Adamawa/Taraba customs intercept N98.3m worth of goods
The Adamawa/Taraba States customs command recently intercepted 330 kilogrammes of Pangolin scales, 33,000 litres of petroleum products as well as assorted foreign rice valued at N98.3 million.
Australian Billionaire forrest wants to end worldwide plastic waste
Andrew Forrest, chairman of the Minderoo Foundation, a philanthropic organisation, discusses his plans to shift plastics manufacturing to recycling rather than using petroleum. The initiative is called "Sea the Future." Forrest, the billionaire founder of Fortescue Metals Group Ltd., speaks with Shery Ahn and Paul Allen on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia."
Inside the bidding war for Anadarko
Anadarko Petroleum is under pressure from investors to explain why it agreed to a takeover offer from Chevron despite it being substantially lower than Occidental Petroleum’s $38 billion proposal. Occidental went public with its offer Wednesday and said it was essentially the same one made in January last year.
Nigeria's Kachikwu doesn't see 'Anything Dramatic' coming from OPEC
Nigerian Minister of State for Petroleum Emmanuel Ibe Kachikwu discusses global oil market demand, Nigerian corruption, and the impact of shale oil on OPEC production.
Brent seen at $69 average in 2018, $63 in 2019, JPMorgan says
Scott Darling, regional head of oil and gas at JPMorgan Chase & Co., talks about oil prices and this week's meeting of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries.
Petroleum supply - tanker drivers threaten industrial action
Petroleum supply - tanker drivers threaten industrial action.
Northern Nigeria oil exploration: Problems and prospects
Nigeria's Minister of State for Petroleum Emmanuel Ibe Kachikwu says oil exploration in the Northeast of the country is for the good of the nation, but many are questioning the country's continued search for crude in the region.