Fire has engulfed a tank farm owned by Oando, the Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (Lasema) has reported.
Following a day during which the Nave Andromeda product tanker was held by stowaways, UK special forces have retaken the ship offshore the Isle of Wight.
A Nigerian protest movement calling for changes to policing has received support from a group of Niger Delta militants, while coming under fire in Lagos.
Mammoet has delivered a heavy lift terminal crane to the Lagos Deep Offshore Logistic (LADOL) base, in Nigeria.
The Nigerian National Petroleum Corp. (NNPC) has rejected calls to move its tank farms, saying this should wait until refineries have been rehabilitated and the Dangote Refinery started.
The Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA) has put out a fire at an illicit fuel storage depot at Oregun.
Mammoet has begun demobilising its heavy-lift equipment at the Dangote Refinery complex, in Nigeria, although the plant is now expected to start up in late 2022.
Rivers State Governor Nyesom Wike has declared a total lockdown on Port Harcourt and the Obio and Akpor local government areas, in a bid to tackle the spread of coronavirus.
A fire at a retail station in Lagos destroyed around 30 vehicles, the Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA) has reported.
GP Global has acquired the lubricants business of Grand Petroleum, part of the Nosak Group.
Rivers Governor Nyesom Wike has ordered Caverton Helicopters to halt operations in the state, as the row over a flight into Port Harcourt escalated.
Nigeria’s Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) has ordered companies to limit the number of personnel at sites, in line with a directive from Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari.
An explosion involving a Nigerian National Petroleum Corp. (NNPC) pipeline in Lagos State has led to the deaths of at least 15 people.
An explosion in a Lagos neighbourhood has been extinguished, but it has left five dead, according to local reports.
Music superstar and solar entrepreneur Akon joined Shell to officially open a solar and human powered football pitch in the Nigerian capital Lagos at the Federal College of Education.
A preliminary report by the Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB) in Nigeria has found a fatal offshore helicopter crash may have been caused by a malfunction of one of the aircraft parts. The crash, which happened last month, caused the death of two crew members and four passengers on board. There had been 12 people on the helicopter when the incident happened.