Gas Flaring Still Part of the Nigerian Landscape
Flames as tall as 10-storey buildings burn day and night in the village of Ebedei, in the Niger Delta. The heat from these fires is neither soft nor warm but fierce and prickly, reports Deutsche Welle. The Niger Delta is among the world's most oil-rich regions. Since the start of crude oil exploitation there in the 1950s, thousands of oil spills have plagued the delta, and has caused conflict in the region.
Deutsche Welle, 14 November 2018
In Nigeria's Niger Delta, gas flares are killing crops, polluting water and damaging human health. The Nigerian government has promised to tackle the problem -- but new data shows… Read more »
Leadership, 3 November 2018
The Senate Committee on Gas, has promised to pass the Gas Flaring Prohibition Bill before the end of the year. Read more »
Gas flaring is on the rise again.
This Day, 2 November 2018
The Senate Committee on Gas has assured Nigerians that the Gas Flaring Prohibition Bill would be passed into law before the end of the year. Read more »
Guardian, 1 November 2018
Sen. Bassey Albert, the Chairman, Senate Committee on Gas, on Thursday said that the Senate would pass the Gas Flaring Prohibition Bill before the end of the year. Read more »
This Day, 31 October 2018
Dangote Oil Refinery Company (DORC) has stated that the 650,000 barrels per day refinery has been designed to process a variety of light and medium grades of crude and produce… Read more »
Dangote Refinery is investing in producing Euro V fuel to help Nigeria meet the European standard of petrol. Sulphur in petroleum fuels results in vehicle exhaust emissions that ... Read more »