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Rilwanu Lukman

Date of Birth: 26/08/1938
Place of Birth: Zaria, Kaduna State


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Blame game scuppers reform

But 10 years after Rilwanu Lukman, then Minister for Petroleum Resources, delivered his first draft of the Petroleum Industry Bill, the latest blueprint for reform has stalled in the legislature...


Blocking the great reform bill

In 2008, when the then Petroleum Minister, Rilwanu Lukman, presented the first version of the PIB to the National Assembly, he said the reforms would end the corruption, inertia and incompetence of the oil and gas industry and bring in a commercially driven structure that would boost investment and production...


Eko Atlantic arises from the sea bed

Also at the ceremony was a flotilla of directors from the biggest indigenous oil company, Afren, whose founder and former Chairman, Rilwanu Lukman, was Oil Minister under President Umaru Musa Yar’Adua...


Condé’s great giveaway

IMIC signed a partnership with AIOG in April that will enrich its backers and board, which includes Nigeria’s former Oil Minister Rilwanu Lukman...


The Goodluck cabinet

Many expected him to be the new Oil Minister as he was Deputy Oil Minister under Rilwanu Lukman...


Goodluck with the money

However, Energy Minister Rilwanu Lukman has staked his position on seeing the PIB into law and seems to have convinced Jonathan that the moment is right: the political payback would be higher government revenue from oil sales, which could be made available to the treasuries of those state governments that had helped push the bill through...


Oiling the gears

New people on top CSCEC’s local partner is Lenoil, whose Chief Executive Officer is the politically connected oil trader Leno Adesanya, a protégé of former Oil Minister Rilwanu Lukman...


Beijing's builders are back

Critical for the Chinese is who wins in a quiet struggle over control of the process between Petroleum Minister Rilwanu Lukman and NNPC Managing Director Mohammed Barkindo...


The biggest reform of all

’ It seems the Senate was riled when the Petroleum Resources Minister, Rilwanu Lukman, tried to forestall the passage of the bill by appointing Bello Gusau substantive Director General of the Nigerian Petroleum Directorate – a body which has as yet no legal existence...


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