The Future of Petroleum in Nigeria: Why the FUPRE Bill, signed into law, is a failed venture

AUTHOR: AKOREDE SAMUEL OMOTAYO   INTRODUCTION President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday, 17th October 2017, signed into law the Bill establishingthe Federal University of Petroleum Resources, Effurun, Delta State. The political rhetoric used to justify this development is that it signifies the administration’s commitment to continue to support the socio-economic development of the Niger-Delta region.It will … Continue reading The Future of Petroleum in Nigeria: Why the FUPRE Bill, signed into law, is a failed venture

AN ANALYSIS OF THE NATIONAL DOMESTIC GAS SUPPLY AND PRICING POLICY: ITS STRENGTHS AND SHORTCOMINGS

AUTHOR: Gabriel Olamidipupo Aliu Student (LL.B), Faculty of Law, University of Lagos. INTRODUCTION The Nigerian Energy Sector consists of the Petroleum Sector which contributes to about 90% of Nigeria’s foreign exchange revenues; and then the Electricity Sector which uses an estimated 85% of natural gas produced in the Nigerian Market. In a bid to pay … Continue reading AN ANALYSIS OF THE NATIONAL DOMESTIC GAS SUPPLY AND PRICING POLICY: ITS STRENGTHS AND SHORTCOMINGS