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If Nigeria can attract Total’s $16bn investment it shows we are moving in the right direction – Senate

If Nigeria can attract Total’s $16bn investment it shows we are moving in the right direction – Senate

Lagos – Mr Solomon Adeola, the Chairman Senate Ad hoc Committee on Local Content, has commended the management of Total Upstream Nigeria Limited (TUPNI) on its 16 billion dollars (N5.76 trillion) Egina project in Nigeria. Adeola, who gave the commendation during the committee’s oversight function in Lagos on Friday, promised total support for the local… READ MORE

Bill to encourage purchase of gas-powered vehicles scales second reading

Bill to encourage purchase of gas-powered vehicles scales second reading

A bill for an act to amend the National Automotive Council Act, 2004, on Thursday, scaled the second reading at the house of representatives. The bill seeks to introduce a new alternative vehicular transportation to utilise Nigerian gas. It also seeks to tap into the nation’s gas master plan which to end Nigeria’s “wasteful” gas… READ MORE

Nigeria is a natural gas nation

Nigeria is a natural gas nation

A leading energy lawyer, NJ Ayuk has a keen understanding of the commercial objectives of his clients, which he uses to pursue successful outcomes vigorously. This African dude practises exclusively corporate and commercial law, particularly on transactions involving structuring, negotiation and implementation of petroleum, mining, LNG, and other natural resources. He has worked extensively in… READ MORE

Nigeria’s Senate launches Brass LNG corruption investigation

Nigeria’s Senate launches Brass LNG corruption investigation

Nigeria will hold an investigation into alleged corruption involving the state oil firm’s long-awaited Brass LNG project, including questions over the use of government funds. The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation’s (NNPC) liquefied natural gas project has been stuck in the planning stages for more than a decade, with some Western partners having pulled out because… READ MORE