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Conferences & Exhibitions

LUKOIL Receives the Most Prestigious International Communications Award

LUKOIL received the Grand Prix and was announced winner in two categories of Eventiada IPRA Golden World Awards 2020, the largest communications award in Eastern Europe and Central Asia. This year, Eventiada IPRA GWA struck a partnership with the United Nations and joined the programme of supporting the UN Sustainable Development Goals. The Grand Prix went to LUKOIL in […]

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The Sub Saharan International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference 3-5 March 2021

Ensuring you remains present and active with your clients and partners during these current times has never been more imperative. The 5th Sub Saharan Africa International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference, is the largest gathering of the oil and gas value chain across Sub Saharan Africa, enabling all participants to develop business, strengthen and nurture partnerships and […]

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The 10th Practical Nigerian Content Forum (PNC)

The health and safety of PNC participants is of utmost priority. Taking this into consideration along with the impact the global pandemic and other factors have had on businesses, the decision has been taken to postpone PNC until 2021. We look forward to welcoming participants to the Nigerian Content Centre, Yenagoa, Bayelsa for the 10th […]

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Nigeria Oil & Gas Strategic Conference

NOG 2021 will focus on the strategies that will be employed by the Nigerian government and private sectors leaders to navigate the emerging business environment – helping to set the nation’s energy agenda for the next 12 months. The year commenced with plans for development and growth for the Nigerian oil and gas industry with […]

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Nigeria Starts Talks With Oil Majors to End $62 Billion Dispute

Nigeria began preliminary talks with international oil companies to settle a dispute over revenue. The government, citing a 2018 Supreme Court ruling, says it’s entitled to $62 billion from the companies after they failed to comply with a 1993 law that hands the state a greater share of income when oil exceeds $20 a barrel. […]

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Oil ‘not yet replaceable’ – ex-Nigerian president Obasanjo

The oil and gas industry is “not-yet replaceable” as a reliable energy provider but it must harness technological advancements to hold off the challenge from renewable energy sources, according to Nigerian ex-president Olusegun Obasanjo. “The present challenges, particularly of renewable resources coming in and eating gradually but steadily into the areas where oil and gas […]

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