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Spiro Brings Its Electric Motorcycle Ecosystem To Nigeria

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Spiro also says that, [continued] The post Spiro Brings Its Electric Motorcycle Ecosystem To Nigeria appeared first on CleanTechnica. Spiro says, to date, riders have collectively driven almost quarter of a billion kilometers.

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Nigeria LNG moves ahead with $10B expansion; 30 Mtpa

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The partners in Nigeria LNG (NLNG)—Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) (49%), Shell (25.6%), Total (15%) and Eni (10.4%)— have taken the final investment decision (FID) for the expansion project of the liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant at Bonny Island. Mtpa—a 33% increase.

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In Rural Nigeria: Small Electric Vehicles Powered by Microgrids

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Report: In rural Nigerian communities, small electric vehicles powered by cost the same as fossil fuels and expand access to electricity RMI, Factor[e] Ventures and the UK-charity Shell Foundation show scaling electric mobility with a growing minigrid industry is profitable for both minigrid and electric vehicle operators and improves community access (..)

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ThinkBikes Nigeria Starts Delivering Its Locally Produced Electric Cargo Tricycles To Customers

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ThinkBikes has started delivering its locally produced electric tricycles to customers in Nigeria. The vision of the founder birthed a for profit organization called ThinkBikes Limited. Its electric cargo tricycle, called Alpha 1.0, is targeted at […].

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MAX & Kofa Partner for TAILG Jidi Electric Motorcycle Financing in Ghana

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MAX has over fourteen branches across Nigeria, Cameroon, and Ghana. Lagos-headquartered MAX describes itself as a technology-enabled company driven by a vision to solve mobility challenges in Africa. It says its work helps to democratise access to vehicle ownership and empower mobility entrepreneurs with financial support services.

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Nigeria’s 650 kbpd Dangote Refinery being commissioned; largest single-train refinery in world

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The Dangote Petroleum Refinery, which covers an area of approximately 2,635 hectares—about the six times the size of Victoria Island in Lagos, Nigeria—is expected to be Africa’s largest oil refinery and the world’s largest single-train facility. Refineries need to employ strategies to manage wax formation.)

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UTM Offshore signs FEED agreement for Nigeria’s first floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) facility

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million metric ton per annum and a storage capacity of 200,000 cubic meters, as well as ancillary facilities to be located 60km from the shore of Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. The FLNG facility will have a Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) nameplate production capacity of 1.2 —NJ Ayuk, the Executive Chairman of the AEC.

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