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S&P slashes Nigeria credit rating on oil production drop

Ratings agency Standard & Poor’s cut Nigeria’s credit rating on Friday, saying the drop in oil production and a restrictive foreign exchange regime was hurting its economic prospects.

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Oil prices drop as Nigeria, Libya set to raise output

World oil prices fell Friday as the prospects of higher output from Libya and Nigeria further fueled oversupply concerns.

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11 oil blocs set to expire in 2016 as PIB delays licensing round

Hopes that the Federal Government would hold any licensing round for oil blocks this year is dim due to the delay in the passage of the Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB), The Guardian reports.

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University of Nottingham Meets With CPEEL

Mrs Emma Tayou, International Officer, University of Nottingham visit CPEEL in the effort to enhance the collaboration between the two institutions.

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Management of Orlean Invest Africa Limited Visit CPEEL

The Management of Orlean Invest Africa Limited paid a courtsy visit to the Centre with a bid to establishing a colaboration with the Centre as well as the University community 

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The Global Climate Change Negotiations: The Paris Agreement

The lecture which is part of the CPEEL Special Lecture Series held on Thursday, 28th July 2016 with an opening address by the Director of the Centre, Prof Adenikinj

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CPEEL Students Drive "Project Reward Excellence" by Donating Solar Lamps to Vulnerable Children

The Project Reward Excellence, an initiative set up to create awareness on clean energy sources and also reward outstanding students with solar reading lamps was inspired by the state of the nation where children from low income homes have to make use of candle and kerosene lantern to r

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CPEEL Special Seminar Series

The Centre is pleased to announce and invite all to its special seminar series as scheduled below.

TOPIC:Climate Change and Energy in light of the Paris Agreement: Challenges and Opportunities for Africa.

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2015/2016 Academic Session Second Semester

The Centre for Petroleum, Energy Economics and Law (CPEEL), University of Ibadan, is pleased to inform all students and lecturers that the Second Semester for the 2015/2016 Academic Session will commence on Monday 25 July, 2016.

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Dr. Joseph Essandoh-Yeddu Holds Lectures with PhD students

Dr. Joseph Essandoh-Yedduthe Head, Strategic Planning and Policy, Ghana Energy Commission, Ghana will be holding series of lectures with PhD students as part of the Centre's Sub-Saharan African energy development initiative and collaboration.

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