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Shell Resumes Production In Nigeria

Anglo-Dutch oil group Shell said Friday it has resumed production after repairing a sabotaged supply pipeline in southern Nigeria’s restive oil-rich Niger delta. The company shut down the Trans-Niger Pipeline (TNP) on June 19 following an explosion and fire in an area where oil theft has occurred, the latest such incident in Africa’s largest producer. The incident resulted in a cut of 150 000 barrels ... Read More »

100 Local, Foreign Companies To Participate In Property Exhibition In Lagos

The event will hold from July 11 to 13. More than 100 companies from Nigeria and 15 other countries are ready to showcase their real estate projects, products and services at an event tagged “Luxury Living Africa Property Exhibition’’. A statement made available to newsmen on Saturday in Lagos by Steve Ike, the Head of the Organising Committee, said that innovations in design, technology and ... Read More »

PIB Bill May Become Law Before 2014 – Senator

Sen. Nkechi Nwaogu, Chairman, Senate Committee on Oil and Gas Resource, said that she was optimistic that the Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB) would be assented to before the end of 2013. Nwaogu told newsmen in Aba on Monday that consultations were still on with stakeholders, especially from the northern part of the country, to address fears on the bill’s contents. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) recalls that the Senate had approved that the bill should be moved to its Second Reading stage. ... Read More »

SSS Forgives Ombatse Over Killing of 10 Officers–allAfrica

The State Security Service (SSS) has forgiven the Ombatse cult group for killing its 10 officers, its Director General Ita Ekpenyong said. Ekpenyong declared this during the candlelight vigil held at the SSS headquarters in Abuja in honor of the 10 SSS operatives killed by Ombatse cult in Alakyo, Nasarawa state. “To those who could kill the body, note that you have made your community ... Read More »

Senate Passes State-of-the-Nation Address Bill

The Senate yesterday finally passed the bill seeking to compel the president to present a state-of-the-nation address before the joint session of the National Assembly into law and urged President Goodluck Jonathan to sign the bill without any delay. While urging the president to urgently sign the bill into law, Senate President, Senator David Mark, said the law would take effect from July this year. ... Read More »

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