During the campaign season for the 2015 General Elections, someone claimed that petrol subsidy was a lie as petrol ought to cost around ₦40 per litre. Today, with the official price at ₦165, many Nigerians continue to hope for local refineries to achieve the promised low price … More ₦40 per Litre: Local Refining to Save Nigeria
As climate change progresses, do the main proponents of the fight against climate change really have their mouths where their heart is? The EU seems to have realised the need for some pragmatism to avoid sacrificing the present for an unassured future. … More Only One Earth: To Protect or Not
A version of the Petroleum Industry Act 2021 that can be searched electronically; with bookmarks for each Chapter and Part … More Download Petroleum Industry Act 2021 (OCR Version)
With the recent increase in electricity tariffs in Nigeria, do you know it would cost around ₦12 to boil 3 litres of water to bathe?
Find out how this compares with using kerosene or cooking gas … More Electricity, Gas & Kerosene: Which is Cheaper?