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Nigeria will start refining oil before 2019 – Kachikwu

Nigeria will start refining oil before 2019 – Kachikwu

The Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Emmanuel Ibe Kachikwu, has announced that oil companies in the country will start refining crude on or before 2019. The minister made this known while speaking with state house correspondents shortly after meeting with Acting President Yemi Osinbajo and top management of Agip Oil Company in the Presidential… READ MORE

DooweGas Introduces Above-Ground Filling Station

DooweGas Introduces Above-Ground Filling Station

We introduce our above-ground LPG filling station with 2 scales and all types of nozzles for domestic/industrial cylinders, also including transfer pump, frame, safety valves and piping. Different tank capacities from 5m3 to 19m3. Ready for operation. We are happy to introduce you our new product: “SELF-POWERED & READY FOR OPERATION CONTAINERIZED LPG ( cooking-… READ MORE

Doowe Gas Meets With German International Corporation (GIZ)

Doowe Gas Meets With German International Corporation (GIZ)

The German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and the private sector are supporting tech-entrepreneurs in African emerging economies. The German International Cooperation (GIZ) is commissioned to implement the piloting project “Make-IT in Africa” over a two-year period. The Make-IT Alliance aims at supporting start-ups that develop innovative ideas for local and global… READ MORE

NNPC to Collaborate With IOCs to Boost Oil Production

NNPC to Collaborate With IOCs to Boost Oil Production

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has identified key areas of collaboration with the international oil companies (IOCs) in Nigeria to boost oil and gas production in the country. The corporation said in a presentation at the ‘Industry Leaders Panel’ session of the just concluded 2017 edition of the Nigeria Oil and Gas (NOG) conference… READ MORE

Nigerian government forces crack down on the Delta’s oil bootleggers

Nigerian government forces crack down on the Delta’s oil bootleggers

It comes just weeks after the West African country’s vice president said that more needs to be done to incorporate the bootleggers into legal refining trade. The government has been holding talks with militants to end attacks on official oil production facilities. Attacks cut the OPEC member’s output by 700,000 barrels a day for several… READ MORE

How kerosene, cooking gas scarcity’s crippling Nigerian households

How kerosene, cooking gas scarcity’s crippling Nigerian households

Except the Federal Government takes urgent steps to address the current energy crisis, Nigerians may be forced to revert to the stone age of using firewood and charcoal as means domestic energy for cooking. For over two weeks, acute shortages of Dual Purpose Kerosene (DPK) and Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG), popularly called cooking gas has… READ MORE