Exxonmobil denies oil spills in Ibeno as community youths protest

An oil spill suspected to have emanated from the facility of American oil major, ExxonMobil has triggered another round of protests by youths in...

Power plants to be built on gas flare sites – FG

The Federal Government has developed a new strategy contained in the National Gas Policy recently approved by the Federal Executive Council (FEC), which is...

Innovative data platform allows thousands of digital activists to track oil spills in Nigeria

The latest project from a revolutionary crowdsourcing platform will engage thousands of digital volunteers to help Amnesty International ensure justice for communities devastated by...

West Africa launches green investment platform

In the quest to implementing the Paris Agreement and achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), three organisations convened a round table discussion focused on...

Eni to further reduce gas flaring in sub-Saharan Africa

A delegation from Italian energy giant Eni, led by Chief Financial Officer Massimo Mondazzi, has made a presentation to the World Bank to reinforce...

Deadline passes as Nigeria fails to enforce ban on dirty fuel imports

The Federal Government’s ban on the importation of dirty fuels into the country failed to come into effect on July 1, 2017 as announced...

Oando receives first drone operator certificate from NCAA

Oando Plc has become the first organisation in Nigerian to be issued the Remotely Piloted Aircraft/Drones (RPAS) Operators Certificate (ROC), Independent reports. The certificate was...

NNPC says July deadline for low-sulphur fuel remains unchanged

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) is working to meet the July 2017 deadline for switching from fuel with higher concentration of sulphur to...

NLNG trains 7, 8 to reduce gas flaring to zero level – GM

The General Manager, External Relations of the Nigerian Liquefied Natural Gas Ltd, Dr. Kudo Eresia-Eke disclosed in Lagos that the proposed NLNG trains seven and eight would...

Europe’s adoption of green vehicles may lead to Nigeria becoming a dumpsite

With experts saying at least eight out of 10 cars plying roads globally would be green before 2030, Nigeria and other developing countries have...

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