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Fresh bickering is brewing between the Federal Government and international oil companies (IOCs) over plans to increase oil royalty to be paid by IOCs on deep offshore acreages, Adeola Yusuf reports     This is not the first time that major legislative proposal on oil industry has figuratively thrown...

As mainstream media revels in reporting deadly plane crashes and hijackings, little or nothing is done in cases of safe flights, even as Nigeria recorded...

The Federal Government has set a projection of multi-million dollars revenues from mineral resources as it began reforms of the sleepy sector. Minister...

The electricity sector’s daily loss worsened at the weekend hitting N1.1 billion in one day. The daily operational report of Transmission Company of...

Telecoms subscribers in Nigeria may face worse scenario in voice and data telecoms service delivery this year, New Telegraph has gathered. This is coming...

FG may allow regional flights for MMA2 There are indications that the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) would begin to plan diversion of flights...

The bulls maintained its grip on market activities yesterday as bargain hunters jostle for shares on the back of blue chip companies. Investors are currently...

The Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NiMet) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Katsina State government to provide information and data in respect of 2017 Seasonal Rainfall Prediction (SRP) and other climatic services. During the signing of the MoU at NiMet headquarters in Abuja, the outgoing Director General of NIMET, Dr. Anthony Anuforom, expressed gratitude...

After falling to nearly N500 against the dollar on the parallel market at the weekend, the naira is set to strengthen in the coming days as International...

The Federal Government has concluded plans to overhaul the Maritime Academy of Nigeria (MAN), Oron, in order to reposition it for greater efficiency. Already, a high powered committee has been set up by the Federal Ministry of Transportation to reposition the school as thousands of its cadets lack sea time experience in the industry. New Telegraph gathered that Minister...

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