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10 November 2014, Sweetcrude, Lagos – The dynamics of the global energy and hydrocarbon industry is such that nations and organisations that want to remain relevant ensure that they are a viable subset of the global economy (the whole). In terms of policy, fiscal regime, profitability, security and...

10 October 2014, Sweetcrude, Lagos – The President of the Movement for the survival of Ogoniland (MASOP), Legborsi Saro Pyagbara, recently stated...

07 September 2014, Sweetcrude, Lagos – It is quoted that over 170 million Nigerians currently survive on less than 5000MW of power provided on the...

06 August 2014, Sweetcrude, Lagos – At some point in the history of Nigeria, perhaps the height of Nigeria’s glory in the global hydrocarbon industry,...

11 July 2014, Sweetcrude, Lagos – Under normal circumstances, minimal CAPEX and OPEX are expended on land-based hydrocarbon assets whilst assets...

16 May 2014, Sweetcrude, Lagos – We are now probably a laughing stock because we went ahead to announce a bid round with a set timetable that seemed...

11 May 2014, News Wires -The number of oil and gas rigs drilling in the US rose by one this week for a total of 1855, according to data from Houston-based...

25 February 2014, Sweetcrude, London – For a country that ranks 144 out of 175 in Transparency International’s 2013 Corruption Perception Index,...

16 February 2014, Sweetcrude, Lagos –A Frost & Sullivan report revealed that the Nigerian petrochemical market was worth $14.03 billion in 2008...

10 January 2014, Sweetcrude, Lagos – To tackle the epileptic power supply that plagues individuals in Nigeria, at best diesel or kerosene generators...