The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) is expected to work with Saudi Aramco to rejig the refineries
The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has promised to be a beacon of hope and creativity in Africa's Oil and gas landscape.
The NNPC has signed MoU with Russia’s Lukoil, which happens to be one of Russia’s largest energy companies.
The NNPC has met with some Russian firms, including a state company and private entities to help bring the refineries back to life.
According to the latest Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) performance report, the amount paid on subsidizing Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) increased by N58.6 billion in April 2019.
NNPC remittance to federation account drops by N43.35 billion in July
The Federal Government has been cautioned by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to reduce spending on oil subsidy.
The Nigerian Stock Exchange will encounter a new boost following the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) decision to get oil and gas companies to list their...
Saudi Aramco, which was recently-adjudged the most profitable company in the world, has again delayed its IPO.
The salaries and allowances workers of the Ministry of Petroleum Resources and four other parastatals will earn in 2020 is N74.65 billion.