Will Dangote Refinery End Nigeria's Ongoing Oil Woes?
The refinery, which is being built by Africa's richest man Aliko Dangote, holds out the prospect of ending Nigeria's importation of refined petroleum products. The Dangote refinery is set to be completed in 2019.
Monitor, 24 May 2017
The completion of the Dangote Refinery in 2019 will mark another milestone in the Nigerian oil and gas industry. Read more »
Times of Zambia, 16 March 2017
The $12 billion Dangote Oil Refinery which will be the largest in the world slated for Lagos will be in full operation in 2019 and is expected to produce 650, 000 barrel of oil per… Read more »
Nigeria: Withdrawal of Refinery Licences
Guardian, 24 May 2017
The move by the Federal Government to withdraw the refinery licences that have remained unutilised in the hands of some private investors is a step in the right direction. Given… Read more »
Premium Times, 3 May 2017
The Federal Government on Wednesday said it would revoke licenses given to individuals and corporate organisations for private refineries but were yet to be utilised. Read more »
Guardian, 13 March 2017
On-going public and private sector synergy leading to the development of Dangote Refinery Project and Lagos Free Trade Zone (FTZ) have been received by the real estate community… Read more »