The Nigeria Oil & Gas 2019, (NOG) scheduled to hold in Abuja between 1st – 4th July 2019, is to cover the most pertinent industry issues.
This is contained in a statement circulated by the Vice President, Production, CWC Events Africa, Wemimo Oyelana and received by Informavores.
The statement said, “It’s my pleasure to deliver a preview of the NOG 2019 strategic programme. Taking place 1 – 4 July 2019, NOG will cover the most pertinent industry issues:”
Accordingly, issues to be covered include: Nigerian Content Implementation for Sustained Economic Development, Showcasing the Next Frontier of Catalytic Projects for New Business Opportunities, Maintaining Nigeria’s position as the Oil & Gas Investment Destination of Choice, and Leveraging the Full Potential of Gas for Industrial & Economic Growth, among other issues.
The statement also confirmed that among the dignitaries that would be in attendance are: The Executive Secretary, Nigerian Content Development & Monitoring Board (NCDMB), Engr. Simbi Wabote; The Chief Operating Officer – Gas & Power, NNPC, Saidu A. Mohammed and The Chief Operating Officer – Downstream, NNPC, Engr. Henry Ikemfuna Obih.
Others are The Chairman & Managing Director, Chevron Nigeria , Jeff Ewing; The Managing Director & Chief Executive, Total Upstream Companies in Nigeria, Nicolas Terraz; and The Chairman & Managing Director, Mobil Producing Nigeria Unlimited, Paul McGrath.
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