MG VOWGAS Group will be hosting a number of distinguished, C-Level Oil Industry Executives at its fabrication yard in Port Harcourt in Nigeria’s Eastern Niger Delta Basin, in early December.
It is the site visit of delegates to the Practical Nigerian Content Forum, organized by the London based CWC Ltd and held annually since 2011. The 2019 fare is the 9th edition.
The CWC has organized this event, every year, as some form of work shopping through Local content requirements and compliance for companies, in Yenagoa, Bayelsa State Nigeria, in concert with the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB). The dates for this year are December 2-5, 2019.
“Delegates and Oil and gas Industry stakeholders will be visiting the facility at MG VOWGAS state of the arts fabrication yard in Port Harcourt for an opportunity to experience Nigerian Content in Action”, says Godwin Izomor, Group Managing Director of MG VOWGAS Limited. “We are proud to be chosen as the 2019 host of the delegates’ tour of the PNC, a tour known as Nigerian Content in Action”.
Izomor emphasized that MG VOWGAS is ASME certified. (ASME refers to the American Mechanical Engineering Certification).
The company, a wholly indigenous (Nigerian) firm, was incorporated in 2006 with the purpose of providing services in Engineering, Procurement, Installation, Construction, Pipeline Turnkey services and Marine Services.
Izomor says MG VOWGAS is the foremost pressure Vessel and Process plant Manufacturer providing services to the upstream production value chain, to the International Oil Companies and Nigerian Independents. Its services include Dish Head manufacturing and Post- weld Heat Treatment, as well as cold cutting, all done in its Mount Zion Fabrication Yard in Woji, Port Harcourt.
Good job and credit omitted on your edition and Godwin Izomor and Not George. i guess is typo error as it was mentioned correctly on the rest of tue piece.