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April 26, 2017Africa Energy Series – Dada Thomas, Nigeria Gas Association
Dada Thomas, CEO of Frontier Oil and head of the Nigeria Gas Association, explains his focus on advocacy, promoting investment in gas, best practices and turning NGA into a resource center. This is a clip from our latest Africa Energy Series documentary on Nigeria gas to power. The full version will air on CNBC Africa […]
April 5, 2017Nigerian Gas Association
Formed in 1999, the Nigerian Gas Association is responsible for the promotion and protection of the interests of the gas industry in Nigeria. The association’s first members came from the primary gas production and utilization companies, and some of the earliest members included Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC), Nigeria Liquefied […]
October 27, 2017Market Report: Nigeria Pushes Overhaul of Refineries
Nigeria's refineries investment requires an investment of $2 billion.
October 20, 2017Market Report: Nigeria to Enhance Gas Supply
Nigeria aims to ensure the development of gas infrastructure to enhance gas.
October 6, 2017Market Report: Nigeria Reopens Fuel Depot
NNPC reopened a fuel depot in the Apata area of Ibadan, Oyo State after years of inactivity.
September 15, 2017Market Report: Nigeria Announces Shutdown of Refineries
The brief shutdowns are for an overhaul to achieve optimal performance.
September 8, 2017Market Report: Nigeria’s Egina to Boost Production
Egina FPSO to sail this quarter, Ghana/Ivory Coast border dispute ruling this month.
August 10, 2017Africa Energy Series: Nigeria’s Gas-to-Power Sector Explored
The latest Africa Energy Series is set to air this year on CNBC Africa.
August 3, 2017Catalysts: Gas Complements Renewables; Macro-Economic Stability Drives Africa
We asked the leading voices in the African oil, gas and power business to give us their views on the drivers for change in the energy industry.
June 30, 2017Market Report: France to Invest in Nigeria
The French government has set aside a one billion Euro investment fund for Nigerian oil and gas.