Noelle is an economist with a background in financial economics. She is passionate about energy and finance.
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Nigeria's price cap on natural gas is more harmful than you thought.
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With COP 27 underway, how should we address the effect of climate change in Africa?
Development - 11 NOV 2022
Nigerian ports have certain issues that hinder their efficiency. Read this article to know more about these issues.
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Seplat's Q3 2022 numbers came in a little disappointing, despite the current oil price rally
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We unpack the factors driving Geregu's ability to list on the Nigerian Exchange.
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M&As facilitate fast growth for African renewable energy startups.
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One year down, reforms like subsidy removal and host community development which the PIA should have implemented, have been delayed.
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Liquidity issues in the power sector can’t be fixed when the tariffs, the primary source of cost recovery, don’t reflect the sector’s costs.
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The uncertainty from the minister of petroleum (Buhari) and regulators aren’t favouring Nigeria’s unattractive upstream sector.
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Eight out of 11 Nigerian electricity companies have either been sold or taken over by banks due to poor financial performance.
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Nigeria's new marginal oil fields will increase local participation in oil production but are not nearly enough to be a game-changer for the industry.
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Household energy prices like cooking gas have skyrocketed and the hikes are pinching government revenues such as FAAC.
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We unpack the dynamics at play in the recent M&A activity happening in Nigeria's oil and gas sector
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We explain the power supply alternatives for Nigerians in the midst of the current energy crisis
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We unpack why access to clean cooking fuel is important and the policies required to improve it
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We analyse the House of Representatives' Bill to allow States to generate their own electricity
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We take a look at the history of ARAMCO and how it compares to the NNPC
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Even when Dangote's refinery comes online, Nigeria needs to deregulate local petrol prices to solve its petrol issues. How much would petrol rise to?
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An analysis on how to decide market size as a renewable energy provider.
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A look into Nigeria's gas reserves, infrastructure, and everything we would need to help Europe meet its gas needs.
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An explainer on why debt financing is ideal for renewable energy companies and renewable projects.
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An assessment of the future of Nigeria's oil industry without international oil companies.
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What a competitive power sector would look like in Nigeria.
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Offgrid solutions and Nigeria's electricity crisis
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Oil thefts, oil spills and host communities
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How Nigeria can speed up its electrification rate.
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How the global gas crisis is worsening Africa's energy insecurity and slows the race to transition to clean energy.
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A breakdown of net metering and how it can work in Nigeria.
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Understanding Blue Camel’s renewable energy solution for Nigeria.
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Why has Nigeria's oil production remained stagnant?
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The polluter effect: How economies gain from carbon taxes
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How electric vehicles can thrive in Nigeria
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The state of the NNPC's approach to spending money
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Electrifying Ariaria market and the mini-grid solution that didn't work.
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Is the Petroleum Industry Bill robust enough to attract foreign investment?
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Unpacking Nigeria’s $25 billion gas pipeline to Morocco.
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How private companies can get involved in electricity generation.
Development - 29 APR 2019
Buildings collapse for many reasons. In Nigeria, buildings mostly collapse because of negligence.
Development - 13 AUG 2018
Data is expensive in Nigeria, and the service is either too slow or unreliable.
Development - 29 MAR 2018
Port Harcourt is covered in a cloud of soot from oil bunkering, but no one is likely to do anything about it.
Economy - 10 NOV 2017
Countries are finally coming to terms with the reality that gender inequality takes a toll on development.