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  1. Fraudsters Circulating Forged Crude Oil Letters - NNPC
  2. Oil Prices Rise Shows Signs
  3. Relocate ExxonMobil HQ To Akwa Ibom Petition
  4. N3.05tr Needed To Increase Oil Production
  5. Oil Exploration Will Be Unprofitable In 13 Yrs - Group
  6. Nigeria May Stop Producing Oil - Kachikwu
  7. Oil Price Rocks Higher In Two Months
  8. Why FG Stopped Crude Oil Exploration In Chad Basin
  9. Oil Exploration Team Attacked In Borno
  10. Shell Shuts Trans Niger Pipeline
  11. No Plan To Exceed Oil Output Limit - Barkindo
  12. Britain Interested In Nigerian Oil
  13. Oil Prices Skyrockets Ahead Of Oil Meeting
  14. Oil Prices Drifts Higher
  15. Oil Prices Fall As Banks Cut Price Forecasts
  16. Nigeria May Attend OPEC/Non-OPEC Meeting In July
  17. Crude Oil Production Hit 2.025mbpd In June
  18. Nigeria Introduces Gas Policy
  19. Cooking Gas Price To Crash Coming Weeks - NLNG
  20. Nigeria's Oil Surplus Gets Smaller
  21. Why Higher Oil Prices Cripple Nigeria’s Economy
  22. No Plan To Sell Refineries - FG
  23. Julius Berger To Diversify Into Oil And Power Sector
  24. Oil Prices Rise Increase Over U.S. Drill Expansion
  25. NNPC Steps Down Diesel Price
  26. Nigeria Lost $65bn To Fuel Subsidy - Ibe Kachikwu
  27. Kachikwu In Meeting With French Owned Petroleum Companies - Photos
  28. Nigeria, Biggest Benefactor From Shell
  29. OPEC Will No Longer Stabilize Oil - Kachikwu
  30. NNPC Records N33.9b Loss
  31. We Have Mellowed Oil Theft In Niger Delta - Navy
  32. Kachikwu Reveals Plans To Lessen Crude Oil Price
  33. $21.7bn Crude Oil Report Not Sent To Govt. - NEITI
  34. Crude Oil, Others Top Export Index
  35. Why Nigeria's Oil Belongs To North - Bugaje [VIDEO]
  36. So Shameful To Import Petroleum - Kachikwu
  37. No Increase In Fuel Price – PPPRA
  38. Nigeria’s Oil Production Falls
  39. FG Gets N611bn From Onne - Umana
  40. Crude Oil Report Missing - Reps
  41. Qatar: Oil Prices On The Rise
  42. P’Harcourt Refinery: NUPENG Threatens Strike
  43. Petroleum Marketers In Ekiti Suspend Strike
  44. Opec To Legalise Oil Cut With Non-opec – Scribe
  45. N5 Levy: NUPENG Warns Senate
  46. Oil Exploration Is A Duty – NNPC
  47. Too Early For Nigerian Oil Cut - OPEC
  48. What We Will Do To Oil Companies – Militants
  49. FG Cancels Niger Deltan Awarded Oil Blocs
  50. OPEC Extends Oil Cuts Output
  51. OPEC, Non-OPEC Members To Hold Talks On Oil Cuts
  52. NNPC Boss Highlights Steps To Ensure Uninterrupted Supply Of Fuel (Part 2) - Video
  53. NNPC Boss Highlights Steps To Ensure Uninterrupted Supply Of Fuel (Part1) - Video
  54. ExxonMobil, PENGASSAN Agree To Settle Dispute
  55. PENGASSAN Extends Strike Action Indefinitely
  56. Rehabilitation Of Port Harcourt Refinery - Oando Plc
  57. Nigeria To Explore Oil In The Chad Basin
  58. Exxonmobil Moves To Sustain Oil Production, Export As Workers Embark On Strike
  59. NEITI Begins 2015, 2016 Audit Of Oil, Gas Sector
  60. Breaking News : Fire Outbreak In Esso Exploration
  61. Shell Entangle In Bribery Scandal
  62. Provide help and get help of 100% in just 15 days
  63. Four NNPC Top Officials Get Letters Of Compulsory Retirement
  64. Dirty Diesel
  65. Russia Topples Saudi As World’s Largest Oil Producer
  66. Dangote Oil Refinery Worth $12 Billion to Open in 2019
  67. Fuel Subsidy Suspect Bags 10 Years Imprisonment
  68. Kachikwu Says Fluctuating Prices Pose No Immediate Threat
  69. Banks Scared To Invest As Nigeria's Oil Dries Up
  70. Nigeria Witnesses Increase In Production-OPEC
  71. Bonga Shut Down -SNEPCO
  72. Shell Shut Down African Pipeline
  73. Buhari Govt Approves New Business Model For Refineries
  74. Vitol Said To Offer 4 Million Barrels Of Stored Oil As Glut Ebbs
  75. Itsekiri Leaders Confirm Presence Of Toxic Wastes In Koko
  76. Oil Pipelines Explode In Rivers State
  77. NNPC Lost N197 Billion In 2016
  78. Petrol Subsidy Back
  79. No Need For Panic Buying Of Fuel, Nnpc Tells Nigerians
  80. Shell Confirms Indictment Request
  81. Shell, Eni Ask Nigeria To Lift Forfeiture On Opl 245
  82. New Fuel Hike - Petrol
  83. Niger Delta Communities Seek 50% Oil Bloc From FG
  84. System Collapse, Gas Constraints Worsen Power Supply Situation
  85. Just In: Navy Hands Over 12 Oil ThievesTo EFCC
  86. Operation "Tsare Teku" To End Piracy In Niger Delta
  87. Slain Oil Worker Is Buried In Lagos
  88. Nigeria Struggles To Boost Oil Output; That’s Good News For OPEC
  89. Kachikwu - Nigeria To Stop Fuel Importion By 2019
  90. Oil Firms Bid For NNPC Crude Oil
  91. NAN, NNPC To Tackle Pipeline Vandalism
  92. Chevron Gets 14 Days Ultimatum - Community
  93. Saudi Arabia Oil Minister : We look Forward To Work With Trump
  94. How was life in Saudi Arabia before oil was found?
  95. Suleja Depot Fire Outbreak Will Not Affect Fuel Supply: NNPC
  96. FG Will Not Increase Pump Price Of Petrol - NNPC
  97. Fuel Scarcity Looms As Marketers Stop Importation - FG Says No Increment
  98. NPC resumes loading of petroleum products nationwide
  99. Thousands Of Mexicans Protest Against Gas Price Increase
  100. Tinubu, Dantata, Cole, Ogah, Others Clinch Nigeria’s 1.3mbd Oil Lifting Deal
  101. PETAN honours Shell, MD SNEPC
  102. Why India, Europe Slash Imports Of Nigerian Oil
  103. (NEITI) Lauds Nigeria’s Exit From Cash Call, Says N2.3tn Was Paid In Five Years
  104. Nigeria Strikes Oil In Boko Haram-Ravaged Area
  105. Nigeria Claims $4.7 Billion Lost Due To Oil Attacks
  106. Nigeria Discovers Oil In Former Boko Haram Heartland
  107. Nigeria, Set To Benefit Most From Opec Cut, Struggles To Cash In
  108. How Nigeria's Distributable Revenue Fell By 7.8 Percent In November
  109. Nigeria Gets $1.7bn Discount On Cash Call Arrears
  110. Risks to new oil deal – Kachikwu
  111. Unions Seek Inclusion Of Workers’ Interests in PIB
  112. Libya and Nigeria’s Oil Production Bloom Threat To OPEC
  113. NNPC, Oil Companies Sign Agreement To End Joint Venture Payment
  114. Nigeria’s oil output near 1.8 mln bpd – Kachikwu
  115. FG, Oil Companies End JVC Agreement
  116. Nigeria Regains Its Africa’s Top Oil Producer Status – OPEC
  117. Fg Finally Signs $5.1 Bn Deal With 5 Iocs To Clear Jv Cash Call Payments
  118. Nigeria Signs $5.1 Billion Deal With Oil Majors To Clear Debts
  119. NNPC, oil companies sign agreement to end JVC
  120. Figures Of The Week: Nigeria’s 2017 Budget
  121. Update 2-nigeria Signs $5.1 Billion Deal With Five Oil Companies To Clear Unpaid Bills
  122. Nigeria Loses $4.8 Billion In Oil Revenue Because Of Militant Attacks In 2016
  123. Update 2-nigeria Flags Oil Output Rise Ahead Of Debt Deal With Majors
  124. Nigeria Oil Production Is Close To 1.8 Mln Bpd -oil Minister
  125. NCDMB, Agip To Partner On Project
  126. Nigeria Regains Africa’s Top Oil Producer Status
  127. Why Nigerians ‘ll Become Poorer With Rising Oil Prices
  128. There’re really no men of God in Nigeria – Oyegbami, economist
  129. $1b Eurobonds: Search For Dollars Continues
  130. There’s An Invisible Cost To Nigeria’s Oil Spill Disasters
  131. The Renewed Bid for National Shipping Line
  132. Omotola Becomes NLPGA Ambassador
  133. Group Insists On Transparency In Oil Companies Dealings With Government
  134. NCDMB Backs Solewant’s $15m Africa’s Largest Coating Plant
  135. Budget 2017 Gets Boost As Oil Price hits $58
  136. NLNG Gives 5-yr Gas Market Expansion Strategy
  137. India, US, Spain purchased N1.9trn crude oil from Nigeria
  138. Iran Says Oil To Stay Between $50-$55
  139. Kachikwu Says Global Oil Reduction Deal Will Work As ‘everybody Is Hurting
  140. Oil Deal Will Stick As 'everybody Is Hurting', Says Nigerian Oil Minister
  141. Tanzania, Nigeria's Dangote Reach Natural Gas Supply Deal
  142. Multi-billion Dollar Moas Signed To Develop Nigeria's Oil, Gas Infrastructure
  143. NNPC records N104.68bn from crude oil sales in October
  144. 37.5% of Nigerian-owned vessels operating in oil & gas industry – NCDMB
  145. Forte Oil leads Gainers, Financial Stocks lift Turnover By N10.6 Billion
  146. Oil Prices Soar To $58 On Global Output Cut Deal
  147. Oil Prices Jump On New Output Deal
  148. Nigeria, Four Others ban Europe’s dirty Fuel imports
  149. Women in LPG Target 40m Homes in Nigeria Before 2030
  150. NUPENG Gives Notice of 3-day Warning Strike In Jan 2017
  151. Nigeria loses $200 investments – PENGASSAN
  152. Nupeng Gives Three-day Warning Strike Notice
  153. Oil Workers Must Not Lose Jobs, Unions Insist
  154. Reps summon NNPC, Shell, others over $17bn stolen crude
  155. Women in LPG Target 40m Homes in Nigeria Before 2030
  156. Rainy Day - (OPEC)
  157. Morocco- Nigeria’s Cooperation Carries Immense Economic Prospects for West Africa
  158. Nigeria Hopes To Maintain Oil Output At At Least 1.9 Mbpd – Kachikwu
  159. NNPC and Total JV begin gas supply to Alaoji Power Plant
  160. Hyperdynamics signs LoI with SAPETRO for 20% interest in its Guinea concession
  161. Omotola Becomes Brand Ambassador For Nigeria Liquefied Petroleum Gas Association (NLPGA)
  162. Update 1-iea's Birol Says Entering Period Of Price Volatility After Opec Cut
  163. Oil Keeps Rising After OPEC Output Deal
  164. REFILE-COLUMN-The Return of OPEC
  165. Expect Earnings Recovery for Energy ETFs
  166. Fed’s Kaplan: U.S. Oil Output Could Reach 11 Million Barrels a Day or More
  167. Nigeria’s Oil Minister Optimistic Over An OPEC Deal Today
  168. Nigeria lost 130m barrels of crude to 32 militant groups in 2016 – OPTS
  169. Domestic gas to increase to 3m tons per year-NLNG
  170. Buhari Accuses Engineers Of Involvement In Pipeline Vandalism
  171. Navy Intensifies Clampdown on Crude Oil Thieves in Niger Delta
  172. FG spent $1bn on kerosene subsidy in 2015 – Osinbajo
  173. Nigeria Loses N130m Barrels Of Crude Oil To 32 Militant Groups In 2016
  174. Nigeria Loses 130m Barrels of Crude Oil to 32 Militant Groups This Year
  175. Fitch: Nigerian Oil Sector Suffering from Security, Regulation, Weak Infrastructure
  176. Fg Plans 1,000-km Pipeline As It Looks To Import Crude From Niger Republic
  177. 224 Firms Bid For Nnpc Crude Oil Lifting Contracts
  178. Militant Group Claims Responsibility For Sunday Pipeline Blast In Delta State
  179. Federal Government To Build 1,000-km Pipeline To Import Crude Oil From Niger Republic
  180. NNPC to Build 1,000km Pipeline from Niger Republic
  181. Refineries get N162bn crude oil in eight months
  182. Nigeria’s Oil Minister Has Eye On Shale As Opec Readies Cuts
  183. Jonathan, Buhari’s policies plunged Nigeria into recession – Ezekwesili
  184. Niger Delta militants claim attack on state-owned NNPC's oil pipeline
  185. Nigerian Workers Raise Alarm Over Continuous Segregation, Sack
  186. NNPC parleys Niger over crude oil supply to Kaduna refinery
  187. FCMB, NEPC boost non-oil export
  188. FG to import crude oil from Niger Republic, plans 1,000-km pipeline
  189. NNPC Rehabilitates Gas Pipeline Supplying Northern Industries
  190. NNPC: Why We Want Alternative Crude Source for Kaduna Refinery
  191. Gunmen Kill Anambra Oil Magnate’s Aide
  192. Nigerian Crude Not Abandoned Commodity – NNPCB
  193. Nigeria’s Oil Minister Has Eye on Shale as OPEC Readies Cuts
  194. Nigeria To Resume Sale Of Crude To U.s. As 224 Firms Bid
  195. Africa: Shell Tries to Dodge Responsibility for Nigeria Oil Spills.
  196. Kachikwu has eye on shale as OPEC readies
  197. Nigeria eyes U.S. shale as OPEC Readies Oil cuts
  198. Kachikwu Has Eye On Shale As OPEC Readies Cuts
  199. Nigeria Considers Importing Crude Oil From Niger Due To Militant Attacks
  200. Buhari Orders NNPC To buy oil from Niger Republic
  201. Jonathan, Buhari’s policies plunged Nigeria into recession – Ezekwesili
  202. Senate Gives Iocs, NNPC Ultimatum To Submit Details Of Joint Venture Cash Calls Shortfall
  203. Corruption: Beyond The Nigerian Oil Industry
  204. Nigeria's Peace Talks With Oil Rebels Deadlocked
  205. Senate C’ttee Orders IOCs to Submit Details of Shortfall on Cash Call Operations
  206. 4 Nigerian Security Officers Killed While Guarding Oil & Gas Pipeline
  207. Nigerian Lawmakers Speak Against 2017 Draft Budget
  208. Eland Completes Production Testing At Opuama-3 In Oml 40
  209. Oil Firms Set To Announce New Investments In Nigeria’s Oil Sector – Min
  210. Regardless Of OPEC, Oil Will Eventually Rally
  211. Senate Queries Kachikwu Over $115b Oil, Gas Deal
  212. Nigeria’s Oil Output Rises To 1.9mbd —kachikwu
  213. Cash call: Nigeria gets $1.7bn discount from IOCs
  214. ‘OPEC ‘ll strike Supply Cut Deal’
  215. Senate Queries Kachikwu Over $115b Oil, Gas Deal
  216. OPEC Plans To Debate Oil Output Cut Next Week
  217. NNPC, Shell sign MoUs With Nigerian Banks for $2.2bn Contractor Financing Support
  218. Opec Moves Closer To Oil Output Deal As Iran Gets New Offer
  219. Iran Beats S Arabia In India Oil Supply Drive
  220. Mammoth Texas Oil Discovery Biggest Ever In USA
  221. Saudi Arabia Warns Trump On Blocking Oil Imports
  222. NNPC Boss Removes Deen As Spokesman, Scraps Unit Set Up
  223. NNPC Corporation Appoints, Redeploys Management Staff
  224. Nigeria Record Increased Oil Output Ahead Opec Production Cut Talks
  225. Nigeria To Up Oil Production
  226. Opec Oil Output Increased By 230,000 Barrels To Record 33.8mln Daily
  227. Shell Says Protests Shut Flow Station On Nigerian Escravos Oil Line
  228. Eu To Retain Tariff On Non-oil Exports From Nigeria
  229. Villagers’ Siege Forces Shell To Shut Oil Station
  230. Techno Oil To Build Nigeria’s Biggest Lpg Terminal
  231. Kachikwu Launches 3 Law Books On Oil Next Week
  232. Nigeria’s Gas Output Can Deliver 32 Gw Of Power
  233. Why Cooking Gas Price Is High In Bonny
  234. Oil Up On Recovery After Trump Win
  235. Iran Begins Oil Production At Yaran Field
  236. Militants Bomb Oil Pipeline Again
  237. Egypt: Saudi Oil Shipments Halted Indefinitely
  238. Techno Oil, CAKASA Sign Deal On LPG Plant
  239. NNPC Mega Stations Increase Fuel Price By N4/litre
  240. Militants Attack Nigeria’s Trans Forcados Pipeline, Again
  241. Fresh Attack - Oil Leak From Agip’s Field Pollutes Bayelsa Communities
  242. Total Eyes Solar Plants In Nigeria, Begins Gas Supply
  243. Nigerian Oil Production Back To Normal ?
  244. Eland Oil & Gas PLC Updated Presentation
  245. Oil Rises After Nigerian Pipeline Attack
  246. Nigerian Oil Prices Find Floor After Falls On Supply Glut woes
  247. Oil Company Tasks SMES On Succession Plan
  248. Oil Rebounds From Five-Week Lows In Nigeria - Weaker Dollar
  249. PetroSA Loss To Be Discussed In Parly
  250. Why Militants Bomb Nigerian Oil Pipeline