News Release: Nigeria Oil & Gas Conference & Exhibition, 2 – 5 July 2018, ICC, Abuja, Nigeria
High level government participation in this year’s event is highly anticipated as the industry seeks intervention in the face of global challenges. The price of crude has dropped to record levels forcing many in the industry to cancel or suspend key projects and investments.
Commenting on this edition of NOG, Wemimo Oyelana, Vice President – Production, Africa, CWC Group stated: “Now in its 17th year, NOG has become an extraordinary event in the Nigerian and international energy calendars. It brings together policy makers, operating oil companies, technology innovators and local manufacturers in an open and free discussion and debate that has the potential for developing new strategies to drive the industry forward.”
Other expected key participants include Ministers of the Federal Republic, senators, senior government representatives from the Ministry of Petroleum Resources as well as NNPC and its subsidiaries. Also participating will be key players from international oil companies, independent producers, international and indigenous service providers and industry associations.
Industry leaders already confirmed include:
⦁ Dr Maikanti Baru, Group Managing Director, NNPC
⦁ H.E. Mohammad Sanusi Barkindo, Secretary General, OPEC
⦁ Mordecai Ladan, Director, Department of Petroleum Resources
⦁ Simbi Wabote, Executive Secretary, NCDMB
⦁ Bello Rabiu, Chief Operating Officer – Upstream, NNPC
⦁ Henry Ikem Obih, Chief Operating Officer – Downstream, NNPC
⦁ Anibor Kragha, Chief Operating Officer – Refineries, NNPC
⦁ Dafe S. Sejebor, Group General Manager, National Petroleum Investment Management Services
Dr Maikanti Baru, who recently announced the assurance of the NNPC to provide more support to indigenous companies in Nigeria’s Oil & Gas Industry, has fully pledged his support for the event.
NOG will provide delegates with the ability to learn how to develop innovative and profitable solutions to aid the development of Nigeria, something which Baru has urged private companies to do. The 4 day conference and exhibition will enable private sector companies to find opportunities to partner with the public sector which will aid the realisation of the Country’s economic goals.
Sessions throughout the conference will focus on issues such as the policies needed to enhance the Nigerian oil and gas industry’s competitive edge, the changes in legislation and policy that industry players want to see, as well as how the government is working with the industry to further develop policies.
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