Massive interest in Abuja oil and gas conference

Oil explorationLAGOS, (CAJ News) – PREPARATIONS for the fifth Upstream and Downstream Oil
and Gas Exhibition and Conference, scheduled for Abuja next month are at
an advanced stage.

The event is scheduled for September 22-24 at the Shehu Musa Yar’Adua Centre.

It would be held under the theme, “Showcasing Nigerian Content with
Technological Advancement.”

The event continues to be the largest indigenous and most-established oil
and gas event in West Africa, gathering technical experts, industry
leaders, thinkers, investors and Government policy makers to discuss
global industry trends, issues and new technologies, as well as present an
opportunity for our great country and the sub-region to showcase its
strength and opportunities in achieving growth.

Dr. Kune Igoni, Director of Event/CEO of the event, said West African oil
and gas companies were growing and expanding businesses.

Igoni said, with great hopes of international investors trooping into the
Nigerian economy and the impressive showing of the country’s oil and gas
industry, the 5th Upstream & Downstream Trade Show promises to be the
gathering of global hydrocarbon key players with contractors, equipment
manufacturers, decision and policy makers.

Meanwhile, Igoni further disclosed that, after the successful hosting of
four editions of this event , the U & D Expo and Conference had continued
to receive commendations from oil and gas companies, high government
personnel and diplomatic missions.

It is endorsed by the Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR),
Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), Nigerian National
Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Petroleum Technology Development Fund
(PTDF), National Petroleum Investment Management Services (NAPIMS), South
Korean Consulate, Nigeria, Royal Dutch Embassy, Nigeria and other major
industry players and stakeholders. 

– CAJ News

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