This followed the presidential policy directive that strengthens Nigerian Upstream Petroleum Regulatory Commission (NUPRC)’s power to approve and regulate integrated upstream operations.
Farouk Ahmed, the Authority Chief Executive of NMDPRA, said the reduction represents about 33.58 percent daily.
NMDPRA Chief Executive, Farouk Ahmed, said this during an interactive session with Commissioners of the Revenue Mobilisation Allocation and Fiscal Commission (RMAFC) Friday in Abuja.
Ahmed Farouk, Chief Executive, NMDPRA, disclosed this at a stakeholders meeting with oil and gas downstream operators.
NSCDC Spokesperson, Kogi Command, Alex Agiri, who disclosed this in Lokoja on Friday, said the operatives of the command arrested them in Lokoja, Idah, Ankpa, Dekina, and Ajaokuta Local Government Areas of the state.
Justice Inyang gave the directive shortly after counsel to NMDPRA, Ama Etuwewe, SAN, sought an adjournment to enable him respond to Mobil’s application.
The NMDPRA said that the importers must meet regulations as stipulated by the Petroleum Industry Act, 2021.
The indicting letter to the Military High Command was signed by the Authority’s Chief Executive, Farouk Ahmed.
The Authority Chief Executive, Alhaji Farouk Ahmed, revealed this position at a news conference in Abuja on Friday.
Kimchi Apollo, General Manager, Corporate Communications and Stakeholders Management, revealed this on Thursday in Abuja.
PENGASSAN said the Nigerian Midstream and Downstream Petroleum Regulatory Authority (NMDPRA) should immediately mobilise its staff in various locations nationwide to monitor compliance and anyone found wanting, should have their licences revoked to serve as a deterrent.
In a statement, issued Friday in Abuja, Sylva said that President Muhammadu Buhari had not approved rise in the pump price of PMS as being bandied around.
The Team Lead, Distribution Systems Storage and Retailing Infrastructure of NMDPRA, Joy Koro said this during a monitoring and surveillance exercise in Uyo Friday.
Mike Osatuyi, the IPMAN’s National Operations Controller, gave the assurance in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Lagos on Thursday.
Ahmed Farouk, Chief Executive of NMDPRA, gave the assurance during a stock monitoring exercise within depots in Lagos Wednesday.
According to the Unit spokesperson, Theophilus Duniya, the drivers of the trucks escaped upon sighting customs officers on patrol.
Officials of the Nigerian Midstream and Downstream Petroleum Regulatory Authority disclosed this on Tuesday in Abuja.
The threat followed the persistent fuel scarcity being witnessed in the FCT, its environs and other parts of the country.
The President/Chief Executive, Dangote Group, Aliko Dangote, made this disclosure at an oil and gas summit in Lagos
To avoid this, the petrol marketers association asked the Federal Government to prevail on the Nigerian Midstream and Downstream Petroleum Regulatory Authority to pay its members their outstanding bridging claims amounting to over N500 billion.