One of the aims of the Climate Impacts Research Capacity Leadership (CIRCLE) Programme is to strengthen the capacity of African scientists to undertake research on climate change and its local impacts on development
PENGASAN President, Festus Osifo, made the appeal at the inauguration of the Nigerian Upstream Cost Optimisation Programme (NUCOP), in Abuja, on Tuesday.
It also thanked Eko Hotels and Suites, Lagos State Emergency Management Authority, Chevron Nigeria Limited, United Bank for Africa PLC and Union Bank PLC for their support in the exercise.
Esimaje Brikinn, the company’s General Manager, Policy, Government and Public Affairs, made this known in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria on Sunday in Lagos.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the centre, comprising furnished offices and meeting hall, was fully funded by Chevron/NNPC Nigeria Limited.
The Nigeria Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers says it has backed down on its planned industrial action to protest against its disagreement with Chevron Nigeria Limited.
The leadership of the union after its meeting in Lagos expressed its displeasure with Chevron for reneging on the agreement reached with the union, urging workers to be on alert for strike action.
The KEFFES Rural Development Foundation has spent N350 million on community development activities for Chevron host communities in Bayelsa in 2018.
The Delta State Government has waded into the ongoing face-off between the Polobubo (Tsekelewu) community in Warri North Local Government Area of the state and Chevron Nigeria Limited.
The people of Ugborodo communities in Warri South-West Local Government Area of Delta on Monday protested over its alleged neglect by the Chevron Nigeria Limited.
Shell’s results outshone those of rivals – Exxon Mobil, Chevron and BP – which all saw sharp declines in profits in the first three months of the year as a result of lower refining margins and weaker crude and gas prices
Communities affected by oil field inferno in Ilaje Local Government Area of Ondo State have called on the Federal Government and Chevron Nigeria Ltd. to provide them relief materials.
A Federal High Court Lagos on Wednesday adjourned until April 30 the $69 million suit filed by the Federal Government of Nigeria against Chevron Petroleum Nigeria Limited, seeking to recover Oil Revenue.
The Senate Committee on Local Content has intervened in a disputed contract sum of 670,000 dollars between Chevron and Solewant a Nigerian firm involved in pipe coating for oil and gas companies.
Oil and gas workers unions are threatening industrial action over alleged plans by the management of Chevron to circumvent labour contract guidelines to sack thousands of its workers.
Before now, the feat in the sector was only thinkable by such industry giants such as Shell, Mobile and Total
The Federal Government sued Chevron Nigeria Ltd., and joined Chevron Petroleum Nigeria Ltd. as co-defendant.
Shell’s net profit in 4th Quarter tripled in 2017 from $1.8 billion to $4.3 billion
Addressing newsmen in Abuja on Thursday after a National Executive Council meeting, Igwe Achese, the NUPENG President, said the strike was inevitable because of the N3 billion terminal benefits allegedly owed some sacked oil sector workers
Documents tendered before an Abuja Federal High Court by the former Attorney General of the Federation, Mohammed Bello Adoke, in a suit brought against the Attorney General of the Federation (ref. FHC/ABJ/CS/446/2017) seeking to prove his innocence in the $1.1 billion payment to Malabu Oil and Gas Limited, show that the Federal Government may have mismanaged the revocation of OPL 245 oil block and the eventual settlement agreement reached between the Federal Government of Nigeria and Malabu Oil and Gas Limited in November 2006