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IBEDC to invest $400m in metering programme, network infrastructure

THE Ibadan Electricity Distribution Company (IBEDC) said it has attracted $400 million investment from Trans Sahara Consortium to fund its planned installation of smart metering programme, infrastructure upgrade within the distribution area of the company, and put a stop to energy theft which is a huge revenue drain in the sector.

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Total partners FRSC on safety campaign

TOTAL NigeriaPlc in partnership with the Federal Road Safety Corps, FRSC and state traffic authorities is currently implementing the road safety cubes campaign with the aim of educating Nigerian children within the ages of six to 12 on road safety guidelines as well as proper behaviour on the road while going to school.

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INTELS acquires N1.8bn crane, the largest in Africa

IN line with its commitment of making Nigeria the hub of Oil and Gas logistics services in Africa, INTELS Nigeria Limited has acquired one of the largest port handling cranes in the world – a 600 tonnes Liebherr crane worth USD6 million (N1.83 billion). The crane, which has been deployed at the Onne Oil and Gas Free Zone, is the largest at any port facility in Africa.

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Meter manufacturers frown at malicious criticism

By Prince Okafor THE Electricity Meter   Manufacturing Association of Nigeria, EMMAN, has warned that it would no longer condone acts capable of undermining its position in the industry. Muhideen Ibrahim, its secretary, said the allegation levelled against the company by some distribution companies, DISCOs, that it produces inferior meters compared to the ones imported from
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