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Stop locating gas plants in fuel stations, marketers urge DPR

… It’s illegal to build LPG skid plant inside filling stations

Ugo Amadi

The Nigerian Association of Liquefied Petroleum Gas Marketers (NALPGAM) has urged Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) to stop approving locating of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) plants in fuel stations.

WAPCo involvement in gas projects ll boost economic development in the West African sub region- Wereko-Brobby

… Considers gas tariff review to retain regional market, Engages 5 Shippers

Mrs. Harriet Wereko-Brobby, General manager Corporate Affairs of West African Gas Pipeline Company Ltd, WAPCo, is a seasoned corporate communication expert with many years of experience. In this interview with Energy Editors in Lagos she spoke on major milestones of WAPCo , security of pipelines, agreement with other shippers and other issues , UGO AMADI reports.

Nigeria’s Oil Output Hits 2.09m Barrels


As funding poses serious exploration challenge in Nigeria’s oil and gas industry, the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, has identified new funding options to encourage operators launch themselves into a new phase of oil find.


The Chief Executive Officer, Seplat Petroleum Development Company Plc, Mr Austin Avuru, in his keynote speech at the on-going annual conference and exhibition of the Nigerian Association of Petroleum Explorationists in Lagos noted that the country must effectively utilize its gas resources if it is to achieve sustainable economic growth.

Total upstream commits to awareness campaign in schools


In spite of the harsh and occasionally unpredictable working atmosphere witnessed by a number of sectors of the Nigeria economy and most especially the oil and gas sector, Total E&P Nigeria Limited has added over 3 billion barrel of oil equivalent to Nigeria’s production.

OTL: Stakeholders raises concern over capacity deficit in digital ,new technology in oil sector


Stakeholders in the oil and gas sector are seriously concerned about capacity deficit in digital and new technology awareness and called on educational institutions to review existing curricular to ensure skill sets required to carry Africa’s downstream sector into the future are developed.

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