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GPPSL emerges pipeline service company of the year


Global Process and Pipeline Services Limited (GPPSL) has bagged the Foreign Investment Network (FIN) Pipeline Service Company of the year at the 2019 Nigeria International Petroleum Summit (NIPS), held recently in Abuja.

The award is an acknowledgement of GPPSL’s significant contribution to oil and gas development through its track record in process and pipeline services in Nigeria’s oil and gas sector.

The award was received by the Chief Executive of GPPSL, Obi Uzu, at a dinner witnessed by Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Dr. Ibe Kachikwu, energy ministers from other African countries and other dignitaries, including representatives of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB), and other industry players.

Speaking at the award/dinner night, Kachikwu said that the event was aimed at rewarding institutions, organisations and personalities, who have contributed immensely to the growth and development of the hydrocarbon industry and the entire economy of the nation.

In a chat with journalists at the sidelines of the award, Obi Uzu thanked the organisers of the awards’ for recognising GPPSL and for taking note of the company’s focus on process and pipeline services in Nigeria’s oil sector. Uzu said the company would not relent in offering excellent services in the industry, while maintaining global best practices

The GPPSL chief executive dedicated the award to the company’s employees whose handwork and diligence has helped to put the company on the continent’s map as the process and pipeline services company of repute.“The GPPSL award by FIN as the Pipeline Service Company of the year is a great honour and recognition for our modest efforts being a reference point for indigenous capacity for process and pipeline services in the country”, said Uzu.

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