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Nigeria’s average electricity tariff drops by 48% in 4 yrs

NIGERIA’s average electricity tariff drops by 48 percent in four years to 8.10 cent per kilowatts hours, kWh, from 15.67 per cent recorded in 2014.

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How innovative Chevron strategy boosts Local Content in Nigeria’s oil, gas industry -BGI boss

The development of Local Content has become a reality in Nigeria, even though some challenges abound. In this interview with Udeme Akpan, the Managing director of B G I Energy Services Ltd, Mr. Edmund Tiemo, currently one of the successful indigenous companies, comment on a wide range of issues, including the roles of Chevron Nigeria Limited in boosting local content in the country.

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Rural Electrification agency adopts new measures

Expectations were high that the privatisation of Nigeria’s power sector in 2013 would culminate in increased generation, transmission and distribution of electricity to consumers nationwide for some reasons. First, the private sector was perceived as having adequate resources to boost investment in the sector. Second, the investors were also expected to possess the discipline and management skills, capable of driving operations in the sector.

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