Host Communities Of Nigeria Producing Oil And Gas
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The Nigerian government says it has cut down drastically on its daily production of crude oil following the crash of the commodity's price on the global market.
Amid fear of global recession following the fall in the price of petroleum, Mele Kyari, Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC)'s general managing director, has warned of beckoning tough times.
Femi Gbajabiamila says Nigeria loses 400,000 barrels of crude daily. The lawmaker made the disclosure during a public hearing on oil theft on Tuesday, March 10.
The collapse of a long-time alliance between two of the world's oil-rich nations, Saudi Arabia and Russia has lead to a crash in oil prices. Since 2016, both countries have worked together to control output and support prices.
Nigerian business guru and philanthropist Femi Otedola on Wednesday, February 19, gave a situation report on Aliko Dangote’s multi-billion-dollar refinery and petrochemical unit after visiting the site.