As the current state of the oil industry portrays an optimistic outlook, what can Nigeria learn from the famous story of Noah who did not wait for the rain to build his ark?
The accelerated pace of the global shift from crude oil to renewable and clean energy-powered technologies, such as solar and electric cars, has mounted concerns over the future of Nigeria’s oil-dependent economy. Recently, some industry leaders and technologically advanced nations have shown serious commitmeRead More
The volatility of oil price in the last few years has continued to put pressure on government’s revenue projection and on profit margins of the oil and gas companies. The global shift from crude oil to renewable and clean energy powered technologies, such as solar and electric cars, has mounted concerns over the future of Nigeria’s oil-dependent economy. Soon, the entire global community will adopt the clean energy source not only for being responsible to the planet but for the coRead More
Mobil Oil Nigeria Plc has changed its name to 11 Plc, an official has said.
A notice dated August 8, posted to the Nigerian Stock Exchange, NSE, and signed by Godstime Iwenekhai, Acting Head, Listings Regulation Department, said the company has since obtained a new Certificate of Incorporation from the Corporate Affairs Commission, CAC, bearing the new name.
“Dealing Members are hereby notified that Mobil Oil Nigeria Plc has changed its name to 11 Plc (pronounced as &ldqRead More
The Federal Government has stated that following the need for diversification and sustainability of economic growth in the country, it deems it expedient to solve problems of manufacturers in a way that can benefit all Nigerians.
Speaking during a facility tour of May & Baker Nigeria Plc, Fidson Pharmaceuticals Plc at Otta and Kimberly Clark Nigeria, the Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment, Dr Okechukwu Enelamah, said the Federal Government is serious and committed about reRead More
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The Sustainability Innovation Summit blends a mix of training and creative process work designed to strengthen, sRead More
APM Terminals is one of the world’s largest port and terminal operators which also provides cargo support and container inland services. It is the largest port and terminal operating company in terms of overall geographic scope, operating a Global Terminal Network with interests in 63 operating port and terminal facilities in 39 countries on five continents. Additionally, there are seven new port projects in development, as well as over 160 inland services operations providing containerRead More
Etisalat Prize for Literature 2018 application process has started (Note: application starts in 2017). Interested applicants should read through the 2018 literature prize details below. The winner of the Etisalat Prize for Literature receives £15,000, a Samsung Galaxy Note, a Montblanc Meisterstück pen and a mentorship/fellowship programme.
Etisalat Nigeria is one of the majRead More
Global Schools is an initiative led by the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network – Youth Initiative (SDSN Youth) in support of UNESCO’s Global Action Program on Education for Sustainable Development (GAP-ESD).
“Empowering schools and teachers globally to educate children on the SDGs”
The vision of the program is to generate interest about sustainable development in schools in an effort to educate and engage students withRead More
First things first: contrary to the belief of the majority of corporate Nigeria, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is not fulfilled by corporate philanthropy. In fact, there is a clear difference between the two as succinctly stated by Peter Baines (a business consultant and philanthropist) as follows, “The differences between the two can be measured in the return that flows back to the giver.” While corporate philanthropy produces benefits including improved employee engagemeRead More
Deadline: 31 July, 2017
The Trust Conference Scholarship, a part of the Trust Conference is now open for applications inviting all applicants working in the areas of human trafficking, slavery and human rights. Priority will be given to applicants from developing countries who demonstrate their participation at Trust Conference will enhance their work in their own communities.
This year, up to 60 scholarships will be awarded to applicants from diverse discipliRead More