Sweet Crude Limited is a media company which publishes SweetcrudeReports and provides media consultancy services for both local and foreign entities either already operating in Nigeria or looking to start up operations in-country. We have provided services and continue to do so for a number of international oil companies, independent producers; international and local oil services companies, major petroleum marketers and international equipment manufacturers.
Is a review of the Nigerian energy industry and has evolved to become the voice and watchdog of industry, reporting all spectra of the energy chain in-country and serving as an interface between the Nigerian energy industry and that of Europe, the Middle-East and the American continent.
Our flagship is monthly, published on the first Monday of each month; we also publish a weekly in collaboration with the Guardian newspapers; we send a daily e-newsletter to over 24,000 energy enthusiasts and double an equal number of page views on our website: www.sweetcrudereports.com.
Each edition of SweetcrudeReports is available online www.sweetcrudereports.com in 3D for one whole month and it is distributed free at major international conferences and seminars. For the price of an advertisement in the print publication, you enjoy one month free publicity in the online copy.
SweetcrudeReports afford foreign-based business enterprises inhibited by logistics consideration, a platform to showcase their goods and services to the Nigerian energy industry.
SweetcrudeReports provides guidance for foreign businesses seeking to participate actively in bidding for projects on Nipex, Nigeria Petroleum Exchange (a virtual bidding platform) in the Nigerian oil and gas industry. The publication also provides advisory on the restive Niger Delta, where an amnesty initiative put in place by the government, had restored some appreciable level of normalcy and Nigeria’s crude oil production to 2.6 million barrels per day in 2011 and early 2012. However, all of that gain has been eroded by the unchecked activities of vandals and crude oil theft.
The establishment of www. sweetcrudereports.com is a deliberate effort to keep pace with technological advancement, meet the changing needs of energy industry enthusiasts and ‘up’ the ante in the sphere of energy related news reporting and dissemination of information. It is also an eloquent testimony to our commitment to keeping energy enthusiasts abreast with unfolding developments in the industry.
To become the foremost source of energy-related news stories and information in Nigeria and the most effective platform for interface between the Nigerian and the European, the North American, Far East and Middle East energy industry, by providing easily verifiable business intelligence.
To get more people to take an active interest in energy related news stories and information.
• Dedication to humanity
• Tenacity of purpose
• A craving for excellence
• Unyielding steadfastness to integrity
SweetcrudeReports is driven by a dedicated team of seasoned editorial and marketing staff spread across Port Harcourt, Warri, Yenagoa, Uyo, Benin, Lagos, Abuja and other Nigerian cities. We also have reporters in Accra, Ghana, London, UK and Houston, Texas. Our coverage of the industry is also complemented by the commitment and contributions of seasoned oil and gas industry as well as environment analysts and experts.
Hector Igbikiowubo – is the Editor-in-Chief of SweetcrudeReports publications.
He has written over 2800 energy stories and analysis published in local and international newspapers and newswire services. He co-authored Nigeria Sweet Crude – 2006, authored ‘Scarllati Affair’ – 1995 and ‘Make we talk’ – 1998.
He holds a certificate in Negotiation from the Said Business School, University of Oxford, England – 2007, an MBA from the Lagos State University – 2006 and a Higher National Diploma (HND) in Mass Communication from the Institute of Management and Technology (IMT), Enugu – 1995.
He has attended several seminars and conferences, as well as short courses both within and outside Nigeria while also presenting papers on a wide range of issues pertaining to energy reporting and appearing on radio and television programmes within and outside Nigeria.
Sylvester Chukwunekwu Isiwu – can be described as a repository of knowledge of the Nigerian energy industry having written and published over 5000 energy stories and analysis. He once worked with the Guardian Newspapers as Energy Correspondent, Concord Group of Newspapers as Energy Editor and News Editor, at Nigeria Oil & Gas Magazine as Editor, Daily Times as Group Business Editor and Deputy Editor, Business Times, and Business Eye Magazine as General Editor. Today he serves as our Editor, superintending daily production.
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