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  1. Dangote Petroleum Refinery Faces Hurdles in Crude Procurement, Says Aliko Dangote

    Nigeria Dangote Petroleum Refinery Faces Hurdles in Crude Procurement, Says Aliko Dangote

    Africa's richest person, Aliko Dangote, discusses challenges with crude supply to Dangote Petroleum Refinery on CNN. While some international oil companies struggle, NNPC provides crucial support. Dangote emphasizes Africa's need to shift from raw material export. Africa's richest person...
  2. NNPC Struggles to Address Fuel Crisis as Petrol Prices Soar to N2000/Litre Across Nigeria

    Nigeria NNPC Struggles to Address Fuel Crisis as Petrol Prices Soar to N2000/Litre Across Nigeria

    A resurgence of petrol scarcity has engulfed various states in Nigeria, accompanied by long queues at petrol stations, crowded bus stops, and escalated traffic woes. Frustrated residents, facing soaring petrol prices approaching N2000 per liter, are resorting to purchasing fuel in jerrycans...
  3. Nationwide Fuel Woes: Lagos, Abuja Grapple with Petrol Prices over N700/Liter

    Nigeria Nationwide Fuel Woes: Lagos, Abuja Grapple with Petrol Prices over N700/Liter

    Fuel scarcity continues to worsen across various regions of Nigeria, including Lagos, Ogun State, and Abuja, despite claims by the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) Limited that all issues have been resolved. Reports from Nairametrics reveal that petrol prices have soared to as high...
  4. (Video) Lagos Filling Station Demanding Customers Buy Meat Pie Before Fuel Sparks Outrage Among Nigerians

    Nigeria (Video) Lagos Filling Station Demanding Customers Buy Meat Pie Before Fuel Sparks Outrage Among Nigerians

    Over the weekend, a video surfaced on Twitter, revealing a Total filling station in Igando, Lagos, allegedly enforcing a peculiar requirement: customers must purchase meat pies before being served fuel. This incident has unfolded amidst the backdrop of a persistent fuel scarcity gripping...
  5. NNPC Points to Logistics Problems Amidst Fuel Queue Resurgence in Abuja, Nasarawa"

    Nigeria NNPC Points to Logistics Problems Amidst Fuel Queue Resurgence in Abuja, Nasarawa"

    In response to the recent fuel scarcity concerns gripping various regions of Nigeria, the Nigeria National Petroleum Company Limited (NNPC Ltd) has attributed the tightness in Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) supply to logistical issues, asserting that these challenges have been effectively addressed...
  6. Rainoil CEO Exposes Government's N600 Billion Monthly Fuel Subsidy

    Nigeria Rainoil CEO Exposes Government's N600 Billion Monthly Fuel Subsidy

    During the Stanbic IBTC Energy and Infrastructure Breakfast Session in Lagos, Gabriel Ogbechie, CEO of Rainoil Limited, disclosed that the federal government has covertly resumed paying the contentious fuel subsidy. Ogbechie highlighted the impact of the Naira's devaluation on the foreign...
  7. NNPC: Port Harcourt Refinery to Resume Operations After Mechanical Works, Receives 450,000 Barrels of Crude

    Nigeria NNPC: Port Harcourt Refinery to Resume Operations After Mechanical Works, Receives 450,000 Barrels of Crude

    The Group Chief Executive Officer of the Nigerian National Petroleum Company Limited (NNPC), Mele Kyari, has announced that the Port Harcourt refinery will recommence operations within the next two weeks. Kyari made this declaration during a press briefing following his appearance before a...
  8. All Hands Dirty: NNPC Reveals Extent of Complicity in Nationwide Oil Theft

    Nigeria All Hands Dirty: NNPC Reveals Extent of Complicity in Nationwide Oil Theft

    Mele Kyari, the Group Managing Director of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation Limited (NNPCL), asserted that everyone is implicated in crude oil theft within Nigeria. Speaking during an oversight function with the House of Representatives Special Committee on Oil Theft, Kyari revealed...
  9. Rising Costs Prompt NARTO to Suspend Petroleum Product Lifting, Fuel Scarcity Fears Emerge

    Nigeria Rising Costs Prompt NARTO to Suspend Petroleum Product Lifting, Fuel Scarcity Fears Emerge

    Nigeria faces a potential fuel scarcity crisis as the Nigerian Association of Road Transport Owners (NARTO) declares a halt to lifting petroleum products starting next week Monday. The move is in response to the high cost of operations, primarily the soaring price of diesel needed to power...
  10. Port Harcourt Refinery Prepares for Operations with 475,600 Barrels of Oil Arrival From Shell

    Nigeria Port Harcourt Refinery Prepares for Operations with 475,600 Barrels of Oil Arrival From Shell

    The Port Harcourt Refinery is poised to resume operations with the delivery of 475,000 barrels of crude oil from Shell Petroleum Development Company Limited. This achievement, attributed to collaborative efforts between the Bonny Oil and Gas Terminal (BOGT) and Port Harcourt Refinery Company...
  11. Nigerians React to Peoples Gazette Story Accusing President Tinubu of Screwing Nigeria on Oil Deal To Benefit Nephew

    Nigeria Nigerians React to Peoples Gazette Story Accusing President Tinubu of Screwing Nigeria on Oil Deal To Benefit Nephew

    President Bola Tinubu has reportedly facilitated the return of ownership of OPL 245, a deepwater oilfield, to European oil majors Eni and Shell, potentially ending a prolonged corruption inquiry. The deal involves Eni transferring onshore assets to Oando, run by Tinubu's nephew, Wale Tinubu...
  12. Viral Controversy: Mummy Zee's 4:50 am Cooking Habit Draws Mixed Reactions and Unexpected Gifts

    Nigeria Viral Controversy: Mummy Zee's 4:50 am Cooking Habit Draws Mixed Reactions and Unexpected Gifts

    In a surprising twist of social media trends, Deborah Adebisi, popularly known as @_Debbie_OA or Mummy Zee, found herself at the center of both criticism and generosity after revealing her 4:50 am cooking routine for her husband on Twitter. The tweet, initially garnering mixed reactions, took...
  13. Mortgaged Future: Why Nigeria's $3.3 Billion Oil-Backed Loan, Costing $12.8 Billion, Could Spell Trouble for Its Future

    Nigeria Mortgaged Future: Why Nigeria's $3.3 Billion Oil-Backed Loan, Costing $12.8 Billion, Could Spell Trouble for Its Future

    Nigeria's recent decision to secure a $3.3 billion loan from Afrexim Bank, collateralized by a massive 164.25 million barrels of crude oil, has sparked concerns about the long-term implications for the country's economy. This high-interest loan, bearing an 11.85% per annum rate, starkly...
  14. NNPC Dismisses Fuel Price Surge Amidst Market Speculation and Policy Uncertainties

    Nigeria NNPC Dismisses Fuel Price Surge Amidst Market Speculation and Policy Uncertainties

    In response to recent media reports suggesting a potential surge in petrol prices to N1,200/litre, the Nigerian National Petroleum Company (NNPC) has moved to allay public concerns. Chief Corporate Communications Officer Olufemi Soneye stated unequivocally on Wednesday that there are no...
  15. Tensions Rise as NNPC and Marketers Clash Over Fuel Subsidies and N1,200/Litre Proposal

    Nigeria Tensions Rise as NNPC and Marketers Clash Over Fuel Subsidies and N1,200/Litre Proposal

    The Nigerian National Petroleum Company Limited (NNPCL) and fuel marketers, represented by the Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria, are entangled in a new dispute over the removal of petrol subsidies. The clash comes amidst the depreciation of the naira against the U.S...
  16. SERAP Takes NNPC to Court Over Oil Revenue Transparency

    Nigeria SERAP Takes NNPC to Court Over Oil Revenue Transparency

    In a recent legal move, the Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has filed a suit against the Nigerian National Petroleum Company (NNPC), accusing it of failing to disclose crucial details regarding Nigeria's daily oil production and revenues since the removal of the fuel...
  17. Port Harcourt Refinery Nears Completion, Set to Operate by December, NNPC Insists

    Nigeria Port Harcourt Refinery Nears Completion, Set to Operate by December, NNPC Insists

    The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation Limited (NNPCL) remains resolute in its commitment to completing the Port Harcourt Refinery by the end of December. NNPC Chief Communications Officer Olufemi Soneye affirmed that the timeline for mechanical completion remains unchanged, and the...
  18. Shell in Deep Water: Faces Human Rights Backlash Over Niger Delta Oil Pollution

    Nigeria Shell in Deep Water: Faces Human Rights Backlash Over Niger Delta Oil Pollution

    In a groundbreaking decision, Mrs. Justice May of the United Kingdom High Court has granted over 13,000 farmers and fishermen from the Niger Delta communities of Ogale and Bille the permission to proceed with their claims against Shell. The communities allege that chronic pollution of their...
  19. Dangote Refinery Granted License to Process 300,000+ Barrels of Nigerian Crude Daily

    Nigeria Dangote Refinery Granted License to Process 300,000+ Barrels of Nigerian Crude Daily

    Aliko Dangote has revealed that the Dangote Refinery has successfully obtained a license to refine over 300,000 barrels of Nigerian crude per day, marking a significant milestone in the oil industry. In an interview during the Saudi-Nigeria business roundtable in Riyadh, Dangote emphasized the...
  20. Nigeria's Oil Exports Take a Hit in Asia Due to Russia-Ukraine Crisis

    Nigeria Nigeria's Oil Exports Take a Hit in Asia Due to Russia-Ukraine Crisis

    Image by Gerhard Traschütz from Pixabay The geopolitical upheaval triggered by the Russia-Ukraine crisis has profoundly impacted global energy dynamics, particularly affecting Nigeria's crude oil exports to its once steadfast Asian market, Business Insider Africa reports. The Nigerian National...
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