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An assessment of the distribution of Petroleum products in Nigeria

Christopher Ehinomen and Adepoju Adeleke
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Christopher Ehinomen: Department of Economics and Business Studies Redeemer’s university, Redemption City, Mowe, Ogun State, Nigeria
Adepoju Adeleke: Department of Economics and Business Studies Redeemer’s university, Redemption City, Mowe, Ogun State, Nigeria

E3 Journal of Business Management and Economics., 2012, vol. 3, issue 6, 232-241

Abstract: Nigeria is endowed with abundant natural resources of which petroleum resources play a dominant role in the economy. These resources can be effectively harnessed and managed for the benefit of all Nigerians. Unfortunately, the distribution of petroleum products in the Nigerian economy is fraught with complex problems resulting sometimes in petroleum products outages, inflated prices of products and contentions on the pump price of products. This paper examines the various issues regarding the distribution of products and recommends that the downstream activities of the industry be completely deregulated to allow private sector and entrepreneurs’ full participation in the distribution of the products. It is hypothesized that the participation of entrepreneurs will drive effectiveness in the sector. Effectiveness will bring down cost of operations with the consequence reduction of price of products for the benefit of all the stakeholders in the industry.

Keywords: Deregulation; Prices; Private sector. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2012-06
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