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  1. Nigeria Business News

    Business DPR shuts 30 petrol stations in Anambra – TODAY

    The Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) has sealed no fewer than 30 petrol stations and two gas plants in Anambra State in the last five months. Controller of Operations of the DPR in the state, Mr Ignatius Anayanwu said at a briefing in Awka, the state capital, … Read more via TODAY –...
  2. Nigeria Business News

    Business DPR Uncovers 45 Petrol Stations Used for Smuggling Products in Adamawa – Thisdaylive

    The Department of Petroleum Resources, DPR has uncovered 45 illegal petrol stations in Adamawa State used for smuggling of petrol products to neighboring countries. The DPR Controller in charge of the state, Alhaji Ibrahim A. Ciroma, made the disclosure yesterday in Yola, the state capital, …...
  3. Nigeria Business News

    Business Nigeria’s gas reserves rise by 7.3% – – Apanews.net

    Nigeria’s gas reserves have increased by 7.3 percent from 187 trillion cubic feet (tcf) to 200.79 tcf, according the Director of Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR), Mordecai Ladan. He stated this at a technical workshop with the theme: “Gas Utilisation in Nigeria: Challenges, Opportunity...
  4. Nigeria Metro News

    Metro DPR Seals Fuel Stations For Hoarding Product In Abeokuta – Channels Television

    The Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR), has sealed up some fuel stations in Abeokuta metropolis for hoarding, creating artificial scarcity and under dispensing of products. Leading the exercise in Abeokuta, the state capital, the head of operations in the Ogun office of the Department of...
  5. Nigeria Business News

    Business DPR generates N1.3tn revenue in 2018 – Official – Vanguard News Nigeria

    Mr Mordecai Ladan, Executive Director, Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) says the organisation generated N1.3 trillion as revenue and additional 200 million dollars from legacy indebtedness in 2018...... Read more via Vanguard News Nigeria – http://bit.ly/2FIEvBc Get more: Nigeria...
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