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Nwaozuzu, former British Chevening Scholar, PTDF Ph.D. Scholar, and deputy-director at Emerald Energy Institute for Energy & Petroleum Economics, Policy, & Strategic Studies, University of Port Harcourt. Email: cnwaozuzu@ gmail.com. Tel: 070 6874 3617 (SMS Only)

By Prof chijioke Nwaozuzu   For more than a century, fossil fuels have accounted for a larger proportion of global energy supply

Hydrogen has long been used across several industries, including the process for converting heavy petroleum extracts into lighter,

In 2009, Margaret Atwood wrote a piece titled ‘The Future without Oil’ for a  German Newspaper, Die Zeit. In that famous article, she

Unconventional gas resources (shale gas reserves) have existed for several decades, but its production had been hampered by lack of

Most refineries in Africa tend to be medium to large-scale refineries, perhaps because of the state of technology at the time they

The issue of deregulation of petrol (PMS) price has been a contentious issue for over two decades, as well as the deregulation of the

Oil revenue has been and still is the mainstay of the national economy and is likely to remain so for a long time to come, as it

Environmental concerns have made the use of natural gas very attractive. Surging electricity demand is also one of the major drivers

The key to extensive international trade in natural gas lies in developing global integrated/substantial pipeline grids, and

The Nigerian economy has borne the huge burden of subsidy payments on petroleum products. Massive importation of light petroleum