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The Koluama disaster

Even from the oil company-owned helicopter which circled over the village of Koluama nestling by the Atlantic Ocean, the desolation of the entire land was palpable. And from the air one could see what might appear like a miracle of Biblical proportions: a burning sea.

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Who is sabotaging Nigeria’s electricity

Last month’s high stakes drama in the nation’s power industry, which culminated in the sack of some executives by the Minister of Power, Prof. Bart Nnaji, brought back to the national front-burner the inherent and probably the most virile impediment towards many a government’s efforts to develop vital sectors of national life which in turn would have immense impact on the social and economic lives of the citizens.

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NIGERIAN CONTENT: Measuring the gains

When the Executive Secretary of the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board, NCDMB, Ernest Nwapa rose to collect the Man of the Year award by an international energy publication, The Oil and Gas Year (TOGY), last month, not a few people in the crowded hall of the Transcorp Hilton in Abuja felt it was an honour well-deserved for the man driving what has become a very remarkable journey and transition in Nigeria’s oil and gas industry.

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