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Singapore to tighten controls in marine fuels supply chain

IMO sulfur cap: Get ready now, official tells shipowners

By Jite Eriabie An official of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) has advised shipowners across the world to “get ready now” as there won’t...

Exxon's quarterly profit soar on higher oil prices

Exxon to become Indonesia’s top crude producer – Official

Exxon Mobil Corp, the world’s largest publicly traded international oil and gas company Indonesian unit, is set to become the country’s biggest crude oil...

China’s two biggest shipbuilders plan merger

China sacks senior shipbuilding official over graft

The General Manager, China Shipbuilding Industry Corp (CSIC), Sun Bo, has been fired by China’s anti-graft agency after an investigation found he had accepted bribes...

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Chinese companies make N100m Nigerian investment in 10 months- Official

The Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Abuja, Economic and Commercial Counsellor, Zhao Linxiang, says Chinese companies have in the first 10 months of 2018,...

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36 years after commissioning, Kaduna refinery obsolete – Official

The Managing Director of the Kaduna Refining and Petrochemical Company, (KPRC) Engr. Adewale Ladenegan says the refinery is obsolete as it has not been upgraded since it...

Nasarawa airport ready May 2019 - Official

Nasarawa airport ready May 2019 – Official

The Nasarawa State airport project will be completed in May 2019, Project Site Engineer, Odeh Okopi, has said. Okopi made the disclosure when the Nasarawa State House of...

Coastguard recover 1,124 migrants in Mediterranean Sea

EU to help Nigeria tackle illegal migration- Official

The European Union (EU) Deputy Head of Delegation, Richard Young, has said the bloc will partner with Nigeria to evolve solutions to illegal migration. He made the...

Investigation: Massive infrastructural decay discovered at Agbor railway terminal, as Warri-Ajaokuta route remain uncompleted

NRC seeks permanent solution to people sitting atop moving trains- Official

The Nigerian Railway Corporation (NRC) has said it is drawing up measures to put a stop to people from sitting on top of moving trains or hanging to coaches in Lagos...