8th NAEE/IAEE Annual International Conference
2015 PAPER PRESENTATION (April 27th & 28th,2015)
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Authors
Sessions
Presentations
1
Obehi Emmanuel
Concurrent Session 1
ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION LOSSES EVALUATION AND REDUCTION STRATEGIES: CASE STUDY OF A COMPANY IN NIGERIA 
2
Uduak Akpan
Concurrent Session 1
TECHNOLOGY OPTIONS AND COST OF INCREASING ACCESS TO ELECTRICITY IN TARABA STATE, NIGERIA
3
Abiola Akande
Concurrent Session 1
Natural Gas Dependence and Electricity Vulnerability in Nigeria

4
Adebunmi Oduyoye-Ejumedia
Concurrent Session 2
Is there a relationship between Financial Sector Development and Fossil Fuel Consumption? Empirical Investigation from Nigeria
5
Oludele Folarin
Concurrent Session 2
Error Correction Model Approach to Electricity Consumption and Financial Market Development in Nigeria
6
Terfa Williams
Concurrent Session 2
Energy and Financial Markets: Effect of Crude Oil Price and Exchange Rate Movement on the Nigerian Stock Market
7
Mattew Adagunodo
Concurrent Session 2
OIL   RESOURCES, EXCHANGE RATE AND ECONOMIC GROWTH: A PANEL DATA ANALYSIS FOR OIL RESOURCE ABUNDANCE COUNTRIES
8
Omojolaibi Joseph
Concurrent Session 3
Energy Consumption, Pollution and Economic Growth in Selected African Countries: Evidence from Heterogeneous Panel Techniques
9
Ladeinde Ayodeji
Concurrent Session 3
GAS FLARING AND GAS FINING  IN NIGERIA
10
A.O.J. Adebowale
Concurrent Session 4
THE USE OF LOCALLY SOURCED MATERIALS FOR DRILLING MUD TREATMENT (A case study of the use of burnt palm head sponge for ph enhancement and corn starch as a viscosifier)
11
I. O. Ogundari
Concurrent Session 4
An Energy Futures Analysis to Nigeria’s Techno-Economic Development Agenda
12
Bosede Olanike Awoyemi
Concurrent Session 4
Nigeria Aggregate Electricity Consumption: A viewpoint to 2025
13
Professor Akin Iwayemi
Inaugural  Plenary Session
World Oil Market Developments: Analysis of Historical Trends and Future Prospects and Implications for Nigeria
14
Professor Sam olofin
Inaugural  Plenary Session
Macroeconomic Impacts of Oil Price Decline on the Nigerian Economy
15
Echeta Desmond O
Concurrent Session 5
NIGERIAN ENERGY POLICY CHALLENGES; IS EUROPE DIFFERENT?
16
Musibau Adetunji Babatunde
Concurrent Session 5
International Reserve Movement in Nigeria: Do Oil Price Shock Matter?
17
Ayorinde Joshua O.

Concurrent Session 5
AN ANALYSIS OF SHALE OIL DEVELOPMENT AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR OPEC EXPORTING NATIONS: EVIDENCE FROM NIGERIA
18
Augustine C. Osigwe
Concurrent Session 6
Energy Saving and Eco Driving Behaviour: Empirical Evidence from Ibadan
19
Kanya Williams
Concurrent Session 6
PREMIUM MOTOR SPIRIT AND FISCAL CONCERNS IN THE NIGERIAN ECONOMY: AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS
20
Adejumo Opeyemi Oluwabunmi

Concurrent Session 6
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: IMPLICATIONS FOR ENERGY POLICY IN NIGERIA
21
Mohammed Shuaibu
Concurrent Session 7
DIVERSIFICATION FROM OIL TO NON-OIL EXPORTS IN NIGERIA: AN OLD WINE IN A NEW BOTTLE!
22
Onyinje Isreal
Concurrent Session 7
Comparative Economics of Gas Utilization Options for Marginal Field  Development in Nigeria
23
Ajibola Yemi
Concurrent Session 7
Fiscal Spending and Electricity Demand-Supply Gap: An empirical Analysis
24
CPEEL
Concurrent Session 7
Big Data, Energy, Oil and Gas
25
Dapo Babalola
Concurrent Session 8
OIL VAGARIES, GOVERNMENT SPENDING AND THE NIGERAIAN ECONOMY
26
Echeta Desmond
Concurrent Session 8
Electricity Generation and Distribution Reform in Nigeria; Evidence from the South East
27
Salisu Isihak
Concurrent Session 8
Petroleum Product Subsidies Removal in Nigeria
28
Musiliu Oseni
Concurrent Session 9
Get rid of it: To what extent might improved reliability reduce self-generation in Nigeria?
29
Olanipekun Ifedolapo
Concurrent Session 9
HOW CHANGES IN PETROLEUM PRODUCTS’ PRICES AFFECT OUTPUT IN NIGERIA
30
Jean Balouga
Concurrent Session 9
SHOULD NIGERIA BE CONCERNED ABOUT THE COMING OF THORIUM?
31
Mufutau O. Olarinde

Concurrent Session 10
Profitability Analysis and Energy Use efficiency in Micro, Small and Medium Scale Enterprises: Case Study of UDUS Commercial Centre
32
Yingigba C. Akinyemi
Concurrent Session 10
ANALYSIS OF HOUSEHOLD ENERGY-SAVING BEHAVIOUR IN IBADAN METROPOLIS, NIGERIA
33
D. O. Otokpa
Concurrent Session 11
BIOLOGICAL SOLAR ENERGY AND ARTIFICIAL PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN COMBATING CLIMATE CHANGE FOR SELF RELIANCE AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA.
34
C. Chris Ofonyelu
Concurrent Session 11
Aggregated or Disaggregated Estimation of Household Energy Demand: Implications for distribution companies
35
Afaha John
Concurrent Session 12
THE IMPACT OF INCREASING ENERGY PRICES ON THE PRICES OF OTHER GOODS AND HOUSEHOLD EXPENDITURES: EVIDENCE FROM NIGERIA
36
Ali Garba Ali
Concurrent Session 12
Econometric Analyses on Nigeria in Comparison to GEC
37
Oladipo Agboola
Concurrent Session 12
Increase in Fuel Price and Inflation: A case study of Nigeria
38
Olusanya Olubusoye
Concurrent Session 12
Time Series Analysis of Volatility in the Petroleum Pricing Markets: The Persistence, Asymmetry and Jumps in the Returns Series
39
F.O. Kolawole
Concurrent Session 13
Fabrication and Characterization of OLED Solar Device
40
Yunus Abiodun
Concurrent Session 13
CULTURAL AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC DETERMINANTS OF CLEAN ENERGY UTILIZATION IN NIGERIA
41
Chris AC. Ogbonna
Concurrent Session 13
Nigeria Local Content Development: Evaluation of the Journey So Far, Challenges, Opportunities and Strategies for Success
42
Peter Kayode O.
Concurrent Session 15
Independent Power Projects and Purchase Guarantees in Nigeria: Analyses of the Legal, Contractual and Policy Issues Arising
43
Ogunjinmi O.O.
Concurrent Session 15
Institutional Quality and Oil Sector Performance in Nigeria
44
P.C. Obutte
Concurrent Session 15
CONTRACTUAL POLEMICS IN THE ENERGY SECTOR AND JUDICIAL REMEDIES: PERSPECTIVES ON THE MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING
45
Balkisu Saidu
Concurrent Session 15
RESETTING THE PROTECTIVE CLOCK: AN APPRECIATION OF THE LEGAL RESPONSIBILITY OF ELECTRICITY SUPPLIER TO THE CONSUMER IN NIGERIA
46
Edame Greg
Concurrent Session 16
THE IMPACT OF ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND SAVING BEHAVIOURS ON LIVING STANDARDS OF THE RESIDENTS OF CALABAR SOUTH AND CALABAR MUNICIPAL AREAS OF CROSS RIVER STATE-NIGERIA
47
Atoyebi M. O.
Concurrent Session 16
The Development of Small Hydropower (SHP): A Viable Energy Option in Nigeria
48
F.K. Ohuche
Concurrent Session 16
Institutional Frameworks and Regulation of "Energy  Mix” Markets:  Analysis and Implications for Energy Regulatory Reforms in Nigeria
49
Laniran Temitope
Concurrent Session 17
ENVIRONMENTALLY-ADJUSTED DOMESTIC PRODUCT: A COMPUTATION FOR NIGERIA
50
Ogunro T. T.
Concurrent Session 17
Carbon Dioxide Emission, Electricity Generation and Economic Growth: Case of the Nigerian Economy
51
Stephen Ekene
Concurrent Session 18
ELECTRICITY CONSUMPTION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH: THE NIGERIAN CASE
52
Ikpe Imoh
Concurrent Session 18
IMPACT OF OIL PRICE SHOCKS ON THE NIGERIAN ECONOMY
53
Damilola F. Arawomo
Concurrent Session 18
CAR PRICES AND FUEL ECONOMY: EMPIRICAL NEXUS FROM IBADAN
54
Abiodun Edward A.
Concurrent Session 18
OIL THEFT, ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATIONS AND SOCIAL DISEQUILIBRUIM IN NIGERIA’NIGER DELTA:  ISSUES AND IMPLICATIONS
55
Ben Obi
Concurrent Session 19
PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP IN POWER SECTOR: ANALYSIS OF OPTIMIZING BEHAVIOR
56
Bongo Adi
Concurrent Session 19
Electricity Reform in Nigeria: MYTO Model, Assumptions, Appropriateness and Lessons
57
Dr. Haliru Dikko
Second Plenary Session
10 Years of Electricity Sector Reforms in Nigeria: Progress and Challenges
58
Ms. Bolanle Onagoruwa
Second Plenary Session
One year after electricity privatisation: achievements and challenges
59
Mr. Oti Ikomi
Second Plenary Session
Prospects for the Electricity Sector in Nigeria in the Post Privatization Era
60
Prof. Wumi Iledare
Roundtable Session
MANAGING OIL AND GAS FOR  MAX IMUN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMEN UNDER FALLING OIL PRICES: STRATEGIC OPTIONS FOR NIGERIA
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