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Monday, 14 November 2016

FG To Scrap NNPC,DPR, PPPRA And Sell Unprofitable Refineries

The Federal Government’s draft National Oil Policy has proposed to consolidate Nigeria’s oil industry regulatory authorities into a single agency to be known as Petroleum Regulatory Commission, PRC, while scrapping all other regulators, including the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, Department of Petroleum Resources, DPR, and Petroleum Products Pricing Regulatory Agency, PPPRA, among others.



According to the document released by the Ministry of Petroleum Resources, last weekend, the new regulator will incorporate the activities of the existing petroleum regulatory authorities and also cover some new regulatory activities not currently covered.

The document revealed that the existing institutional regulatory framework was weak, largely ineffective and inefficient, arising from a number of single-issue agencies; overlaps in regulation, gaps in regulation, mixture of policy, regulation and operations; and ineffective regulation.

It stated: “Although the agencies generally work well together, their roles, sometimes, overlap and there are significant information gaps within the government as, sometimes, one institution is unaware of what the other is doing.
“At the same time, policy making capacity has been weak, resulting in NNPC and its subsidiaries setting policy and regulation as well as conducting operations in the petroleum sector. The result is an ineffective and inefficient institutional environment in the petroleum sector in Nigeria.”

The draft policy is also proposing that, in order to reduce the inefficiencies in parastatals in the petroleum sector, the proposed single petroleum sector regulatory authority will operate under the policy supervision of the Minister of Petroleum Resources.

According to the document, the Minister will set the policy for the PRC; ensure monitoring of the implementation of the policy; and ensure monitoring of the performance of the authority.
“This does not mean that the regulatory authority will report to the Ministry on a day to day basis. The new single regulatory authority will be an operationally independent regulatory institution. The Minister’s involvement will be hands off and just to ensure that the regulatory authority properly carries out its roles of implementing the policy,” it explained.
From Vanguard


16 comments:

peace maker said...

Good for them

Mrs. Romas said...

Whatever that will help and favour the masses, I support.

Kachi said...

Anything that will end this suffering in Nigeria

Shyla said...

Massive unemployment looming.

Loveme Jeje said...

More jobs loss. Na wa ooo. sai baba

virus detected said...

Does this mean thousands of people will be out of jobs soon? Hmmmm. We re watching..

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Whatever jor. Let the economic situation just improve

Ideato/ilaje blood said...

Confused president

Starjoy said...

All we need is improvement in Nigeria

Mao Akuh said...

Was planning to join DPR....

Brown Sucre said...

Hmmmm.

Blossom said...

More job loss. Na wa!

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More jobs loss on the way, God pls come to our rescue.

Fiona said...

The rate of unemployment is going to increase.

nzube izuu said...

Confusion everywhere! And they said Jonathan was clueless!Chai!!! Naija bara one chance with this man.

Anon said...

Increase job loss

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