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ERA urges govt to diversify resources to promote renewable energy


The Nigerian government has been told to diversify national energy sources to encourage state and non-state actors to develop mini-grid and off-grid solar energy systems to promote greater energy access by all. L-R: Nurudeen Ogbara, former NBA Chair, Ikorodu Branch, Lagos; Habiba Ali, Executive Director, SOSAI Renewables, Kaduna; Chief Saint Emma Pii, Chair, ERA/FoEN Board of Trustees; Dr Godwin Uyi ...

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Energy transition: Why countries should not fire sell their oil and gas assets, by experts

Dr. Victoria R. Nalule

By Dr. Victoria R. Nalule and Dr. Xiaoyi (Shawn) Mu of the CEPMLP, University of Dundee address the misconceptions surrounding the continued role of fossil fuels in the energy transition era Dr. Victoria R. Nalule Does the energy transition imply a total ban on fossil fuels and should countries fire sell their oil & gas assets? No, energy transition does ...

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Niger Delta region has more than oil to offer – Agba

Clement Agba

The Minister of State for Finance, Budget and National Planning, Mr Clement Agba, says the Niger Delta region has more than oil to offer the country. Mr. Clement Agba Agba was speaking at the opening ceremony of a high level multi sectoral meeting on the emergency of agriculture projects in diversification of Niger Delta. The programme was organised by the Federal Ministry of Finance, ...

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New briefing details signs of oil and gas industry’s decline


Amidst the ongoing pandemic crisis, the oil majors are racking up debt and selling off assets, in moves that aim to project stability but instead reveal the industry’s increasing fragility. Oil exploration A new brief released on Thursday, July 9, 2020 by the Centre for International Environmental Law (CIEL) highlights the latest signals that the oil and gas industry is reaching its ...

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