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Welcome to The Department of Petroleum Resources
 
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Welcome to The Department of Petroleum Resources - To ensure the sustainable development of Nigeria’s Oil and Gas resources across the value chain for our stakeholders through effective regulation, while entrenching world class professionalism, accountability, and transparency
Department Of Petroleum Resources Defends Budgets
 
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The Department of Petroleum Resources said out of its thirty two point two billion naira ( 32.2) 2016 budget proposal, one hundred and sixty eigth point nine billion ( 168.9) will be spent on research and development. This was part of submissions by the Assistant Director, Planning and Budget, Wole Akinyosoye when he defended the 2016 budget before the House Committee on Petroleum Resources Upstream.
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NIGERIA: Department of Petroleum Resources to sanction defaulting Marketers
 
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Department of Petroleum Resources to sanction defaulting Marketers. Watch more at:#http://ewsources.com
Ogun DPR Seals 19 LPG Retail Outlets  News Across Nigeria    YouTube
 
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Ogun DPR Seals 19 LPG Retail Outlets | News Across Nigeria | Channels TV
The Department of Petroleum Resources - OGISP
 
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The Department of Petroleum Resources - Oil and Gas Industry Service Permit (OGISP)
DPR ASSURES STAKEHOLDERS OF EFFICIENT MANAGEMENT OF NIGERIA'S HYDROCARBON RESOURCES.
 
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The Deputy Director and Head Upstream Division, Mrs. Pat Maseli was the team lead and guest speaker at the weekly DPR Half Hour Radio Program on FRCN. She was accompanied by two of her senior team members, Mr. Ovadje Obukaroro ( Asst. Dir. Exploration) and Mr. Babajide Fasina (Asst. Dir. Operations) in the Upstream Monitoring & Regulation Division of the Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) Lagos headquarters. The trio led by the Head of Division, Mrs. Pat Maseli enlightened stakeholders and shared valuable information on the activities of the Upstream Division, from Seismic acquisition to Exploration, Operations, Marginal Fields and Indigenous Operators and Resources Management. The following except is extremely valuable for stakeholders and interested parties in the activities of the Upstream sub sector in the Nigerian Oil and Gas industry value-chain. To Listen to complete Radio Show Click Here - https://www.dpr.gov.ng/radio-show/
Department of Petroleum Resources Seals Up 2 Filling Stations Who Hoarded Or Diverted The Product
 
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The Department of Petroleum Resources has sealed up two private filling stations and dispensed the product free in another fuel station all in Suleja, Niger State. Reports show that they allegedly hoarded or diverted the product.
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Minister of State Petroleum Resources on Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation
 
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The Minister of State Petroleum Resources Ibe Kachukwu has fielded questions from the joint senate committees on Petroleum upstream and gas on the matter on the recent move to unbundle the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation NNPC.
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Watch Department Of Petroleum Resources Seals Petrol Stations In Abuja
 
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The Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) has sealed off five filing stations in the federal capital territory, Abuja for sharp practices including hoarding, under dispensing and selling above government approved pump price.
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House ADHOC COmmittee Investigate Department of Petroleum Resources
 
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the house adhoc committee investigating the alleged 17 billion dollars thief in the crude oil and Liquidified Natural Gas Sector has criticized the inability of the Department of Petroleum Resources DPR to tender the bank statement of the federal reserve bank and other documents that will aid its investigations.
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Dept of Petroleum Resources, Encourages Nigerians to Use Liquefied Petroleum Gas
 
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ENUGU STATE GOVERNMENT SAYS IT WILL CREATE NECESSARY REGULATORY FRAMEWORK TO EASE ESTABLISHMENT OF GAS PLANTS IN THE STATE. THE STATE COMMISSIONER, ENUGU CAPITAL TERRITORY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY, ECTDA, CHIDI AROH STATED THIS IN A GOODWILL MESSAGE TO A SENSITIZATION WORKSHOP ON THE USE OF LIQUEFIED PETROLEUM GAS ORGANISED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF PETROLEUM RESOURCES IN ENUGU.
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Nigeria Petroleum Sector 2017 Podcast
 
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The Hounourable Minister of State's 2017 Podcast
DPR TV SHOW Episode 3 (Focus on Downstream Sector)
 
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This is the Online Channel of your favorite TV Show that addresses the Petroleum Industry Regulation - Powered by : Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR)
Nigerians Challenge DPR To Enforce Implementation Of  Fuel Price Reduction
 
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Despite the reduction of petrol pump price by the federal government, some filling stations around the country still sell the product at N97, thereby prompting Nigerians to challenge the Department of Petroleum Resources. For more information log on to http://www.channelstv.com
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DPR  Oil and  Gas Weekly  Program Episode 2 18 OCT 2018
 
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Live News Broadcast from Nigerian Television Authority. Abuja, Nigeria More from NTA at Website: http://www.nta.ng/ Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/NTANewsNow Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NTANetworkNews Email: [email protected] To license this and other NTA content, e-mail :[email protected], [email protected] And Remember to SUBSCRIBE to our Channel to get updates on Live Streams
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DPR Monitors Fuel Stations In Abuja | News Across Nigeria
 
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DPR Monitors Fuel Stations In Abuja | News Across Nigeria | Department of Petroleum Resources Video Credit : Channels TV
Watch As Department of Petroleum Resources Seals Off Filling Stations
 
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The Department of Petroleum Resources, dpr has sealed some petrol stations in the federal capital territory, abuja for alleged hoarding and selling of adulterated petroleum products. This was during an inspection by the department mie ogidi reports.
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eNCA | Nigeria's Oil Industry Affected by Extreme Weather
 
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For more stories visit http://www.enca.com/videos October 24 -- The Department of Petroleum Resources has said the recent drop in the country's oil production is due to heavy rains and flooding in the Niger Delta. The department says the drop, which is close to 20 percent, is likely to affect the 2013 national budget.
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FUEL SCARCITY IN NIGERIA: NNPC, DPR UNCOVER ILLEGAL FUEL RESEVIOURS IN ABUJA - LATEST NEWS IN NAIJA
 
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FUEL SCARCITY IN NIGERIA, NNPC, DPR UNCOVER ILLEGAL FUEL RESEVIOURS IN ABUJA, LATEST NEWS IN NIGERIA A combined team of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) and security agents on Sunday uncovered illegal reservoirs of fuel in Abuja. Speaking at the site of the mini depot, the Group Managing Director of the NNPC, Dr Maikanti Baru, said it was saddening to make such discoveries in the city center when less than 500 meters away, motorists were on endless queues. Hundreds of jerry cans, 200-liter drums, and 500 liter tanks were uncovered in a sting operation by the team in the city center. According to him, the perpetrators have caused untold pain and hardship on Nigerians during a crucial season as Christmas. We got an intelligence report of these mini depots and as you can see, these golf cars that are supposed to have 40 litres have tanks that can take 200 liters of petrol We are handing them over to the Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps, because the DPR has no capabilities to prosecute. “We will test for forensic analysis and we will pursue the case to court. nigerian newspapers , naija news , latest news in nigeria , nigeria news today , nigeria breaking news , nigerian newspapers today , latest nigerian news , breaking news in nigeria today , nigeria newspaper online , latest news in nigeria today , nigerian newspapers online , current news in nigeria , nigeria today , latest naija news , naija news today ,
Senate investigates Nigeria's Petroleum Minister, Kachikwu, over alleged irregularities in oil, gas
 
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The Senate on Wednesday mandated its Committee on Petroleum Resources (Upstream) to investigate issues relating to ongoing lease renewals in the oil and gas sector of the economy. It is believed that process is being undertaken by the Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Dr Ibe Kachikwu and the Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR). The resolution followed consideration of a motion by Sen. Omotayo Alasoadura (APC Ondo) and three other senators. The motion was entitled “Irregularities in Ongoing Oil and Gas Lease Renewal and Massive Loss of Government Revenue”. Leading debate on the motion, Alasoadura said that the Committee on Petroleum Resources had since December, 2017 been inundated with petitions and complaints over alleged multiplicity of irregularities surrounding the renewal of oil and gas leases. He said there were also allegations that Kachikwu was granting illegal discounts and rebates in the exercise. Alasoadura added that “the action of the Minister of State is capable of short-changing the country and denying the Federation the appropriate revenue accruable from the renewal of the leases. “The Minister and the Department of Petroleum Resources were proceeding to renew leases of companies that had brazenly and illegally refused to pay royalties from oil and gas lifted by the companies in contravention of extant laws. “Under the provision of extant laws, failure to pay royalties is a ground for revocation of leases and a legal barrier to renewal of applicable leases. “There is a subsisting legal framework and due process mandated by extant law for the renewal of leases that are due,” he said.
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Nigeria: nnpc, dpr clampdown on seven illegal filling stations in abuja - all of the latest oil and
 
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Nigeria: nnpc, dpr clampdown on seven illegal filling stations in abuja - all of the latest oil and gas news-find oil and gas jobs …Dispense Free Fuel to Abuja Motorists In a bid to curb diversion of Premium Motor Spirit (petrol) by unscrupulous marketers, a team monitoring fuel distribution made up s of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) and Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) has intensified its clampdown on illegal filling stations known for receiving diverted products and selling same to motorists at cut-throat prices in Abuja and environs. So far, be... --------------------- DONT FORGET SUBSCRIBE FOR ME : https://goo.gl/7eYD9Z
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DPR TV SHOW Episode 4 (Focus on Planning)
 
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This is the Online Channel of your favorite TV Show that addresses the Petroleum Industry Regulation - Powered by DPR
DPR Explores Technology To Improve Service Delivery  Part1
 
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The Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) in Nigeria, saddled with the responsibility of ensuring compliance to petroleum laws, regulations and guidelines in the Oil and Gas Industry, is exploring the use of computer in its service delivery, with a view to ending some of the challenges in the sector. Seles providers often times are made to face time consuming processes, resulting in delay in product delivery, which has a multiplier effect on the availability of the product. On Channels Television’s programme, Sunrice Daily, on Tuesday, a senior official of the DPR, Mr George Osahon, said that with the computerisation, what sales providers in the industry do manually would be achieved with the use of a computer in their comfort zone within a short period of time. "We are going computerised. People will go online, fill the form, pay and even collect their certificates online. Everything is done online. "That is what we want to introduce to members of the public and if they get any challenge with the online process, there is a number to call. If you go on our website, part of it will tell you that if you have any questions to ask us, fill the forms and we will respond. Any question you have about the industry, we will respond to you," he said. for more information, visit www.channelstv.com
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Ribadu report was not verified -- DPR Director PT 4
 
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The Director of the Department of Petroleum Resources, Mr Osten Olorunsola has stated that some of the facts in the submitted report were not verified with relevant bodies in the oil and gas sector before a final position was taken on it.
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Nigerian Government Reduce Fuel Price
 
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The Nigerian government has announced a reduction in the fuel price of petrol from N97 per litre to N87 per litre. The Minister of Petroleum Resources, Diezani Alison-Madueke, said at a press conference at the presidential villa, Abuja, on Sunday that the new price regime would take effect at midnight today. Mrs. Alison-Madueke said the N10 reduction in fuel price was necessitated by the reduction in crude oil prices in the international market. The Petroleum Product Pricing Regulatory Agency [PPPRA] and the Department of Petroleum Resources [DPR] have been asked to enforce strict compliance with the new pricing regime as soon as it becomes effective, the minister said. The new measure is a reversal of government’s policy on the matter. The Minister of Finance, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, had insisted on December 17 that Nigeria would not reduce the pump price of fuel despite falling oil prices at the international market, until the revenue crisis occasioned by the dwindling oil rates is over. Mrs. Okonjo-Iweala said at the time that the decision to review fuel price either upwards or downwards would only be taken after the current crisis in global oil prices had been settled.
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FULL VIDEO : No Hidden $3.5bn Subsidy Fund, Says NNPC
 
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The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has denied reports that it has in its custody $3.5bn Subsidy fund. NNPC Group General Manager, Group Public Affairs Division, Ndu Ughamadu, stated this in a statement on Tuesday. His statement comes less than 24 hours after the Senate Adhoc Committee asked the corporation, the Ministry of Finance and other agencies to appear before it. Mr Ughamadu explained that at the hit of the shortage of products supply at the close of last year, the National Assembly asked the NNPC to do everything possible to stem the hiccups. He said the corporation initiated the move to raise a revolving fund of 1.05 billion dollars, since the corporation was, and still the sole importer and supplier of white products in the country. He noted ever since, the fund had been domiciled in the Central Bank of Nigeria, adding that at no time was it in the custody of the NNPC. According to Ughamadu, the fund, called the National Fuel Support Fund, had been jointly managed by the NNPC, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and the Federal Ministry of Finance. Other managers include the Petroleum Products Pricing Regulatory Agency (PPPRA), Office of the Accountant General of the Federation (OGF), the Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) and the Petroleum Equalization Fund (PEF). He further clarified that NNPC did not independently spend a dime of the fund which he said was to ensure stability in the petroleum products supply in the country. He added that the corporation was fully aware that it was only the National Assembly that has the statutory responsibility to appropriate on petroleum subsidy matters. The Senate on Tuesday during plenary resolved to set up an ad hoc committee to investigate the Subsidy Recovery Fund, allegedly created by “the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) and solely managed by its Group Managing Director and the Executive Director, Finance.” The decision followed a Point of Order raised by the Senate Minority Leader, Senate Abiodun Olujimi at plenary. Olujimi, who presented the matter to the chamber for consideration, cited Orders 42 and 52 of the Senate Standing Orders 2015 (as amended). She expressed concern by the existence of such fund and the mode of its management.
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DPR Warns Marketers Against Increasing Products Prices -- 02/11/15
 
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The Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) in Nigeria has warned petroleum products depots and filling stations owners against products diversion, hoarding, pump manipulation and selling products above government approved prices. The Director of the DPR, Mr Mordecai Ladan, gave the warning in Abuja on Monday while addressing reporters over the purported resurgence of fuel scarcity in some parts of Nigeria. Mr Ladan warned that any petroleum products marketer found to be under-dispensing or selling products above government regulated prices shall be suspended for a minimum of two months. For more information log on to http://www.channelstv.com
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Ribadu report was not verified -- DPR Director PT 2
 
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The Director of the Department of Petroleum Resources, Mr Osten Olorunsola has stated that some of the facts in the submitted report were not verified with relevant bodies in the oil and gas sector before a final position was taken on it.
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Lagos Gas Plant Fire: DPR Director Visits Scene Of Incident
 
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President Buhari Inaugurates Three Boards Under Ministry Of Petroleum Resources
 
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President Muhammadu Buhari has reconstituted three Boards of parastatals under the ministry of petroleum resources.
Nigeria: green energy gets license to build lpg extraction plant in rivers state - all of the lates
 
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Nigeria: green energy gets license to build lpg extraction plant in rivers state - all of the latest oil and gas news-find oil and gas jobs The Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) has approved for the operator of the Otakikpo marginal field in Oil Mining License (OML) 11 — Green Energy International Ltd — a license to build a Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) extraction plant in Ikuru area of Rivers State. According to a statement from the Director, Legal and Corporate Matters of Green Energy, Mr. Olusegun Ilori, on Thursday in Abuja, the Licence to Establish (LTE) granted it by the DPR would cover the construction of 12 million sta... --------------------- DONT FORGET SUBSCRIBE FOR ME : https://goo.gl/7eYD9Z
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Tension as Senate prepares to probe alleged $10 billion fraud in Nigeria’s oil and gas lease renewal
 
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Worried by the irregularities in the ongoing oil and gas lease renewal and massive loss of government revenue, the Senate on Wednesday mandated its Committee on Petroleum Resources Upstream to investigate the Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Ibe Kachikwu and the Department of Petroleum Resources, DPR. The Senate resolved that the Committee should investigate all issues relating to the ongoing lease renewal being undertaken by the Minister and report the anomalies in the ongoing lease renewal process and identify appropriate measures to correct the said anomalies. The resolution of the Senate followed a motion titled, “Irregularities in the ongoing oil and gas lease renewal and massive loss of government revenue,” sponsored by Senator Omotayo Alasoadura (Ondo Central) and three others. Leading debate on the motion, Sen. Alasoadura, noted that the Committee on Petroleum Resources Upstream has since December 2017 been inundated with a plethora of petitions and complaints, adding that there are multiplicity of irregularities surrounding the ongoing renewal of oil and gas leases being undertaken by Kachikwu and the DPR. The lawmaker said: “The Honourable Minister of State for Petroleum Resources is granting all manner of illegal discounts and rebates in the process of the ongoing renewal of the leases.
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Nigeria: $17 bn oil probe - reps to grill dpr director
 
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Nigeria: $17 bn oil probe - reps to grill dpr director By Adebiyi AdedapoThe House of Representatives ad hoc committee investigating $17 billion allegedly missing from undeclared crude and Liquefied Natural Gas exports between 2011 and 2014 has threatened to issue a warrant of arrest against the director, Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR), Mr Mordecai Baba Ladan. The committee alleged that DPR was aware of the huge fraud perpetrated on royalty revenue within the period under review but decided to conceal the information. ‎It observed that even...
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DPR introduces transparency tool
 
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Source : TVC News Nigeria
Radio show Episode 15
 
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DPR ENCOURAGES STAKEHOLDERS TO INVEST IN NIGERIA'S HUGE GAS OPPORTUNITIES. The Trio, led by the Assistant Director Gas Operations Mr. Idris Y. Abubakar, the Assistant Director Domestic Gas Supply Obligation & Distribution, Mr. Abel Nsa and the Assistant Chief Chemical Engineer, Mr. Tambari Zayan, were the DPR guests on the weekly Radio Program "DPR HALF HOUR"on Radio Nigeria. In this episode of the program, the officials of the Gas Monitoring and Regulation Division (GMR), have examined the business opportunities available to interested investors in the Gas subsector. There is a detailed explanation of steps taken by the Federal Government to address the problem of Gas Flaring in the Nigerian Oil and Gas industry, with a special focus on the "Nigeria Gas Flare Commercialis action Program" (NGFP). The team outlined DPR's contributions to the actualization of zero flares-out by the year 2020 through the implementation of the "7 Big Wins" policy of government and initiatives to improve Gas to Power distribution for local power companies and to increase LPG penetration for local consumption.
The Fuel Situation In Nigeria Is Getting Better – DPR (PT1) 23/11/15
 
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The Head of Public Relations at the Department of Petroleum Resources, Mohammed Bulama, speaks to Channels TV. For more information log on to http://www.channelstv.com
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Senate passes Petroleum Industry Bill, PIB
 
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The Senate on Thursday passed the Petroleum Industry Bill, PIB, almost 17 years after the process started. With the passage of the bill, which is tagged, Petroleum Industry Governance Bill, PIGB, a new regulatory agency, known as Nigeria Petroleum Regulatory Commission, NPRC, would take over the functions of Petroleum Inspectorate, PI, the Department of Petroleum Resources , DPR, and the Petroleum Products Pricing Regulatory Agency, PPPRA. The new commission, among other things, will also administer and enforce policies, laws and regulations relating to all aspects of petroleum operations which are assigned to it under the provisions of the Act. With the bill is signed into law, two new companies, Nigeria Petroleum Assets Management Company and National Petroleum Company, would be established with certain assets and liabilities of Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, while the National Petroleum Company, for instance, would operate as a full independent commercial entity. According to the Senate, the move is geared towards unbundling the NNPC and the petroleum industry. In the PIGB, the Ministry of Petroleum Resources would be renamed Ministry of Petroleum Incorporated. In the new bill, upon the recommendations of the new commission, Minister of Petroleum Resources can grant, amend, renew, extend or revoke any licence or lease required for petroleum or production, pursuant to the provisions of the Act or any other enactment. The bill also proposed that when the commission is created, it shall be vested with all assets, funds, resources and other movable and immovable property, which immediately before the commencement of operation of the new commission, were held by the PI, DPR and PPPRA. In the bill, more powers will be vested on the commission, as the President or the Minister of Petroleum Resources, who hitherto had such powers, would no longer have same. The bill has significantly reduced the powers of the President and the Minister of Petroleum Resources in exercising control over the oil and gas sector. The newly passed bill would help promote transparency and accountability in the administration of petroleum resources of Nigeria as well as foster a conducive business environment for petroleum industry operations. The Senate is expected to pass two more bills to further regulate the oil and gas sector. Already, the Host Communities’ Bill, which has passed first reading in the Senate, is expected to be passed into law before the end of 2017. Thereafter, the Senate will also commence moves to pass another tranche of the bill that would deal with the fiscal aspect of the oil and gas sector. Corrupt practices’ll be reduced —Saraki In his remarks after the passage, Senate President, Bukola Saraki, who presided over yesterday’s plenary, noted that the Bill was not only for Nigerians but also investors. He said with the passage of bill, corrupt practices in the oil and gas sector would be reduced to the barest minimum, adding that the inefficiency currently associated with the sector would also be done away with. Saraki said: “The bill will stimulate the oil and gas industry; it will reduce the area of corruption and inefficiency in the oil and gas sector.” The bill will now be sent to the House of Representatives for concurrence before being transmitted to the President for assent.
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DPR in Gombe
 
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As Nigerians continues to witness fuel scarcity in the country, the department of petroleum resources (DPR) have arrested some vehicles are being used to transport fuel from filling stations to black marketers spot, who sales a litre of the product that is supposed to be sold for 145, at 280 to 300 naira in Gombe, North east Nigeria.
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The Fuel Situation In Nigeria Is Getting Better – DPR (PT2) 23/11/15
 
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The Head of Public Relations at the Department of petroleum Resources, Mohammed Bulama, speaks to Channels TV. For more information log on to http://www.channelstv.com
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How dpr, cbn diverted $950m oil royalty – reps’ panel
 
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How dpr, cbn diverted $950m oil royalty – reps’ panel John Ameh, Abuja An ad hoc committee of the House of Representatives on Sunday accused the Department of Petroleum Resources and the Central Bank of Nigeria of keeping  $950m in a secret domiciliary account from 2011 and 2014 as against remitting the money into the Federation Account. The committee, which is chaired by a member of the All Progressives Congress from Adamawa State, Mr. Abdulrazak Namdas, is investigating the alleged $17bn crude and gas resources stolen from Nigeria between 2011 an...
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Ribadu report was not verified -- DPR Director PT 1
 
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The Director of the Department of Petroleum Resources, Mr Osten Olorunsola has stated that some of the facts in the submitted report were not verified with relevant bodies in the oil and gas sector before a final position was taken on it.
Views: 316 Channels Television
‘24 trucks meant for Abuja diverted to South East’
 
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‘24 trucks meant for Abuja diverted to South East’ The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) and Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) have closed down seven filling stations for receiving diverted products and selling to motorists at cut-throat prices in Abuja and environs. The NNPC also said 24 fuel-laden trucks meant for Abuja were diverted to Southeast states. Between Wednesday and yesterday, seven of such stations along the Kubwa and Airport Road axis of the Federal Capital Territ...
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DPR Radio show Episode 10
 
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"DPR INTRODUCES - MINIMUM INDUSTRY SAFETY TRAINING FOR DOWNSTREAM OPERATIONS (MISTDO)". The DPR has introduced MISTDO as part of initiatives to improve the safety of lives and property in the operations of the Nigerian Oil and Gas industry Downstream. This announcement was made by the Assistant Director Safety Control, Mr. Umar Moriki and his team on the weekly "DPR Half Hour Radio Program" on Radio Nigeria every Wednesday @ 10 o'clock in the morning. The mandatory training which is planned for all operators in the Downstream sector including haulage tanker drivers, is aimed at improving safety in Downstream operations and also ensuring global safety best practice is implemented in the Nigerian Oil and Gas industry. For additional information, please follow the short video clips from the Radio Program..
Radio Show Episode 9
 
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Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR), Reassures Nigerians of High Quality and Safe Petroleum Products Dustribution across the Country”. The Assistant Director, Safety, Health & Environment Division in charge of (Labiratory Services and Quality Control) Mr. Agada Jerome, has reassured Nigerians of tested, safe High Quality Petroleum Products distribution across Nigeria. In the regular “DPR Half Hour Radio Program on Radio Nigeria” every Wednesday @ 10 AM in the morning, the Assistant Director took his time to enlighten consumers about the rigorous steps undertaken by the Department to ensure availability of high quality safe products, for distribution by retail outlets across Nigeria.
Nigeria opens second oil marginal field licencing round
 
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The Nigerian Department of Petroleum Resources kicked off a road show last week as it declared open the second oil marginal field licencing round.
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DRP Intensifies Petroleum Pricing
 
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The Department of Petroleum Resources, DPR is resolved to intensify enforcement and adherence to oil and gas business ethics as part of efforts to ensure availability of petroleum products to ease the hardship faced by motorists in the FCT and environs. The Assistant Director of Operations, DPR Abuja Zonal Office, took trips to some fueling stations.
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Mr George Osahon (DPR) – We are trying to make sure that people don’t hoard fuel
 
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Mr George Osahon Director Petroleum Resources,Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR), The Petroleum Regulatory Agency of Nigeria
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NNPC, DPR Intensify Raid On Errant Fuel Stations
 
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Senate receives interim report on petroleum downstream sector
 
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*C'ttee urges Senate to approve N348bn for inherited local debts owed oil marketers The Senate on Wednesday mandated its Committee on Petroleum Resources (Upstream) to investigate issues relating to ongoing lease renewals in the oil and gas sector of the economy. It is believed that process is being undertaken by the Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Dr Ibe Kachikwu and the Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR). The resolution followed consideration of a motion by Sen. Omotayo Alasoadura (APC Ondo) and three other senators. The motion was entitled “Irregularities in Ongoing Oil and Gas Lease Renewal and Massive Loss of Government Revenue”. Leading debate on the motion, Alasoadura said that the Committee on Petroleum Resources had since December, 2017 been inundated with petitions and complaints over alleged multiplicity of irregularities surrounding the renewal of oil and gas leases. He said there were also allegations that Kachikwu was granting illegal discounts and rebates in the exercise. Alasoadura added that “the action of the Minister of State is capable of short-changing the country and denying the Federation the appropriate revenue accruable from the renewal of the leases. “The Minister and the Department of Petroleum Resources were proceeding to renew leases of companies that had brazenly and illegally refused to pay royalties from oil and gas lifted by the companies in contravention of extant laws. “Under the provision of extant laws, failure to pay royalties is a ground for revocation of leases and a legal barrier to renewal of applicable leases. “There is a subsisting legal framework and due process mandated by extant law for the renewal of leases that are due,” he said. Under presentation and consideration of reports, the committee on downstream petroleum sector recommend that the Senate do approve the sum of 348 billion Naira for the payment of inherited local debt owed petroleum marketers.
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