Owhoko lifts oil and gas industry with a book
Succour has come the way of the oil and gas industry as its efforts at communicating issues to stakeholders has received a boost after a lingo compendium was reintroduced to the public with reinvigorated and well researched information containing clear and detailed definitions that are extensively cross referenced, and handy for quick and easy understanding of the industry.
Published in the United States of America, The Language of Oil and Gas is a dictionary and a complete explanation of oil and gas terminology comprising current developments in the industry which comprises the upstream, midstream and downstream.
The book, which is entitled, The Language of Oil and Gas, and written by Michael Owhoko, a renowned author and journalist, was published by BookVenture Publishing LLC, and has been formally released to the public, and is available in major bookstores worldwide, including Amazon, Banes and Nobles, BookVentures.
“Every trade or profession has its language. The language is what gives it its unique identification. The oil and gas industry, just like other trade and professions, has its peculiar language. For those whose activities revolve round this industry, the surest way to build a bridge across to it is to be familiar with its unique identification,” Owhoko disclosed.
The author further said that the book is vital to all stakeholders in the oil and gas industry, particularly professionals, practitioners, journalists, contractors, businessmen and students, as it provides explanation to hitherto grey areas with robust clarity of concepts.
Indeed, the book is a must read, as all lives are impacted directly or indirectly by the oil and gas industry one way or the other. Owhoko is a media and public relations practitioner who has mostly worked in the oil and gas, banking, and media industries. He earned degrees in political science and mass communications and is the publisher of Media Issues, an online newspaper (www.mediaissuesng.com). He’s also the author of Career Frustration in the Workplace; Nigeria on the Precipice: Issues, Options and Solutions; The Future of Nigeria; and Feminism: The Agony of Men.
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