Nigeria exports 72 tonnes of yam

The Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development on Thursday flagged off the Nigeria Yam Export.

Nigeria’s first Diaspora Bond starts trading on London Stock Exchange

  • Nigeria raises $300 million through first Diaspora Bond

Oil pioneer Harold Hamm warns fellow producers: Don't drill yourself into oblivion



U.S. shale oil pioneer Harold Hamm on Wednesday warned that sub-$40 crude would cause many U.S. producers to stop drilling and warned fellow CEOs to exercise discipline.

Oshiomhole calls for diversification of oil, gas industry

The former Edo State Governor, Adams Oshiomole on Thursday called for the diversification of the oil and gas sector of the nation’s economy.

Fidelity Bank Head of Operations confirms Alison-Madueke’s deal with Okonkwo on $115m

. Says defendants received N264m from former Petroleum Minister  for 2015 Elections


28 ships laden with petrol, food items, others to arrive Lagos

Twenty-eight ships laden with petroleum products, food items and other goods are expected to arrive at Apapa and Tin-Can Island ports in Lagos from June 28 to July 10.

Why shippers shun Nigeria ports

Nigerian shippers may have moved their businesses out of the Nigerian ports due to complaints of high cost of doing business.

Customs assures on speedy cargo clearance

The Controller General (CG) of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), Col. Hammed Ali (rtd), has expressed the agency’s readiness to ensure speedy clearance of goods at the nation’s ports.

Shippers' Council demands Independent Ports’ regulator

The Chief Executive Officer and Executive Secretary, Nigerian Shippers Council (NSC),  Hassan Bello, has said that for the presidential order on 24 hours port operations to be achieved, the port economic regulator should be allowed to act independently from any market interest in developing rules

'Nigeria’s half-measures on currency are only half-working

A year after Nigeria scrapped a curren