The Nigerian Coal Corporation: An Evaluation Of Production Performance(1960 1987)
COAL WAS DISCOVERED IN NIGERIA IN 1909 AND COAL MINING STARTED WITH A DRIFT MINE AT OGBETE, ENUGU IN 1915. SINCE 1958/59, WHEN COAL PRODUCTION REACHED ITS PEAK, THERE HAS BEEN A PERSISTENT FLUCTUATION IN THE AMOUNT OF COAL PRODUCED IN SUBSEQUENT YEARS. THIS PAPER THEREFORE INVESTIGATES THE MAJOR CAUSES OF THE DECLINE OF THE NIGERIA COAL INDUSTRY AND PROVIDES A FRAMEWORK FOR GREATER(IMPROVED) PERFORMANCE.
|Date of creation:||02 Jan 2005|
|Note:||Type of Document - pdf; pages: 20. THIS IS A PREVIOUS RESEARCH PAPER FOR PUBLIC ACCESS.|
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