ExxonMobil says it has made a “significant discovery” of oil off the coast of Nigeria. The oil find is located at the Owowo offshore field located in the southern Bayelsa State.
Indigenous Nigerian downstream oil and gas firm, NIPCO Plc, yesterday acquired 60 per cent equity in Mobil Oil Nigeria (MON) Plc.
According to the research, Nigeria is home to some of the keenest mobile shoppers on the African continent, and is also the third largest mobile commerce market in terms of the incidence of mobile shoppers amongst the countries that participated in the research.
Standard Chartered Bank is bringing its newest mobile and online banking platform to 1 million clients across 8 African markets, the most extensive digital rollout of its kind in Africa by an international bank.
The Federal University of Petroleum Resources, (FUPRE) Effurun, Delta State is the proud host of the latest Professorial Chair that has been established by The Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria (SPDC) operated Joint Venture in support of learning and research in Nigerian universities.
In the second half of 2015, Nigeria was among the top five countries worldwide in terms of mobile subscription additions, and Nigerian businesses are increasingly adopting mobile-first strategies.
Etisalat Nigeria has launched a revamped version of its EasyMobile App. The app now comes with an enhanced user interface and improved user experience with features that enable personalisation and instant customer support.
To help reduce challenges with cattle grazing and the judicious use of land across Nigeria, MTN Nigeria has launched the MTN Livestock Tracking Solutions (LTS) to assist herdsmen in monitoring and tracking their livestock.
MainOne hosts session on unlocking Africa’s digital potential at International Telecommunications Week, Chicago
For the fifth year in a row, MainOne continues to raise Africa’s digital profile and highlight its untapped potential at the recently concluded International Telecoms Week held in Chicago from May 8th to May 11th, 2016.
With African mobile users unlocking devices over 150 times a day, Nomophobia (the fear of being without mobile devices) is sweeping across Africa, according to leading speakers at Mobile West Africa in Lagos.