NNPC allays fear of scarcity as explosion rocks Apapa jetty

NNPC allays fear of scarcity as explosion rocks Apapa jetty

The Guardian gathered that the inferno started around 3: 00 am, when a petroleum-laden vessel was discharging fuel at the jetty, also known as Petroleum Warf Apapa (PWA) jetty. Four persons were reportedly killed. ...
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Four killed as explosion rocks NNPC Lagos depot

Four killed as explosion rocks NNPC Lagos depot

Samson Folarin and  Femi Asu Tragedy struck on Monday at the Petroleum Wharf, Apapa, Lagos State, after an explosion at the jetty killed four people. PUNCH Metro learnt that a vessel, identified as Histria Ivory, was discharging Premium Motor Spirit (petrol) ...
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Apapa jetty fire: NNPC allays fears over fuel scarcity

Apapa jetty fire: NNPC allays fears over fuel scarcity

ABUJA — The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, yesterday, allayed fears of a resurgence of scarcity of Premium Motor Spirit, also known as petrol, stating that the fire incident, which occurred at Apapa loading jetty in the early hours of yesterd...
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NNPC: Jetty fire won’t affect fuel supply

NNPC: Jetty fire won’t affect fuel supply

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) yesterday  assured motorists and other consumers of petroleum products nationwide that the fire incident which occurred at Apapa loading jetty at the early hours of yesterday will not affect supply of petrole...
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Four feared dead as NNPC Apapa jetty catches fire

A fire outbreak on Monday at the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) Apapa loading jetty is said to have claimed lives, even though the number of the dead was still sketchy as at the time [...] The post Four feared dead as NNPC Apapa jetty catches f...
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Refineries: Cost of rehabilitation not yet determined – NNPC

Refineries: Cost of rehabilitation not yet determined – NNPC

Everest Amaefule, Abuja   The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation says it is yet to determine the cost of the extensive rehabilitation of its three refineries.   In a telephone interview with our correspondent in Abuja, Group General Manager, Public Affa...
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$21.8bn unremitted funds: Nigeria lost the size of 2017 budget to NNPC

$21.8bn unremitted funds: Nigeria lost the size of 2017 budget to NNPC

ON April 4, 2017, the Nigerian Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (NEITI) dropped a bombshell. The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) had failed to remit over $21.8 billion (about N7.2 trillion) into the Federal Government account. [...]...
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Ministry seals NNPC mega station, three others in Calabar

Ministry seals NNPC mega station, three others in Calabar

Mudiaga Affe, Calabar The Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment has sealed the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation mega station in Calabar for selling inaccurate litres of fuel to members of the public. Others that were also sealed include Bas...
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Man drowns scooping waste oil from NNPC dump

Man drowns scooping waste oil from NNPC dump

A man in his early 30s, identified as Victor Ohuonu, has died while trying to scoop waste oil from the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, dump at Osisioma depot, Abia State. The post Man drowns scooping waste oil from NNPC dump appeared first on Va...
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Kachikwu says Nigeria’s exemption from further crude cuts inevitable

Kachikwu says Nigeria’s exemption from further crude cuts inevitable

The Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Dr Ibe Kachikwu, on Wednesday said Nigeria would get more crude-cut exemption from the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC). ...
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