Nigeria discovers theft line in oil export terminal, drained into sea

Nigeria state oil company discovered a 4-kilometre-long illegal connection from one of its major export terminals into the sea.

Nigeria: IPMAN states fuel scarcity caused due to inadequate supply in Abuja

The Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN) has raised concern over the supply of petrol, blaming inadequate supply from the depots in Lagos for the scarcity of fuel experienced by residents in Abuja and several other parts of the nation.

South Africa: National shutdown could be implemented by EFF over hike in fuel, food prices

The poor households of South Africa endure the impact of increased food prices and housing costs, while the ANC utilises resources of the state for the party's benefit and charged the EFF (Economic Freedom Fighters) as a response towards a hike in fuel prices that came into effect on Tuesday, May 31.

Electric-vehicle stocks are gaining traction among investors

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