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Nigeria's oil thieves roar back as militants kept in check

By: Bloomberg     5th June 2019 Just as Nigeria gets to grips with militants who brought the nation’s oil industry to its knees a few years ago, another group of longstanding foes are slowly making a comeback: thieves. Saboteurs including thieves caused an 80% increase in the number of spills in 2018, Royal Dutch Shell, the... 

IASP elects first female president for its Africa division

By: Simone Liedtke     29th May 2019 The International Association of Science Parks and Areas of Innovation (IASP) has elected Hauwa Yabani as its Africa division president. She is also the first female president of the division. Yabani was elected to the role at the IASP Africa division workshop hosted by The Innovation Hub,... 

Energy solutions provider aims for Africa expansion

By: Jessica Oosthuizen     3rd May 2019 Electrical house (eHouse) solutions and electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure provider TGOOD Africa is expanding its business into Africa and aims to establish offices in Mozambique, Namibia and Zambia in the next nine to twelve months. The company’s head office for its sub-Saharan... 

Nigeria revives plan to double oil output, triple refining

By: Bloomberg     26th April 2019 Nigeria plans to almost double oil production and triple its refining capacity within six years, reviving previous pledges that turned out to be too ambitious. The OPEC member is looking to pump 4 million barrels a day by 2025 and increase refining capacity to 1.5-million barrels daily, Maikanti... 

Nigeria court orders arrests over Shell, Eni Malabu oil deal

By: Bloomberg     18th April 2019 A court in Nigeria ordered the arrest of two former ministers and others allegedly connected with illegal payments leading to the 2011 acquisition of what is considered one of the biggest oil fields in the West African country. Former Justice Minister and Attorney General Mohammed Adoke, ex-Oil... 

Nigeria suspends mining in Zamfara state after banditry surges

By: Reuters     8th April 2019 Nigeria has suspended mining in the restive northwestern state of Zamfara, a presidential aide and the police chief said on Sunday, amid concerns that illegal miners were connected to a surge in banditry. The suspension underscores the breakdown of security in a part of the country where the... 

Nigeria wants $20bn infrastructure spend over ten years

By: Bloomberg     28th March 2019 Nigeria plans to spend $20-billion on infrastructure over the next ten years and will introduce an infrastructure bond in 2019 as Africa’s biggest oil producer seeks to address challenges in revenue generation. “Our target is that we’d like to see infrastructure spending increase to the... 

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