In a bid to drum up support for the 36th NAPE Annual International Conference and Exhibition, a team of NAPE Executive Committee Members led by the President, Dr. Andrew Ejayeriese, FNAPE, FNMGS paid a courtesy visit to the Management of Total E&P on Thursday, June 21, 2018 at their Lagos office in Victoria Island, Lagos. Among those who accompanied the NAPE President on the visit were the Vice President, Mrs. Doris Akpovwa, President-Elect, Mr. Ajibola Oyebamiji, FNAPE, Publicity Secretary, Mr. Emmanuel Egbele, NAPE Executive Director, Mrs. Esther Adeniyi and Mr. Lawrence Osuagwu, Head, Education/Technical Services, NAPE. The Managing Director/Country Manager of Total Upstream Companies in Nigeria, Mr. Nicolas Terraz and some top management staff were on hand to receive to the NAPE team.
Similar courtesy visits had previously been made to the Honorable Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Dr. Emmanuel Ibe Kachikwu who was delighted to receive the NAPE Executives and pledged to be at the Annual International Conference and Exhibition. The Executive Committee also paid a visit to Chevron Nigeria Limited where the Managing Director, Mr. Jeffery Ewing and his management team were present to receive and interact with the NAPE Team.
The NAPE train also came calling on Seplat Petroleum Development Company Plc. The Managing Director/CEO, Mr. Austin Avuru, FNAPE and his top Management staff were also enthusiastic to receive the NAPE Team.The team also visited the Management of Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) where the Managing Director, SPDC and Country Chair of Shell Companies in Nigeria (SCiN) Mr. Okunbor Osagie was on hand to receive the team. He extolled NAPE for its giant strides over the years and its contribution to the Oil and Gas industry as well as the many notable industry professionals that have passed through the ranks of the Association.
In all the visits the NAPE team embarked on, the industry chiefs interacted with the NAPE Team on areas of mutual benefit as well as on burning issues in the industry.
The President of NAPE also expressed his appreciation for their support in the past and reiterated his desire to deepen the relationship between them and NAPE for the benefit of the Oil and Gas industry in Nigeria.
The visits undertaken so far by the Executive Committee of NAPE is yielding the desired results and more visits to other companies and government agencies are planned for Abuja, Port Harcourt and Benin in the coming months.
Below are some of the pictures of the visits