February 3, 2023



NIES 2023: Skilled associations declare readiness for full participation

Skilled and commerce associations underneath the oil and gasoline worth chain have declared their readiness to take part absolutely within the upcoming Nigeria Worldwide Vitality Summit (NIES) scheduled to happen in Abuja from April sixteenth to twentieth, 2023.

The associations embody Unbiased Petroleum Producers Group (IPPG), Nigerian Gasoline Affiliation (NGA), Petroleum Know-how Affiliation of Nigeria (PETAN), Petroleum Contractors Commerce Part (PCTS), Nigerian LPG Affiliation (NLPGA) and Main Oil Entrepreneurs Affiliation of Nigeria (MOMAN). They made the declaration throughout a latest dinner for the international envoys in Nigeria hosted by the Minister of State for Petroleum Sources, Timipre Sylva.

“The NIES platform has enabled Nigeria to have a foothold on the features of the worldwide power market which falls in in step with the goals of the IPPG”, stated Abdulrazaq Isa, Chairman IPPG. He additionally restated the group’s dedication in the direction of guaranteeing that divested property in Nigeria are harnessed by indigenous exploration and manufacturing firms. The IPPG helmsman additionally indicated the group’s willingness to help African nations in harnessing their hydrocarbon sources.

In his personal goodwill deal with on the dinner, the President of NGA, Ed Ubong, eulogized the NIES for its strong push of Nigeria’s gasoline agenda which culminated to a day within the summit calendar devoted solely for gasoline.

“We are going to proceed to help and be a part of any initiative that promotes the utilisation of pure gasoline as the popular power supply in Nigeria for the good thing about the nation and the varied stakeholders within the Nigerian gasoline worth chain”, Ubong stated. He additionally referred to as for inter-connection of pipeline infrastructure to drive gasoline growth in Nigeria.

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The Chairman Petroleum Know-how Affiliation of Nigeria (PETAN), Nik Odinuwe, recommended the Federal Ministry of Petroleum Sources and all of the parastatals underneath the Ministry for its group of the annual power summit and reiterated PETAN’s readiness to take part absolutely within the upcoming NIES 2023.

“PETAN’s intention is to convey collectively Nigerian Oil and Gasoline entrepreneurs to create a discussion board for the alternate of concepts with main operators and policy-makers and our goal keys into the NIES platform”, stated Odinuwe.

Others who declared their readiness for full participation of the teams for the NIES 2023 embody Tayo Akinwunmi, Chairman, PCTS; Felix Ekundayo, President, NLPGA and Olumide Adeosun, Chairman, MOMAN.

The Minister of State for Petroleum Sources, Chief Timipre Sylva in his remarks acknowledged that Nigeria will proceed to make use of the Nigeria Worldwide Vitality Summit (NIES) to push the nation’s power agenda because it continues to advertise power effectivity and renewable applied sciences.

“Additionally it is quick changing into a platform for showcasing engineering and technological breakthroughs within the power sector,” Sylva stated. He additionally used the chance to speak in regards to the optimistic developments within the power business underneath the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari.

“The Nigerian power business has undergone optimistic reforms with the passage of the Petroleum Business Act (PIA) 2021. The PIA 2021 has paved the best way for brand new funding, created jobs, help financial and power diversification and has positioned Nigeria able of with the ability to not solely meet our power wants, however assist help the world’s rising power calls for”, Sylva stated including that the Act has beneficiant incentives to encourage the event, distribution, penetration, and utilisation of gasoline – because it incentivizes entry into the midstream, particularly for funding in gasoline pipelines.

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