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PETAN to Showcase Nigerians Potential to the World Conference

Emeka Ene

Emeka Ene, Petan Chairman

Story By GLADYS JOHNSON

The Petroleum Technology Association of Nigeria (PETAN) has been selected to lead Nigeria’s delegation to 2015 Offshore Technology Conference scheduled to take place between May 4 and 7, 2015 in Houston, Texas in United States of America (USA). This was contained in a statement issued by PETAN’s Public Relation Officer’s Nicholas Odinowo issued and made available to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) IN Lagos on Monday The statement said that the selection is designed to consolidate achievements recorded by the association in driving partnership of indigenous oil and gas companies by international oil and gas companies. The statement said that Nigeria’s delegation in this year’s edition includes the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Independent Oil Companies (IOCs), independent, international and indigenous service companies, investors and representatives of government agencies. According to the statement “Petroleum Technology Association of Nigeria (PETAN) is again at the forefront co-coordinating the Nigerian Pavilion. The statement stated that the 2014 edition of the OTC brought to the fore the growing importance of Nigerian companies in the oil and gas industry. The statement said that the attendance at the 2014 conference reached a 46-year high of 108,300, the highest in history and up by 3.3 percent from 2013. “The attendance surpassed the 2013 total of 104,800 as the event had 2,56

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