The Israeli war cabinet has agreed to allow two tanker trucks of fuel to enter the Gaza Strip each day, the country’s national security adviser has said – a quantity he described as “very minimal”. Tzachi Hanegbi said at a news conference that fuel would be allowed for Gaza’s communications system and water and sewage … Continue reading Israel to supply Gaza hospitals with ‘very minimal amount’ of fuel daily
In the last three months since President Bola Tinubu announced the withdrawal of petroleum subsidy, Nigerians are still trying to grapple with the over 400 per cent increment while they continue to wait for the promised palliatives from the government. But the increase in the price of crude oil in the international market could further … Continue reading SUBSIDY REMOVAL: Fuel price hike imminent as crude oil price rises to $100 per barrel
Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com Explained: Why is fuel rising in cost again? Basically, the cost of oil has gone up - by nearly $12 since the start of July to $86.86 a barrel. The reason is that producer group OPEC+ has reduced supply in a self-interested attempt to thwart sagging oil prices. Leading cartel … Continue reading Where is the cheapest region to buy fuel in the UK?
A coalition of civil society groups on Friday vowed to mobilise Nigerians to the streets if the Independent Petroleum MARKETERS' Association (IPMAN) increased fuel pump price to N700 per litre. The coalition, which comprises all civil society organisations nationwide, was reacting to the planned increment of fuel pump price from government-approved N538 per litre to … Continue reading CSOs, IPMAN set to clash over planned increase of fuel pump price
•There will not be fuel price hike during Yuletide period, says govt •NMDPRA assures motorists current stock can last for 34 days •Govt can’t continue subsidy amid diversion – NNPC source For the first time in weeks since the scarcity of Premium Motor Spirit, popularly called petrol, began, the Federal Government opened up and declared … Continue reading Fuel Scarcity: FG denies plan to increase fuel price
Four years ago, Nicole Macri, a Washington state representative from Seattle, met Matthew Metz for coffee. Metz had founded Coltura, an organization advocating for the end of gasoline, a few years earlier. He explained his vision for the state: to stop the sale of new gas-powered cars by 2030, just 12 years on. Macri, a … Continue reading Debate continues on ending sale of fuel-powered cars by 2030