An English court has approved Nigeria’s request for an extension in its case against Ireland’s Process and Industrial Developments (P&ID).
Axens has won work to act as the technology provider for a greenfield 200,000 barrel per day refinery and petrochemical plant in Nigeria.
Akselos has celebrated the launch of a “digital twin” for Shell’s Bonga floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel.
San Leon Energy has signed a deal with Decklar Petroleum to finance the development of the Oza marginal field, in Nigeria.
PetroNor E&P has posted EBITDA of $4.2 million for the first quarter of 2020, down from the $20.6mn posted for the same period in 2019.
A Nigerian oil workers’ union has suspended a proposed seven-day strike targeting Chevron Nigeria Ltd.
The governor of Rivers State has claimed victory over Shell’s local subsidiary at OML 11.
Nigerian oil workers began a 3-day strike at the petroleum ministry to demand almost three months of pay, according to the labour group representing them.
The Nigeria Gas Transportation Network Code (NGTNC) is officially up and running.
Nigerian National Petroleum Corp. (NNPC) has signed a heads of terms with Cnooc Ltd and South Atlantic Petroleum (Sapetro) to bring to an end a dispute on OML 130.
Bristow Helicopters has set out plans to make around 100 employees redundant in Nigeria, which has spiralled into a labour dispute.
The United Bank for Africa (UBA) has participated in a consortium to lend $1.5 billion to Nigerian National Petroleum Corp. (NNPC) and its upstream Nigerian Petroleum Development Co. (NPDC) unit.
Austin Avuru has retired from his position as CEO of Seplat Petroleum, paving the way for Roger Brown, current CFO, to take the top spot.
Nigeria-focused San Leon Energy will stump up $15 million as a loan to secure the completion of the Alternative Crude Oil Evacuation System (ACOES), for exports from its OML 18.
The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has won orders confiscating £5.45 million from former Afren executives.
Last year was a “pivotal year” for Savannah Energy, the company has said announcing its 2019 preliminary results, as revenues flowed from its Nigerian portfolio.
The Netherlands’ FMO development bank has set out new funding for solar power company Lumos for expansion in Cote d’Ivoire.
The number of people looking for employment through Nigeria’s biggest recruiting website has jumped five-fold since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, highlighting the struggle faced by many in Africa’s largest economy.
Mammoet has delivered a heavy lift terminal crane to the Lagos Deep Offshore Logistic (LADOL) base, in Nigeria.
A prosecutor in Milan asked for eight years of jail time for Eni SpA Chief Executive Officer Claudio Descalzi over an allegedly corrupt $1.1 billion Nigerian oil deal.
Unemployment lies at the heart of Nigeria’s economic crisis, BFA Foundation’s founder and CEO Olu Verheijen has said, and developing the country’s gas resources will be a valuable step in industrialising.
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Nigeria’s federal government launched its long-awaited marginal field bid round on June 1, a welcome development but one that faces serious challenges, writes Mariah Lucciano-Gabriel, the head of commercial and business development at Asharami Energy.
The Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA) has put out a fire at an illicit fuel storage depot at Oregun.
Lekoil has signed service agreements with Schlumberger for drilling on the Otakikpo field, although it is continuing work on the financing.