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Nigeria Okays N11.52bn Jebba Hydropower Plant Turbine Rehab Project

The Federal Government of Nigeria has endorsed a US $32m (11.52 billion Naira)turbine rehabilitation project by Mainstream Energy Solutions Limited (MESL) at its Jebba hydropower plant in Niger State. The Minister of State, Power, Mr Goddy Jeddy-Agba made the disclosure when he received a delegation from MESL, operators of the Kainji and Jebba hydropower plants, along with …read more →

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Nigeria to Resume Construction Works On Mambilla Hydroelectric Plant

Nigeria plans to start work on the construction of Mambilla hydroelectric plant, estimated to cost about $4.8 billion this year after the government settled a legal dispute that was delaying the project, Power Minister Sale Mamman said. The project, when completed will be the second-largest hydroelectric plant in Africa and the second of such plants …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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Ethiopia Builds Energy Plant That Converts Trash into Electricity

Ethiopia has reportedly built an energy plant which converts waste to electricity – The country’s largest rubbish dump was used as the site for the plant which is built to provide Ethiopians with 30% of their household electricity needs . The project was made possible by the Ethiopian government in partnership with a consortium of …read more →

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Nigeria to Resume Construction Works On Mambilla Hydroelectric Plant

Nigeria plans to start work on the construction of Mambilla hydroelectric plant, estimated to cost about $4.8 billion this year after the government settled a legal dispute that was delaying the project, Power Minister Sale Mamman said. The project, when completed will be the second-largest hydroelectric plant in Africa and the second of such plants …read more →

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COVID-19: Massive Shut-downs worldwide to affect Africa’s Infrastructure, Energy & Mining Development

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) has resulted in mass production shutdowns and supply chain disruptions due to port closures in China, causing global ripple effects across all economic sectors in a rare “twin supply-demand shock”. With South Africa having just reported its first cases of COVID-19, Africa is beginning to feel its full impact and plans to …read more →

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For Buhari Infrastructure Is Key: Osinbajo

The Federal Government will continue to implement game-changing infrastructure projects around the country to connect the nation’s economic zones and drive economic development, according to Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, SAN. The Vice President further noted that most of the signature projects of the administration, including the Lagos-Kano Rail, Mambilla Hydro Plant, Second Niger Bridge, amongst …read more →