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  • NNPC shed light on 2020 audited report

     Japo_Japo updated 1 month ago 1 Member · 1 Post
  • Japo_Japo

    September 19, 2021 at 10:10 am

    He said the trend of real openness has begun not only in the NNPC but also in the Nigerian petroleum industry, especially with the signing of the Petroleum Industry Act (PIA).

    He said that during the period under review, the NNPC took some unprecedented steps among which was cost optimisation aimed at refocusing its businesses.

    Also, in the week, the Nigerian Gas Marketing Company Limited (NGMC), a subsidiary of NNPC, restated its commitment to the development of its host communities.

    Managing Director of the Company, Mr Justin Ezeala, made the commitment at the opening ceremony of the Women Skills Acquisition Program for its host communities in its Northern operations

    He said NGMC was committed to developing a robust sustainable relationship with all its host communities and disclosed that the beneficiaries were carefully nominated by executives of their respective communities and would undergo intensive three-week training in catering, tailoring/fashion design, hairdressing and make-up (including pedicure, manicure andgele tying).

    He tasked the host communities on the sustenance of the existing peaceful relationship while assuring them of the company’s continued support.

    Addressing the beneficiaries, the Lead Consultant, Bernard Emekpe, said the program was a testament to NNPC’s vision of engaging the communities in which it operates.

    He advised the beneficiaries to see this as a lifetime opportunity and take control of their destiny.

    A representative of the host communities, Otokina Goodluck, and some of the beneficiaries said the program was a life-changing opportunity and promised to make judicious use of it.

    The beneficiaries were drawn from Ajaokuta, Geregu, and Aku communities in Kogi State.

    Meanwhile, the Republic of Norway has commended the federal government on the successful signing of the Petroleum Industry Act, PIA.

    The Norwegian Ambassador to Nigeria, Knut Eiliv Lein gave the commendation during a business visit to the Minister of State for Petroleum Resources Chief Timipre Sylva in Abuja.

    He said they were delighted at the signing of the bill which he said would accelerate development and strengthen the oil and gas industry.

    On his part, Chief Sylva said the difference between past efforts and the eventual PIB that was passed by the National Assembly was that all industry stakeholders, including government agencies were carried along.

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