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R-L: Miss Uvie Igini, Representative of Delta State Commissioner for Environment, Prof Mohammed Babagara, Engr. K. A Adeniyi, Samuel Ogunjemilusi, HRM, King Emmanuel Warewini Arikawei, Mr. Abbas Suleiman, Representative of the Minister, Federal Ministry of Environment, Mr. Clement Biribai Representative of the Chairman of Burutu Local Government Council, Mr. Victor Ladele and Bishop Joel Adonyai for the Public Review of Environmental Impact Assessment on the Proposed Epoto Modular Refinery in Obotebe, Burutu LGA, Delta State.

Etopo Modular Refinery In Delta Passes EIA Test As FG Commends...

The Federal Government has restated its commitment to the development and establishment of modular refineries in the country. The Minister of Environment, Dr. Mohammad Mahmoud...
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6,000 BPD Facility: Edo Modular Refinery to Commence Operation Soon – Obaseki’s Aide 

The Edo Refinery and Petrochemicals Limited, a project partly sponsored by the Governor Godwin Obaseki-led administration in Edo State and being developed by AIPCC...
L-R: Delta State Commissioner, Ministry of Oil and Gas, Mr Freeman Fregene and the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry, Mrs Nkem Ajufo during a Consultative Stakeholders Forum of Oil and Gas Host Communities for Delta North Senatorial District in Asaba

Delta State Govt to Construct Industrial Gas Park and Modular Refinery...

The Delta State Government has proposed to construct an Industrial Gas Park in Kwale, Ndokwa West, and  a Modular Refinery in Sapele, Sapele local...
Obaseki with Chinese Ambassador to South Africa

Obaseki Accompanies Buhari On Investment Tour In China As Edo Govt Approves...

...Chinese companies sign off on Benin River Port, industrial park, modular refinery The Edo State Governor is scheduled to accompany President Muhammadu Buhari on an...
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US govt. approves $1million grant for development of Modular Refinery in...

The United States Trade and Development Agency (USTDA), has approved a grant of $1 million (N360 million) for the detail engineering design of 20,000 barrel per day...

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