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Consumer goods, oil and gas stocks depress equities index

Losses recorded today in consumer goods and oil and gas stocks, including International Breweries Plc, Dangote Sugar Refinery Plc, Dangote Flour Mills Plc, Eterna and Oando Plc among others pulled the Nigerian stock Exchange, NSE, all Share Index, ASI, down by 0.48 percent.
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Experts urge African Governments to tax greenhouse gas emitters

Experts urge African Governments to tax greenhouse gas emitters

Climate change experts on Friday called on African governments to put in place carbon pricing regulation to earn taxes from greenhouse gas emissions. El-Hadji Diagne, Lead Negotiator for Climate Change Markets, said in Nairobi that carbon pricing is an opportunity that the continent could not afford to loss. “Put regulation framework in place to allow […] …

Using African Gas for Africa First

Using African Gas for Africa First

Recent major discoveries in Cameroon, Gabon, Mauritania,the Congo and Senegal, added to the major reserves held by Nigeria, Equatorial Guinea, Angola, Tanzania and Mozambique have made it even more evident that it is not a resource to be ignored.
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Sub-Sahara Africa oil, gas’ll complement industry value

Sub-Sahara Africa oil, gas’ll complement industry value

Group Managing Consultant and Chief Executive Officer, Sub-Sahara Africa Upstream Oil and Gas Summit and Exhibition and Invest Africa Energy, Dapo Ayoola, said the Sub-Sahara Africa Upstream Oil and Gas Summit and Exhibition was created as a clearing house for oil and gas practitioners, investors and all who support the value chain process. This platform,Read More
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Ukraine says gas shortage fully covered

Ukraine says gas shortage fully covered

Ukraine on Sunday said it had resolved its gas shortage caused by the refusal of Russia’s Gazprom to restart natural gas deliveries. “We have a sharp increase in gas supplies from the EU, from Poland, Slovakia and Hungary,” Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko posted on Twitter. “The entire shortage is completely covered.” Poroshenko underlined that Ukraine […] …

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