Niger Delta Petroleum Resources Ltd is a wholly owned subsidiary of Niger Delta Exploration & Production Plc (NDEP). NDEP is a publicly owned, integrated Independent Oil and Gas focused Investment Company, with a range of assets Niger Delta Exploration & Production Plc (NDEP) is Nigeria’s first integrated oil and gas investment company. Founding Chairman, Late Chief
A series of attacks on Nigeria’s oil infrastructure has pushed its output of crude close to a 22-year low, Reuters data shows, putting intense pressure on the country’s finances. Shell workers at Nigeria’s Bonga oilfield in the southern Niger Delta were evacuated following a militant threat, a senior labour union official said on Monday, while
Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari pledged to clean up Ogoniland and other parts of the Nation’s Oil rich Niger Delta, vastly damaged by frequent crude oil spills. Buhari made the pledge during a maiden visit at the United Nations office in Kenyan Capital Nairobi in Conclusion of his three day state visit to East African Nation.
A crude oil pipeline belonging to Eni SPA, an Italian multinational Oil and gas company in the Nigerian oil rich Niger delta exploded, killing 12 workers on site. The men were part of a maintenance team, including security and environment officials, carrying out repairs on Thursday afternoon on the Tebidaba-Clough Creek line near the town of Azuzuama
Nigeria’s armed group which has claimed responsibility of bombing oil pipelines in the Niger Delta told the nation’s authorities it may turn violent if companies continue to operate in the region. Niger Delta Avengers (NDA) in a statement published on its website said that the oil companies must not carry out any repair works on
Nigeria security sources has confirmed that an explosion rocked a Chevron oil pipeline in Nigeria’s restive Delta region . The second blast at a facility of the U.S. oil major within a week, confirms the fears a revived militant campaign in the area. The swamps of the southern Delta have been hit by a series
The number of casualties after an oil product pipeline explosion in Nigeria has reached 200 as people from local communities have gathered to protest the negligence of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation which, they allege to be the reason for the explosion. The pipeline exploded after it caught fire near the Aba Depot last week.
Following disruptions of the oil flows on the pipeline feeding the Forcados terminal in Nigeria, the facility faces more than two weeks of delays of oil cargo loadings, and no official June or July loading schedules have been released yet, trading sources told Platts on Tuesday. The flow of crude oil to the Forcados terminal is
Nigeria Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Dr Ibe Kachikwu said the effects of security challenges in oil and gas sector had affected all sectors of the country’s economy. Kachikwu was speaking at the 17th International Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) Biennial Conference on the Oil and Gas Industry the capital Lagos. The theme of
King Emere Godwin Bebe Okpabi holds up a plastic bottle containing contaminated water from his community in Nigeria, proof of oil pollution that he blames on Royal Dutch Shell — and on which he hopes a London court will deliver justice. “My people are drinking this water,” said the tribal king of the Ogale community