NAEE/IAEE  7th Annual International Conference
2014 PAPER PRESENTATION (February 16th-18th,2013)
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AUTHORS
SESSIONS
PAPERS
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John Sylvester Afaha
Technical Session 1
ENERGY ACCESS, CONSUMPTION PATTERN AND CHOICE OF FUEL IN HOUSEHOLDS: AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS FROM NIGERIA
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Augustine Chidiebere Osigwe
Technical Session 1
THE CORE ISSUES IN ENERGY ACCESS: PAINTING A GLOBAL PICTURE
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Kehinde O. Ola
Technical Session 1
UNIVERSAL ACCESS TO MODERN ENERGY: IS IT POSSIBLE IN NIGERIA IN THE NEXT SEVENTEEN YEARS WITH RISING DECLINE IN ELECTRICITY CONSUMPTION IN RURAL AREAS?
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B.A. Oseni
Technical Session 1
STRUCTURAL EQUATION MODELLINGOF HOUSEHOLD ENERGY CONSUMPTION PATTERN IN OYO STATE, NIGERIA
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Olarinde Muftaudeen  O.
Technical Session 2
ENERGY ACCESS AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA: A CASE STUDY OF SOME SELECTED LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREAS IN SOKOTO STATE
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Echeta Desmond.O. 
Technical Session 2
ACCESS TO ENERGY AND PRODUCTIVITY OF FIRMS; A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF OSAKWE   AND OWERRI INDUSTRIAL CLUSTERS
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Jonathan Francis                                               
Technical Session 3
LIQUID LOADING PROBLEM IN A GAS WELL PRODUCTION IMPLICATIONS ON ACCESS TO AFFORDABLE ENERGY SUPPLY IN NIGERIA
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Dr. Emmanuel Ebogah
Inaugural Plenary Session
ENERGY ACCESS AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA: STATUS, CHALLENGES AND STRATEGIC OPTIONS
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Dr. Temilade Sesan
Inaugural Plenary Session
ENERGY ACCESS AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA: STATUS, CHALLENGES AND STRATEGIC OPTIONS
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Babalola O. Oladapo
Technical Session 4
AN EVALUATION OF THE NIGERIAN OIL SECTOR
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Dr. Chuks. J. Diji
Technical Session 4
POWER SECTOR REFORMS IN NIGERIA: CURRENT ISSUES AND CHALLENGES
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Akinyemi, Opeyemi
Technical Session 5
CLIMATE CHANGE AND ENERGY SUPPLY IN NIGERIA
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UCHE  M. OZUGHALU

Technical Session 5
ENERGY CONSUMPTION, ECONOMIC GROWTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION IN NIGERIA
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YOHANNA PANSHAK

Technical Session 5
DIVERSIFICATION OF ENERGY RESOURCES AND ENERGY SECURITY IN NIGERIA
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Dr. Damilola S. Olawuyi

Technical Session 6
MINDING THE GAP: ADDRESSING THE IMPACTS OF LEGAL BARRIERS AND TRADE RESTRICTIONS ON SUSTAINABLE BIOFUEL PRODUCTION IN NIGERIA
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Terfa W. Abraham

Technical Session 6
ENHANCING ENERGY ACCESS IN NIGERIA
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Saheed Bello
Technical Session 6
MODELING RENEWABLE ENERGY DEMAND IN NIGERIA USING STRUCTURAL TIME SERIES MODEL
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Jean Balouga
Technical Session 6
MSMES IN THE ENERGY SPACE: A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA
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Aliyu Barde Abdullahi
Technical Session 7
MODELING PETROLEUM PRODUCT DEMAND IN NIGERIA USING STRUCTURAL TIME SERIES MODEL (STSM) APPROACH
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Ali Garba Ali
Technical Session 8
EFFICIENCY IN DOMESTIC GAS PRODUCTION & UTILIZATION FOR SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA
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Monica O.C Maduekwe
Technical Session 8
FUTURE ROAD ENERGY DEMANDS IN LAGOS, NIGERIA, AND POLICY PATHWAYS FOR GREENING THE SECTOR
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Chris AC-Ogbonna
Technical Session 9
SCARCITY OF PETROLEUM PRODUCTS AND THE NIGERIAN ECONOMY
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Mathew Adagunodo
Technical Session 9
AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF PETROLEUM PRODUCTS DEMAND IN NIGERIA: A RANDOM TREND APPROACH
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Adeyemi A. Ogundipe                              
Technical Session 9
INCOME HETEROGENEITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL KUZNETS CURVE IN AFRICA
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C. Chris Ofonyelu
Technical Session 10
MIXED OR PURE STRATEGY EQUILIBRIUM: A GAME-THEORETIC ANALYSIS OF PHCN BILLING AND ELECTRICITY CONSUMPTION IN NIGERIA
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Abiola Akande
Technical Session 10
Nigerian Electricity Reforms: Emerging Challenges and Opportunities
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Olarinde Muftaudeen O.
Technical Session 10
ELECTRICITY CONSUMPTION, INSTITUTIONS AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA: WHAT DOES EVIDENCE SAY SO FAR?
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Eguabor, R. E.
Technical Session 10
METERED AND UNMETERED BILLING: HOW ASYMMETRIC ARE THE PHCN BILLS?
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Uche C.C. Nwogwugwu
Technical Session 11
ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACT ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGY AND PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS OF NIGERIA CASE
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H. I. Zarma
Technical Session 11
NIGERIAN ENERGY BILLING IN A DEREGULATED ECONOMY FOR SELF- RELIANCE AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
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Ijaola, Samson Oluwatope
Technical Session 11
THE DILEMMA OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPEMENT, ENERGY AND INDUCED CLIMATE CHANGE IN AFRICA; HOW CAN RELIGION HELP?
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Abiodun Edward Adelegan
Technical Session 12
ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON ENERGY USE IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA: AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS.
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ODUYOYE, A.O.
Technical Session 12
CLIMATE VARIABILITY: IMPLICATIONS FOR AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE IN NIGERIA
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Udo, Aniefiok Benedict   
Technical Session 12
ENERGY CONTRIBUTION TO SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA
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Anthonia T. Odeleye
Technical Session 13
ENERGY PRICING: IMPEDIMENT TO ACCESSIBILITY    
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Osanyinbi Ifedolapo O.
Technical Session 13
THE IMPACT OF OIL PRICE CHANGES ON THE ECONOMIC GROWTH OF NIGERIA
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Musiliu O. Oseni

Technical Session 13
PAYING FOR IMPROVED ELECTRICITY SERVICES IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: ANY ROLE FOR PREVIOUS MITIGATION ACTION?
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Ekpe, Priscillia Adamma
Technical Session 13
THE AFRICAN FUEL MARKET AND PRICING ISSUES IN A DEREGULATED ECONOMY, CURRENT AND FUTURE TREND
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Josephine Oduro-Asare
Technical Session 14
VIABILITY ANALYSIS OF SOLAR PV POWER PROJECT, THE CASE FOR RURAL COMMUNITIES IN GHANA
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Funsho Olaitan Kolawole
Technical Session 14
SMALL-SCALE BIOGAS SYSTEM FOR ENERGY PRODUCTION IN RURAL AREAS
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Usenobong F. Akpan
Technical Session 14
ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY AND ECONOMIC GROWTH: A PANEL ANALYSIS OF THE "U" IN KUZNETS
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Oluwasola Omoju
Technical Session 14
CLEAN COAL TECHNOLOGIES AND GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS: EVIDENCE FROM THE LITERATURE
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Prof. Yinka Omorogbe

Dual Plenary Session
ACCESS TO ENERGY IN NIGERIA: LAW AS A STIMULANT
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Emeka Duruigbo
Dual Plenary Session
ACCESS TO ENERGY IN NIGERIA: LAW AS A STIMULANT
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Odunayo Bankole Adebayo
Technical Session 15
RENEWABLE ENERGY TECHNOLOGY AND ENERGY EFFICIENCY MEASURES IN OYO STATE: A DEMAND SIDE ANALYSIS
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Olusanya E. Olubusoye1
Technical Session 15
MODELLING NIGERIA ELECTRICITY DEMAND USING STRUCTURAL TIME SERIES APPROACH
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Hamzah Mohammad Onotu
Technical Session 15
OIL PRICES AND MACROECONOMIC FUNDAMENTALS IN NIGERIA: AN ARDL BOUND TESTING
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Greg E Edame
Technical Session 15
RENEWABLE ENERGY RESOURCES AND CHALLENGES OF INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA
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Lilian Idiaghe

Technical Session 16
ENERGY ACCESS: SECURING THE RIGHT TO ELECTRICITY FOR RURAL WOMEN IN NIGERIA
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Yewande Shokoya

Technical Session 16
IMPACT OF PIB 2012 ON LIQUEFIED NATURAL GAS (LNG) PROJECTS IN NIGERIA
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P. C. Obutte

Technical Session 16
INSTITUTIONAL MANDATES IN THE NEW GLOBAL ENERGY REGIME: LESSONS AND PROSPECTS FOR ACCESS IN A DEVELOPING ECONOMY
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Tade Oyewunmi

Technical Session 16
DOMESTIC GAS UTILISATION AND POWER GENERATION IN NIGERIA: EXAMINING THE EXISITNG LEGAL AND REGULATORY FRAMEWORK
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Ahmed, A
Technical Session 17
EXPANDING ACCESS TO ELECTRICITY THROUGH PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP AT SUB-NATIONAL LEVEL. LESSONS FOR NORTH- EAST SUBREGION OF NIGERIA
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Damilola Felix Arawomo

Technical Session 17
ASSESSING GOVERNMENTS' DRIVE TOWARDS EXPORT DIVERSIFICATION: EVIDENCE FROM SELECTED OIL PRODUCING COUNTRIES
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Musibau Adetunji Babatunde

Technical Session 17
OIL PRICE SHOCKS AND TRADE BALANCE IN NIGERIA
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F. K . Ohuche
Technical Session 17
ECONOMIC EFFECTS OF DOMESTIC ENERGY PRICING REFORMS AND ENERGY ACCESS IN EMERGING POWER MARKETS: ANALYSIS OF CASE STUDIES AND LESSONS FOR NIGERIA
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BEN OBI
Technical Session 18
POWER SECTOR REFORMS: THE NEXUS BETWEEN ELECTRICITY TARIFF, PRICING AND INVESTMENT IN NIGERIA (1970-2012)
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L. Oladele Oderinde
Technical Session 18
RESOURCE TAX DESIGN AND THE ECONOMICS OF OFFSHORE OIL INVESTMENT PROJECTS
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Kehinde Adedeji.O
Technical Session 18
MODELLING THE TRENDS OF PRIVATIZATION AND ELECTRICITY CONSUMPTION IN NIGERIA: A BOUND TEST APPROACH


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