‘Nigeria’s local content advocacy generating cross-border impacts’
The organisers of the African Oil Week (AOW), say aside driving the ongoing localisation of industry knowledge and expertise, Nigeria’s local content advocacy, through monumental capacity development programmes, is generating huge cross border impacts.
Stakeholders seek massive investment in gas
Owing to current market opportunities in the natural gas value chain, stakeholders in Nigeria’s hydrocarbon space have stressed the need for massive investments on the commodity.
Boost for Nigerian content agenda as stakeholders collaborate to build vessels
As more stakeholders in the country’s oil/gas and maritime space continue to leverage critical partnerships to develop vessels, the country’s local content programme championed by the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB) appears to be gathering momentum. Collaborations have been identified as particularly effective way to lower costs and simplify contractor management. Combining equipment,…
NigerStar7 vessel to boost complex deepwater projects, local content agenda
NigerStar7, a frontline operator in the services section of the oil and gas industry has officially renamed and launched its newly acquired vessel (NigerStar7 Adaba), valued at N7.2billion, to boost capability in the maritime segment of the oil and gas epic industry.
NOAC JV trains contractors on capacity building, government regulations
As part of efforts to to develop the capacity of Nigeria-owned companies and contractors to activately participate in the oil and gas industry, the Nigeria Agip Oil Company (NAOC) and its Joint Venture partners on Monday, commenced capacity training for indigenous contractors in the Niger Delta.
NCDMB boss wants increased lawyers participation in oil, gas reforms
The Executive Secretary of Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB), Simbi Wabote,, says Nigerian lawyers should get more involved and active in the ongoing reforms in the oil and gas industry.
NCDMB seeks listing of refineries, petrochemical industries on Exchange
The Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB) has stressed the need for firms that constitute hydrocarbon resources in-country such as refineries, petrochemical industries, fertilizer firms to list on the Nigerian Stock Exchange ...
‘Operators should harness local content law for inclusive growth’
Stakeholders have sought for an aggressive active participation of Nigerian companies to actively use the Local Content Act, as a tool to develop the country’s huge natural resources for economic development, while also dispersing wealth generated for inclusive growth.
Osinbajo, Wabote Woo US Investors For Nigerian Oil Sector
Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo and Executive Secretary of the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB), Simbi Wabote have urged United States based Information Communication Technology (ICT) companies to invest in the Nigerian oil and gas sector. A statement by the supervisor, Media and Publicity of NCDMB, Obinna Ezeobi, yesterday quoted the duo as making…