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The Nigeria Interview: Dada Thomas, President of the Nigeria Gas Association

The Nigeria Interview: Dada Thomas, President of the Nigeria Gas Association

28th September 2017

 As the President of the Nigeria Gas Association and chief executive officer of Frontier Oil, one of the top five suppliers of gas to Nigeria’s domestic market, Dada Thomas has a broad insight into the nation’s energy crisis. In this exclusive interview, he outlines how the crisis h...

We must return to regional electricity grids — Thomas

We must return to regional electricity grids — Thomas

16th May 2017

The President, Nigeria Gas Association, Mr. Dada Thomas, who is also the Chief Executive Officer, Frontier Oil Limited, speaks with IFE OGUNFUWA on the inefficiencies in the gas to power sector, among other issues.... Read More...

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FIELD OPERATORS

3rd May 2017

Despite security issues, oil and gas remain an important source of revenue for the country, and steps are being taken by the government to tackle key issues and support the sector. Full Story...

Govt to take over ‘illegal’ oil and gas free zones

Govt to take over ‘illegal’ oil and gas free zones

12th December 2016

The Federal Government may next week take over Oil and Gas Free Zones that have failed to register with the regulatory Oil and Gas Free Zones Authority (OGFZA), The Nation has learnt. It was learnt that the government decided to take this step after its use of moral suasion to make the oil and gas ...

HOW TO MAKE GAS MORE PROFITABLE

HOW TO MAKE GAS MORE PROFITABLE

11th December 2016

The President of the Nigerian Gas Association, Mr  Dada Thomas, says the Federal Government can make gas investment more profitable by providing enabling environment for operators. Full Story...

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NGA PRESIDENT ON PLANS

8th November 2016

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Ibe Kachikwu Says Gas will Generate More Revenue for Nigeria Soon

10th International Conference and Exhibition of the NGA

2nd November 2016

The Minister of State for Petroleum, Dr. Ibe Kachikwu, on Monday said that the Federal Government would give more attention to the development of gas as a major revenue earner for Nigeria. Kachikwu, who stated this in Abuja at the 10th Nigerian Gas Association (NGA) International Conference, said t...

Power sector revenue loss may hit N809b’

Oduntan

3rd November 2016

Should the lull in power supply persist, the sector’s revenue loss will be about N809.8 billion by next January, the Executive Secretary, Association of Nigerian Electricity Distributors (ANED),  Sunday Oduntan, has said. Besides, payment for electricity bills has fallen substantially as...

N110b debt cripples gas producers

Engr. Dada Thomas

3rd November 2016

The President, Nigerian Gas Association (NGA), Dada Thomas yesterday lamented that players in the gas industry are running out of cash as a result of the N110 billion debt customers are owing gas producers. Thomas, who is also the Managing Director, Frontier Oil Limited, spoke to reporters at the o...

‘Vandalism, lack of fund major ills of power sector’

Engr. Dada Thomas

1st October 2016

Pipeline vandalism and illiquidity are the biggest problems confronting the power sector, the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Frontier Oil Limited, an indigenous oil and gas firm, Thomas Dada, has said. In an interview, he said though   pipeline vandalism had  taken th...

Power sector faces collapse — Frontier Oil CEO

Punch Newspaper

2nd October 2016

The Chief Executive Officer of Frontier Oil Limited, Mr. Dada Thomas, has warned that the nation’s power sector risks collapse, urging the Federal Government to act fast. He stressed the need to address the problem of gas production as 80 per cent of current and future power generation, accor...

Avoiding the Impending Power Sector Collapse

Engr. Dada Thomas

1st October 2016

The current state of the Nigerian economy demands drastic, urgent and unconventional actions in the power sector. As a nation, all our efforts should be focused on getting the economy out of recession and onto the path of sustainable long term growth premised on maximum local value addition and weal...

Oil Firm Signs Revised MOU With Govt, Communities

The Pioneer,Page 10

5th September 2016

To sustain its cordial relationship with akwa-ibom government and its host commmunity,an indigenious Oil company operating in the state, Frontier Oil Limited/Seven Uquo Gas Limited(FOL-SUGL) has signed a revised memorandum of understanding (MOU)with parties involved to subsist for five years. The b...

Nigeria's Marginal Field Devt and NNPC's New Agenda

Leadership, page 33

14th July 2016

This   report  says  that   Nigeria's  marginal  field  operations  is seriously underutilised because of  weak  capacity on  the  part of  some  operators and  the  inability of  government to sustain som...

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