By Bukola Odufade, with agency report Global carbon emissions reached 33.1 gigatons last year, breaking their previous record, despite

Rocky Mountain Institute’s James Sherwood and Sachi Garber shared their thoughts with business a.m. BUKOLA ODUFADE on Nigeria’s

Aiteo, Eroton and Newcross, three of Nigeria’s oil independents are losing as much as 40 percent of their crude production to oil

Nigeria still flares 800 million standard cubic feet of natural gas daily, despite the persistent call for an end to the practice,

Nigerians view electricity as a right, and not as a utility to be adequately paid for. Electricity is perceived as a due and not as a

Nigeria recorded a downtick in active drilling oil rigs to 13 in August after a record high of 16 in the month before. According to

Analysts have weighed in on Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission’s (NERC) comment that it would not review electricity

Oil prices rose on Tuesday as Brent crude traded at $78.71 per barrel, amid reports that Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries

The world carbon gap is declining “at a snail’s pace,” despite apparent investment benefit of effective carbon

Nigeria’s crude oil production rose by 70,000 barrels per day in the most of August reaching 1.87 million barrels per day from a July