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Oscarline Onwuemenyi Onwuemenyi 27 March 2015,  Sweetcrude, Abuja – There are fears that impending fuel scarcity may mar Saturday’s Presidential and National Assembly elections as long queues have surfaced in filling stations in and around Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory. Fuel scarcity persists. This...

27 March 2015, Lagos – Nigeria is yet to meet the human capacity needs in the maritime industry due to  the neglect of the shipping sector of the...

18 March 2015, News Wires – Noble Energy and its partners in the Tamar gas field off Israel have inked a deal to sell natural gas to Egyptian firms,...

13 March 2015, Abuja – The Republic of Cote D’ Ivoire has signaled its intention to procure natural gas supplies from Nigeria in support of its growing...

08 March 2015, Lagos – Despite her enormous gas reserves this has not lifted the country’s economic fortunes as expected, experts have said. Experts...

…Drives indigenous participation to 18% in 4 years …Forestalls $380bn capital flight over the last 30 years Yemie Adeoye 23 February 2015, Sweetcrude,...

Executive Secretary of the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board, NCDMB, Engr. Ernest Nwapa. 15 February 2015, Lagos – Over $1billion...

Nwapa 14 February 2014, Sweetcrude, Lagos – With no end in sight yet to the rapidly falling oil prices, the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring...

HSBC *Swiss leaks findings emblematic of opaque system illegally draining $1 trillion annually from developing economies *GFI: Bankers and Bank Executives...

10 November 2014, Sweetcrude, Lagos – The dynamics of the global energy and hydrocarbon industry is such that nations and organisations that want...