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16 Jan 2019
James Shindi is the Chief Executive of Brevity Anderson, organisers of the annual Nigeria Petroleum International Summit (NIPS). In an interview with the Head of Energy & Solid Minerals Desk, STANLEY OPARA, he speaks on the fate of the oil/gas industry in the current election year, the PIGB and NIPS. Excerpts; Giving the fact that…
4 Jan 2019
Chief Executive of Brevity Anderson, organisers of the yearly Nigeria Petroleum International Summit (NIPS), James Shindi, has said Nigeria has the capacity to upscale its proven oil reserves to 40 billion barrels within the next few years. Speaking ahead of the forthcoming NIPS 2019 conference and exhibition scheduled to start from January 27; Shindi said…
10 Jan 2018
The Nigerian International Petroleum Summit (NIPS), an African Petroleum Technology and Investment Conference, is expected to attract new investors into the region’s oil and gas industry.

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