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Supreme Court resolves 17 oil wells ownership tussle in favour of Rivers

The Supreme Court of Nigeria on Friday, May 6, 2022, in a landmark judgment, resolved the ownership dispute of 17 oil wells between Rivers...

Supreme Court stops govt from ceding 17 oil wells to Imo

The Supreme Court has granted an order of injunction restraining the Federal Government from ceding 17 disputed oil wells located at Akri and Mbede in...

Oil Spill: Supreme Court dismisses Shell’s application to review appeal against N17bn judgment

The Supreme Court has dismissed an application by Shell Petroleum Development Company, asking it to review its judgment of Jan. 11, 2019 that ordered...

Supreme Court declines jurisdiction over Bayelsa Soku oil wells suit

The Supreme Court on Tuesday, October 27, 2020 refused to hear a suit brought by the Bayelsa State Government seeking to stop the Federal...

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Naivasha: A typical example of energy transition

Only 9% of the use of fossil energies, Kenya must be one of the rare countries of the African...
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Lagos engages stakeholders on Opebi-Mende Link Bridge project Right of Way

The Lagos State Government says it has engaged stakeholders on discussions toward smooth establishment of the Right of Way...

International Youth Day: How to harness potential of Nigerian youths – CSDevNet

Prof. Ibrahim Choji, Chair, Board of Trustees, Climate and Sustainable Development Network (CSDevNet), while saying that celebrating the International...

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