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The problem of gas flaring: a review of current legal and policy efforts in the UK and Nigeria. (2021)
Journal Article
MOLLER, L. and MOHAMMED, J.I. [2021]. The problem of gas flaring: a review of current legal and policy efforts in the UK and Nigeria. Oil, gas and energy law [online]: law and policy for gas flaring in a low-carbon economy, Provisional. Available from: https://www.ogel.org/journal-advance-publication-article.asp?key=700

The flaring of gas and consequent carbon dioxide emissions from oil and gas installations is a significant environmental problem in many countries and a key contributor to global warming and climate change. The process consumes useful natural resourc... Read More about The problem of gas flaring: a review of current legal and policy efforts in the UK and Nigeria..

The problem of gas flaring: a review of current legal and policy efforts in the UK and Nigeria. (2021)
Presentation / Conference
MOHAMMED, J.I. and MOLLER, L. 2021. The problem of gas flaring: a review of current legal and policy efforts in the UK and Nigeria. Presented at 2021 AIPN (Association of International Petroleum Negotiators) student forum: Nigerian issues and energy transition in developing nations webinar, 22 July 2021, [virtual conference].

Associated gas (AG) flaring is declared illegal in many countries, however, the practice continues with impunity in most oil-producing countries like Russia, Iraq, Iran and USA, Venezuela, Algeria and Nigeria among others. Though may only occur in ce... Read More about The problem of gas flaring: a review of current legal and policy efforts in the UK and Nigeria..

How sustainable is Nigeria’s effort of ending gas flaring and unlocking gas potentials: a review of the country’s anti-gas flaring legal and policy frameworks. (2020)
Presentation / Conference
MOHAMMED, J. and MOLLER, L. 2020. How sustainable is Nigeria’s effort of ending gas flaring and unlocking gas potentials: a review of the country’s anti-gas flaring legal and policy frameworks. Presented at 5th International emerging research paradigms in business and social sciences conference 2020 (ERPBSS 2020), 14-16 January 2020, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Nigeria had recently signed a new legal framework with a primary goal of helping the country achieve its policy objective of ending gas flaring and unlocking gas potentials by the year 2020 in line with its commitment to the 2030 Sustainable Developm... Read More about How sustainable is Nigeria’s effort of ending gas flaring and unlocking gas potentials: a review of the country’s anti-gas flaring legal and policy frameworks..

Dispute resolution in the oil and gas industry: an appraisal of mediation and litigation procedures. (2017)
Journal Article
MOHAMMED, J.I. 2017. Dispute resolution in the oil and gas industry: an appraisal of mediation and litigation procedures. Journal of private and business law [online], 2(1), pages 115-126.

The Oil and Gas Industry Resolution originally recognised negotiation and concede to the alternative dispute resolution rather, their litigation. The paper analysed appraised the different alternative dispute resolution, formulae including mediation... Read More about Dispute resolution in the oil and gas industry: an appraisal of mediation and litigation procedures..

Information and communication technology, cyber crime and the administration of criminal justice system in Nigeria. (2016)
Book Chapter
ALHAJI, B.K., HASSAN, A.S. and MOHAMMED, J.I. 2016. Information and communication technology, cybercrime and the administration of criminal justice system in Nigeria. In Yusuf, Y.M. (ed.) Current themes on Nigerian law and practice. Maiduguri: University of Maiduguri, Chapter 25, pages 416-431.

Information and Communication Technology (ICT) refers to technologies that provide access to information through telecommunications. ICT covers any product that will store, retrieve, manipulate, transmit or receive information electronically in a dig... Read More about Information and communication technology, cyber crime and the administration of criminal justice system in Nigeria..

Comparing Nigeria’s legal framework for combating gas flaring with that of Norway: lessons for Nigeria. (2016)
Journal Article
MOHAMMAD, J.I. 2016. Comparing Nigeria’s legal framework for combating gas flaring with that of Norway: lessons for Nigeria. Imperial journal of interdisciplinary research [online], 2(9), pages 1252-1261. Available from: http://www.onlinejournal.in/IJIRV2I9/197.pdf

The oil producing countries that have deliberately focused on the development of their oil and gas industry’s structures and enforcement of their legal and regulatory frameworks have usually been able to dramatically reduce associated gas (AG) flarin... Read More about Comparing Nigeria’s legal framework for combating gas flaring with that of Norway: lessons for Nigeria..

Examination of the frameworks for combating gas flaring in Nigeria: why has the Nigerian government failed to combat gas flaring. (2016)
Journal Article
MOHAMMED, J. 2016. Examination of the frameworks for combating gas flaring in Nigeria: why has the Nigerian government failed to combat gas flaring. Unimaid journal of public law, 4, pages 94-109.

Associated Gas (AG) flaring in Nigeria is a topical issue in view of the international efforts to curb greenhouse gas emissions thereby saving the global environment. The Nigerian government has attempted to eliminate or at least, reduce the volumes... Read More about Examination of the frameworks for combating gas flaring in Nigeria: why has the Nigerian government failed to combat gas flaring..