Trans-Saharan Gas Pipeline Project to miss deadline

All the companies that showed interest became pessimistic on security along the pipeline route and the increasing costs. In 2003, SONATRACH and NNPC signed an M.O.U. to carry out a feasibility study from Nigeria to Europe, passing through Niger and Algeria. The venture was registered under NEPAD program and called Trans-Saharan Gas Pipeline Project. It… READ MORE

DOOWEGAS in Partnership with THLD – Ready to commence Auto-gas Powered Vehicles

DOOWEGAS in Partnership with THLD – Ready to commence Auto-gas Powered Vehicles

DOOWEGAS in partnership with THDL are ready to commence auto gas powered vehicles conversion, sales and training centres across the country. According to the World Liquefied Petroleum Gas Association (WLPGA), more than 9 million vehicles in 38 countries currently operate on LP gas. It’s not a new idea: Gas-powered vehicles have been around for decades…. READ MORE

How Nigeria Can Increase Gas Sector Prospects

How Nigeria Can Increase Gas Sector Prospects

The Deputy Managing Director of Nigeria LNG Limited (NLNG), Sadeeq Mai-Bornu, yesterday said the NLNG business model needs to be replicated in order to generate opportunities for the power and gas sectors in the country. He spoke at an executive roundtable discussion titled “Africa as an Emerging Gas Producer: Prospects and Opportunities” at the first… READ MORE

Buhari sits on own committee report, as Nigerians suffer in fuel queues nationwide

Buhari sits on own committee report, as Nigerians suffer in fuel queues nationwide

As  the current nationwide fuel supply crisis enters its 13th week, President Muhammadu Buhari appears to be sitting on the report of a committee he constituted to proffer lasting solutions. Despite efforts by the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) to ensure resolution of the crisis, the scarcity of petroleum products at filling stations across the… READ MORE

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