Energy Development Project

Nigeria's Oil Production Drops Below 1 Million Barrels Per Day

Written on July 30th, 2008 by
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  THIS DAY   Nigeria’s Oil Production Drops Below 1mbpd •Can’t meet 2.1mbpd OPEC quota By Chika Amanze-Nwachuku, 07.30.2008     There are strong indications that Nigeria, the sixth biggest oil producer in the world and Africa’s biggest oil producer&...
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Use of compressed natural gas for vehicles to save Nigeria N654b yearly

Written on July 29th, 2008 by
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  GUARDIAN July 23, 2008 Use of compressed natural gas for vehicles to save Nigeria N654b yearlyBy Yetunde Ebosele WITH every country in the world trying to phase out toxic emission, which has been largely said to be the cause of global warming, the country may be on the brake of saving about N...
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Power: Yar'Adua orders release of N58.8bn to energy ministry

Written on July 27th, 2008 by
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Power: Yar'Adua orders release of N58.8bn to energy ministry By Oluwole Josiah, Abuja - PUNCH Published: Friday, 25 Jul 2008 President Umaru Yar’Adua has directed the Ministry of Finance to release N58.8bn to the Ministry of Energy for the acquisition of 10 mini-turbines and to execute othe...
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Use of compressed natural gas for vehicles to save Nigeria N654b yearly

Written on July 25th, 2008 by
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  GUARDIAN July 23, 2008 Use of compressed natural gas for vehicles to save Nigeria N654b yearlyBy Yetunde Ebosele WITH every country in the world trying to phase out toxic emission, which has been largely said to be the cause of global warming, the country may be on the brake of saving about ...
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Chemical breakthrough turns sawdust into biofuel

Written on July 24th, 2008 by
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  THE NATION Chemical breakthrough turns sawdust into biofuel     25/7/2008 A wider of range of plant material could be turned into biofuels thanks to a breakthrough that converts plant molecules called lignin into liquid hydrocarbons. The reaction reliably and efficiently ...
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Finally, FG to Build More Refineries

Written on July 24th, 2008 by
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      THIS DAY Finally, FG to Build More Refineries By Chika Amanze-Nwachuku, 07.24.2008     The Federal Government is considering building more refineries to ensure the availability of adequate petroleum products in the country, it was revealed yesterday. The a...
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A new vision for the power sector – By Yakubu Lawal and Yetunde Ebosele

Written on July 23rd, 2008 by
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  GUARDIAN July 21, 2008   A new vision for the power sectorBy Yakubu Lawal and Yetunde Ebosele With government's slow approach to addressing the near collapse state of the power sector, it is feared that the recent probe of the sector, over the alleged $16bn investment during the last adm...
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Sterling Bank Finances $100m Amakpe Refinery

Written on July 22nd, 2008 by
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  INDEPENDENT July 23, 2008   Sterling Bank Finances $100m Amakpe Refinery By Mojeed Jamiu, Deputy Editor, Daily   Sterling Bank has provided guarantee for $100 million (N1.18 billion) for Amakpe International Refinery planning to process about 12,000 barrels of crude per day to boo...
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Addicted to Fuel and Electricity Subsidies: Getting the Reform Strategies Right

Written on July 19th, 2008 by
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Addicted to Fuel and Electricity Subsidies: Getting the Reform Strategies Right   Economists posit that subsidies on the consumption of energy (petroleum products and electricity in particular) by governments to achieve a range of social welfare policy objectives are one of the ways of mismanag...
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IMF berates power sector in Nigeria, others

Written on July 19th, 2008 by
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  GUARDIAN   Friday, July 18, 2008               IMF berates power sector in Nigeria, others By Bukky Olajide THE International Monetary Fund (IMF) has berated the power sector in Nigeria and...
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