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Global Gas Demand to Grow by 10 Percent to 2030

Global Gas Demand to Grow by 10 Percent to 2030

Global demand for gas will grow by around 10 percent towards 2030. That’s what Equinor expects, according to a statement posted on its website on Thursday, which revealed that the company sees “strong market opportunities for gas”. In an energy scenario consistent with the two-degree climate target, global gas demand would only be “slightly lower”… READ MORE

Did you know tomatoes importation will be banned within the year?

Did you know tomatoes importation will be banned within the year?

The Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Chief Audu Ogbeh, has said the Federal Government will provide solar-powered cold rooms in Kano State for the preservation of tomatoes. The minister disclosed this at the First National Tomato Stakeholders Summit in Kano on Thursday‎. The cold rooms, he added, would be installed in about 15 locations… READ MORE

Transition from firewood to gas to generate N10 billion revenue by 2019 – NLPGA

Transition from firewood to gas to generate N10 billion revenue by 2019 – NLPGA

  Over $10billion will be generated for the economy from the switch of 50 per cent kerosene and firewood users by 2019, according to the Nigerian Liquefied Petroleum Gas Association (NLPGA). The group added that an estimated 500,000 to 1,000,000 jobs would also be created in the LPG value chain within the next two years with… READ MORE

African marginal producers urged to leverage opportunities

African marginal producers urged to leverage opportunities

Chairman, Green Energy International Ltd., Prof. Anthony Adegbulugbe, has said marginal oil field producers in Africa must leverage unique opportunities in the oil and gas business to survive. Adegbulugbe, who spoke at the African Marginal & Independent Oil and Gas Producers Conference, in London, argued that marginal oil producers holds significant promise for the robust participation of skilled… READ MORE

Propane’s role in improving health, environmental standards

In India, Indonesia, China, parts of Africa and developing nations around the world, many women are spending hours every day cooking over flames fueled by wood, charcoal, animal dung or kerosene. In order to feed themselves and their families, they are exposed to deadly air pollutants produced by these fuels. According to the World Health Organization… READ MORE

NLNG signs Service Level Agreement with NCDMB on compliance

NLNG signs Service Level Agreement with NCDMB on compliance

The Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB) and the Nigerian Liquefied Natural Gas (NLNG) Limited have signed a Service Level Agreement (SLA), committing to compliance with the provisions of the Nigerian Content Act and timely approvals of documents, ThisDay reports. The Executive Secretary of NCDMB, Mr. Simbi Wabote and the Managing Director of NLNG,… READ MORE

Nigeria: Shell Profit Up By U.S.$2.2 Billion, to Invest U.S.$25 Billion in Nigeria, Others

Nigeria: Shell Profit Up By U.S.$2.2 Billion, to Invest U.S.$25 Billion in Nigeria, Others

Houston, U.S.A. — The net profit of Royal Dutch Shell more than doubled in the first three months of 2017, surpassing predictions by analysts as rebounding oil prices and refining gains helped to boost the company’s revenue. The company’s first quarter 2017 financial results released yesterday showed that net income attributable to shareholders in the… READ MORE

NLPGA targets two million tonnes consumption of cooking gas

NLPGA targets two million tonnes consumption of cooking gas

The Nigerian Liquefied Petroleum Gas Association (NLPGA), has solicited for the Federal Government’s intervention in forms of incentives to enable the country achieve two million tonnes consumption of cooking gas yearly. The NLPGA President, Dayo Adeshina, disclosed that Nigerians consumed about 500,000 tonnes of cooking gas in 20I6, noting the improvement showed the potential will… READ MORE

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