NAEE/IAEE  5th Annual International Conference
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2012 NAEE/IAEE PAPER PRESENTATION        (April 23 - 24)
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Paper Presented
Author
Session
Harnessing Hydropower Potential in Ekiti Sate, Nigeria-Dare
ADEMOLA DARE
Concurrent 1
ACCESS TO SOLAR ENERGY IN RURAL AREA: AN ALTERNATIVE TO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND POVERTY ALLEVIATION IN CAMEROON
Kamdem Maxime
Concurrent 1
ROLE OF TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION IN ENVIRONMENTAL  SUSTAINABILITY AND ENERGY DEVELOPMENT
Oyekunle Ajibola
Concurrent 2
Status of Technological Capacity Building in the Indigenous Oilfield Servicing Firms in Nigeria vis-avis Innovation Capability
Jegede
Concurrent 2
NON-TECHNICAL LOSSES, ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND  CONSERVATIVE METHODOLOGY IN THE ELECTRICITY SECTOR OF NIGERIA:
The case of Calabar, Cross River State.
Francis and Eugene
Concurrent 3
IMPROVING ENERGY ACCESS THROUGH EFFICIENCY: ENERGY EFFICIENCY GUIDELINES FOR ECOWAS
Monica Maduekwe
Concurrent 3
CLIMATE CHANGE AND NIGERIA’S CRUDE OIL MARKET: CONCEPTUALIZING FUEL
SUBSIDY REMOVAL AS MITIGATION
Terfa Williams
Concurrent 4
Asymmetry Effects of Aggregate Demand and Supply of Exchange Rate and Oil Price Shocks in Africa
Adeoye,Isola
Concurrent 5
RESOURCE TAX DESIGN AND THE ECONOMICS OF OIL INVESTMENT PROJECTS: A LITERATURE REVIEW
Oderinde
Concurrent 5
Low Carbon Energy Financing Options For Africa.
Olugbenga Adesanya
Concurrent 5
On the Peak Oil Debate: Options for Securing Nigeria’s Energy Future1
Usenobong and Chuku
Concurrent 5
ENERGY, POVERTY AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA: THEORY, EVIDENCE AND IMPLICATIONS FOR POLICY
Obi Ben and Auta
Concurrent 6
ANALYSIS OF ENERGY POVERTY AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA
Ogwumike and Ozughala
Concurrent 6
ENERGY POVERTY AND GENDER PRODUCTIVITY IN NIGERIA: CHALLENGES AND OPTIONS
Olubunmi,Oyewole,Itoro
Concurrent 6
What is Nigeria’s electricity demand: a review of electricity demand projections for Nigeria
Sambo 1
Concurrent 7
IMPLEMENTATION OF ENERGY PLANS: A SOLUTION TO NIGERIA’S ENERGY CRISIS
Sambo 3
Concurrent 7
THE PREDICTIVE ABILITY OF VOLATILITY MODELS FOR OIL PRICE
Afees and Fasanya
Concurrent 8
An Econometric Study of Co2 Emissions, Energy Consumption, Foreign Trade and Economic Growth in Nigeria
Nnaji
Concurrent 9
Fuel Price Increase, Inflation Trigger and the Deregulation Myths in Nigeria
Ofonyelu Chris
Concurrent 9
Electricity crisis, carbon emissions, and economic growth in Nigeria
Godwin Akpan and Useobong Akpan
Concurrent 10
The Chinese Electricity Access Model for Rural Electrification: Approach, Experience and Lessons for Others
Ohiare
Concurrent 11
A Comparative Analysis of Household Energy Use in Nigeria: A Case Study of Ikeja and
Oke-Oko Area in Ikorodu Areas of Lagos State
Yaqub,Olateju & Aina
Concurrent 11
RENEWABLE ENERGY OPTIONS FOR NIGERIA’S INDUSTRIALISATION: PROSPECT, CHALLENGES AND THE WAY FORWARD
Sambo 2
Concurrent 12
Energy Price and Macroeconomic Performance In Nigeria
Isola,Saibu & Nwosa
Concurrent 13
Crude Oil Prices and Foreign Exchange Rates: Evidence of Cointegration and Causality from Nigeria
Jamal Abubakar and Auwal Uwar
Concurrent 14
Predicting Crude Oil Prices : Evaluation of Forecasting model for Long Run Behaviour
olalekan abiola 2
Concurrent 14
A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE ELECTRICITY SECTOR REFORM IN NIGERIA AND GHANA
Bello and Oderinde
Concurrent 15
IMPACT OF PRE-PAYMENT METERING ARRANGEMENT ON ELECTRICITY CONSUMPTION IN NIGERIA: A CASE STUDY OF THE REDEMPTION CAMP, MOWE, OGUN STATE
OLUWAYEMISI, A. OLATOKUNBO
Concurrent 15
THE DOWNSTREAM SECTOR: AN ASSESSMENT OF PETROLEUM PRODUCTS SUPPLY IN NIGERIA.
Auwal and Adamu
Concurrent 16
Crude Oil Prices and Foreign Exchange Rates: Evidence of Cointegration and Causality from Nigeria
Jamal Abubakar and Auwal Uwar
Concurrent 16
RESOURCE CURSE IN NIGERIA: CHALLENGES AND WAY FORWARD IN THE CURRENT DISPENSATION
Akinwale Yusuf
Concurrent 17
Gas Flaring, Agriculture and Livelihood Security in the Niger Delta Areas of Nigeria
Alaba,Foye and E
Concurrent 17
RESOURCE ABUNDANCE, GOVERNANCE AND LIVELIHOOD IN NIGERIA
Eme Dada
Concurrent 17
ENERGY LAW: A VITAL BAIT FOR ATTRACTING ENERGY INVESTMENTS IN NIGERIA
Aliyu,Dawuda
Concurrent 18
Local Content Policy and Technological Capacity Building of SMEs in the Nigerian Oil & Gas Industry

Monday James
Concurrent 18
National Climate Change Bill 2008 On the Path to Energy Technology and Infrastructure for
Sustainable Development in Nigeria
Obani Pedi Chiemena
Concurrent 18
Development of a Low Emission Swirl Burner for Gaseous Fuel Combustion
Adewole B Zacheous
Concurrent 19
FINANCING GRID GENERATORS IN NIGERIA POST REFORM, A BANKER’S CONCERNS
Glenn Olowojaiye
Concurrent 19
COAL DEPOSITS IN NIGERIA: A VIABLE ENERGY OPTION FOR
INDUSTRIALISATION
Olayande,Lamin and Agba
Concurrent 20
Testing the Oil Revenue and Expenditure Nexus in Nigeria: An Application of Bound Test Approach
Omoregbeyen and Ibrahim
Concurrent 20

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