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Nigeria, 5 other countries account for 71.1 mtpa LNG liquefaction capacity in Africa – OPEC

Nigeria, Algeria, Angola, Cameroon, Egypt, and Equatorial Guinea account for the 71.1 million tons per annum (mtpa) liquefied natural gas (LNG) liquefaction capacity on the continent. This is according to the World Oil Outlook (WOO), released by the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) in November 2022. The liquefaction capacity of the six trains under Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas (NLNG) Limited was placed at 22 mtpa as of Q3/2022. The WOO went further to state that Africa’s total onstream liquefaction ...

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Timipre Sylva

FG plans to end refined petroleum products imports by Q3/2023

“We are expecting that we will be exiting the importation of petroleum products from maybe about the third quarter next year if I were to give it a longer timeframe, but I believe that even before the third quarter next year.”

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Photos from Olojo Festival in Ile Ife 2022

Ọdún Ọlọjọ tí ọdún 2022 ni Ilu Ile-Ifẹ. A ṣe Ọlọjọ a ké gbajure ooo!!! A Dedication To The Worship Of Ogun-the Yoruba God Of Iron In Remembrance Of The Descent Of Oduduwa, The Progenitor Of Yoruba Race Historically woven around Ogun the Oduduwa(Yoruba) Orisa of iron widely believed to be the leader and the most important of the 201 ‘Orisa’ (elders) that accompanied Oduduwa the progenitor of the Yoruba race during his descent from the heavens, the annual Olojo Festival is the biggest and most important celebrations on the Ife cultural calendar.           ...

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Peaceful Atom May Be Generated in Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya by 2023: IAEA

Lagos (Ooduarere) – A peaceful atom may be produced in Ghana, Nigeria and Kenya already in the coming years, while the majority of African countries will use nuclear energy by 2030, Mikhail Chudakov, the deputy director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), revealed. “They have set deadlines — nuclear energy may be generated in many [African] countries by 2030,” Chudakov said, adding that the production of a peaceful atom might start especially quickly, already in the coming years, ...

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