An explosion in a Lagos neighbourhood has been extinguished, but it has left five dead, according to local reports.
Nigerian Petroleum Development Co. (NPDC) has issued an invitation for companies to pre-qualify for work on OML 49, where the subsidiary of Nigerian National Petroleum Corp. (NNPC) works with Chevron.
Nigeria LNG (NLNG) has taken the final investment decision (FID) on Train 7, the long-awaited expansion project that will take the project’s capacity to 30 million tonnes per year.
KBR has won project management consultancy (PMC) services on the front-end engineering design (FEED) work for a proposed condensate refinery plan in Nigeria.
Nigeria LNG (NLNG) has signed gas supply agreements (GSAs) to supply three of its existing trains – plus the seventh, which is yet to reach a final investment decision (FID).
A new bill increasing taxation on Nigeria’s oil industry would drive a decline in deepwater production of around 20% by 2023, industry group Oil Producer Trade Section (OPTS) has said.
A number of African states are in the process of visiting Sochi, largely in the hope of signing deals for new investment.
Eni has begun producing gas and condensate from its Obiafu 41 find, with output going to the domestic power market.
Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has set out a plan of passing legislation overhauling the country’s hydrocarbon industry by the end of 2020.
Africa’s biggest oil producer is trying to get its refineries working in an attempt to wean itself off imported fuel. Yet again.
Nigerian National Petroleum Corp. (NNPC) and Nigeria LNG (NLNG) have signed a pre-payment agreement on the supply of gas to the six existing trains at Bonny Island.
Nigeria's upper house of parliament is to investigate allegations the state oil company illegally inflated funds it collected from an official subsidy scheme.
The Niger Delta Avengers (NDA) have claimed responsibility for a pipeline explosion in Nigeria's Akwa Ibom state.
Nigeria’s government made wide-ranging changes to the leadership of its state oil company as the nation grapples with crude prices that are too low to balance the budget and a militant insurgency that’s damaging production of its biggest export.
Nigeria's state oil company failed to transfer 4.9 trillion naira ($25 billion) to the public purse between January 2011 and December 2015, an official body said today.