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AfDB Says 7 African Nations Making Progress on Climate Change Actions

The African Development Bank and the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI have launched a report analysing the readiness of seven countries – Morocco, Tunisia, Kenya, Rwanda, Senegal, Gabon and Mozambique – to drive green growth. The joint report was launched on the sidelines of Africa Climate Week, in Libreville, Gabon. It assessed the status and …read more →

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Northern Youths Urge Protection for Public Infrastructure

Northern youths, under the aegis of Arewa Youth Assembly, have called on the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari(retd.) to engage the service of competent hands to protect the Ajaokuta-Kaduna-Kano gas pipeline from vandals. This, the youth said, became imperative to promote a steady and guaranteed gas supply from the South to the North at the …read more →

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Sub-Saharan Africa Requires $40 Bln Annual Flow to Achieve Net-Zero Emission By 2050 – Osinbajo

While investments in fossils are being sustained in the rich and advanced countries, banning gas investments in developing nations raises questions around equity, justice, and inclusion as the global community approaches the Net-zero emission target of 2050, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has said. According to him, a just, equitable, and inclusive global energy transition especially …read more →

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Shell Petroleum Opens Dialogue with Communities on Development Initiatives

Shell Petroleum Development Company, SPDC said it has begun discussions with 12 host communities in Bayelsa which demanded upward review of development obligations. SPDC’s Media Relations Manager, Bamidele Odugbesan said the company was engaging representatives of its EA oilfields on the issues raised. “We are engaging the leadership of the communities for a peaceful resolution …read more →

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China Completes Construction of $3.17bn UHV Electricity Line

Construction of a US $3.17bn clean energy ultra-high voltage (UHV) electricity line in China is complete. It’s the first UHV line in the world built to transmit only carbon-free electricity, its developer, State Grid Corp. of China has said. It will allow more renewables to be developed in Qinghai and Gansu provinces and deliver the electricity …read more →

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COVID-19: NLNG Assures Host Communities, Rivers State

The Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas (NLNG) has highlighted its palliatives and interventions in Bonny communities since the outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19). The Managing Director, Mr Tony Attah, said as a company, NLNG triggered critical preventive measures in its operations very early and promptly initiated engagements with relevant Rivers State and Bonny Local Government authorities. Speaking …read more →

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Developing Gas Pipeline Infrastructure In Nigeria Is the Responsibility of Government – Nwaozuzu

Gas pipelines Environmental concerns have made the use of natural gas very attractive. Surging electricity demand is also one of the major drivers of increased consumption of natural gas. Globally, energy use for electric power generation is expected to increase more than 25% faster than fuel use of all types over the next 10 years. …read more →

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Lagos State and Lagosians are culpable for the pipe-line explosion disaster in Abule Ado – Tony Alabi

As FG moves to reclaim Abule Ado from house owners An architect and expert in built environment, Dr Tony Alabi has declared that Lagos State and Lagosians are culpable for the pipe-line explosion disaster in Abule Ado having been involved in the approval processes that were not suitable for such locations. Also the problems of …read more →

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Makinde Appoints Adepoju Adviser on Infrastructure

Governor Seyi Makinde, has appointed Mr Simiyu Adekola James Adepoju, an engineer as his Special Adviser on Infrastructure, Moses Alao, the governor’s special assistant on Print Media said. The appointment, which took effect from 9 March, was conveyed through a letter signed by the Secretary to the State Government, Mrs Olubamiwo Adeosun. “Prior to his …read more →

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Developers, Property Investors Decry Out Of Plan Distortions In Lekki/Lagos Master Plan

Developers of high-end properties in Government Reserved Areas (GRAs) have decried what they identified as the spate of inconsistencies and distortions that characterise the housing infrastructural development sector in Lagos  They claimed that conflicting operating rules hamper the seamless operation of the sector and thus serving as a disincentive in an otherwise profitable sector.  According …read more →