Local Content Boss Tasks Media On Technology, Capacity Building

Executive Secretary, NCDMB
“Trainings like this would position NTA to be the TV station of choice for anyone desirous of authoritative and well-balanced information on Nigeria and Nigerians,” he added.

NCDMB Holds Workshop On Expatriate Quota Management

Thirty graduates have commenced post graduate diploma programme on marine survey under the sponsorship of the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB). The kick-off ceremony was held recently at the Niger Delta University, Wilberforce, Amassoma, Bayelsa State and the programme will equip participants with techniques to measure the quantity and quality of products such as crude oil, premium motor spirit (PMS), automotive gas oil (AGO) etc. On graduation, the participants would also be able to perform proper measurement and documentation of the nation’s income from oil and gas production. 20 graduates are enrolled in Marine Survey Level (12months) while 10 graduates will be trained as Marine Survey Upgrade (6months). The classroom component of the training will hold concurrently at the Niger Delta University Entrepreneurship Centre in Bayelsa State and Federal College of Fisheries and Marine Technology in Lagos state for 12 months and six months respectively. On-the-job training for the participants will take place at the Centre for Marine Survey Nigeria (CMSN), Lagos and, with international certification from the International Naval Surveys Bureau and Phoenix Register Shipping. Delivering his opening remarks at the event, the Executive Secretary, NCDMB, Engr. Simbi Wabote, ably represented by the General Manager, Capacity Building Division, Dr. Ama Ikuru, hinted that Nigerian ownership of marine vessels and equipment in the oil and gas industry is currently estimated about 40 percent. He added that increasing vessel ownership and participation of Nigerians in the maritime category will go a long way in meeting the 70 percent Nigerian Content aspiration by 2027. He maintained that marine surveyors are key to sustaining marine activities in the oil and gas industry and supporting vessel owners to survey and recertify their vessels in-country. He commended the Centre for Marine Surveyors Nigeria (CMSN) in conjunction with Wider Perspectives Limited and the Niger Delta University for developing a world class post graduate diploma training programme on Marine Survey. Also speaking at the event, the Vice Chancellor, Niger Delta University, Prof. Samuel Edomiekumo appreciated the Board for partnering the university in such an important programme and assured that it would provide a conducive environment for learning. A representative of Wider Perspectives Limited, Mrs. Edughom Hanson commended the Board for sponsoring the training and advised the participants to take the programme seriously, attend all lectures and comport themselves during the course of the programme.
The Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB) recently held stakeholders’ sensitization workshop on Expatriate Quota Management Initiative for midstream and downstream...

Total Energies and Simply Blue Group Launch TotalEnergies SBE US Joint...

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Falcon Oil & Gas Ltd. Announces Joe Nally as Director

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Falcon Oil & Gas Ltd. announced the appointment of Joe Nally as Non-executive Chairman and to the Board of the Company, with...

OPEC daily basket price stood at $83.54 a barrel Friday, 15...

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ExxonMobil to build its first large-scale plastic waste advanced recycling facility

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NCDMB Hands Over Ultramodern Technical Workshops In A/Ibom State

The Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB) on Friday handed over ultramodern Woodwork and Carpentry workshops it renovated and upgraded at...

Green Investment Group, TotalEnergies, RIDG, Repsol Sinopec and Uniper partner to...

 Offshore Wind Power Limited (OWPL), the consortium formed by Macquarie’s Green Investment Group, TotalEnergies and Scottish developer Renewable Infrastructure Development Group (RIDG)...

SHELL DONATES MULTIMILLION DOLLAR PROJECTS TO MARITIME UNIVERSITY

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Governor of Delta State, Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa, has described the phase one of infrastructure projects donated to the Nigerian Maritime University in...

SHELL DONATES SUBSEA TRAINING FACILITIES TO NIGERIAN VARSITY

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The Nigeria deep-water arm of global energy giant, Shell, has donated multimillion naira laboratory equipment and software packages to the Offshore Technology...

OPEC to launch its World Oil Outlook on 28 September 2021

The 2021 OPEC World Oil Outlook (WOO) will be launched via videoconference in Vienna, Austria, on Tuesday, 28 September 2021 at 14:30 (CEST).
The 2021 OPEC World Oil Outlook (WOO) will be launched via video conference in Vienna, Austria, on Tuesday, 28 September 2021 at 14:30...

FG Sets Up Diving Governing Board; Appoints Chief Inspector of Diving

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Seplat/NNPC Gas Project Will Transform Energy Landscape

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Seplat Petroleum Development Company and the Nigerian Gas Company (NGC), a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), have...

NNPC Reviews Ex-Depot Price Of Petrol At N153.17

NNPC Reviews Ex-Depot Price Of Petrol At N153.17
The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has announced the N153.17 ex-depot price for Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) also known as petrol...

NCDMB, key agencies forge collaboration on NOGICD Act Enforcement

NCDMB, key agencies forge collaboration on NOGICD Act Enforcement
categorizes noncompliance of Nigerian Content In a bid to drive compliance and enforcement of the provisions of the...

NNPC Assures of Petrol Availability For Christmas

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BPSR Lauds NNPC’s Internal Open Resourcing Initiative

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The Bureau of Public Service Reforms (BPSR) has described the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC)’s Internal Open Resourcing (IOR) initiative as...

NCDMB Trains 30 Graduates On Marine Survey

Thirty graduates have commenced post graduate diploma programme on marine survey under the sponsorship of the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB). The kick-off ceremony was held recently at the Niger Delta University, Wilberforce, Amassoma, Bayelsa State and the programme will equip participants with techniques to measure the quantity and quality of products such as crude oil, premium motor spirit (PMS), automotive gas oil (AGO) etc. On graduation, the participants would also be able to perform proper measurement and documentation of the nation’s income from oil and gas production. 20 graduates are enrolled in Marine Survey Level (12months) while 10 graduates will be trained as Marine Survey Upgrade (6months). The classroom component of the training will hold concurrently at the Niger Delta University Entrepreneurship Centre in Bayelsa State and Federal College of Fisheries and Marine Technology in Lagos state for 12 months and six months respectively. On-the-job training for the participants will take place at the Centre for Marine Survey Nigeria (CMSN), Lagos and, with international certification from the International Naval Surveys Bureau and Phoenix Register Shipping. Delivering his opening remarks at the event, the Executive Secretary, NCDMB, Engr. Simbi Wabote, ably represented by the General Manager, Capacity Building Division, Dr. Ama Ikuru, hinted that Nigerian ownership of marine vessels and equipment in the oil and gas industry is currently estimated about 40 percent. He added that increasing vessel ownership and participation of Nigerians in the maritime category will go a long way in meeting the 70 percent Nigerian Content aspiration by 2027. He maintained that marine surveyors are key to sustaining marine activities in the oil and gas industry and supporting vessel owners to survey and recertify their vessels in-country. He commended the Centre for Marine Surveyors Nigeria (CMSN) in conjunction with Wider Perspectives Limited and the Niger Delta University for developing a world class post graduate diploma training programme on Marine Survey. Also speaking at the event, the Vice Chancellor, Niger Delta University, Prof. Samuel Edomiekumo appreciated the Board for partnering the university in such an important programme and assured that it would provide a conducive environment for learning. A representative of Wider Perspectives Limited, Mrs. Edughom Hanson commended the Board for sponsoring the training and advised the participants to take the programme seriously, attend all lectures and comport themselves during the course of the programme.
Thirty graduates have commenced post-graduate diploma programmes on marine surveys under the sponsorship of the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board...

NOGICD Act Amendment: NCDMB, PETAN, OPTS, Others Oppose Content Fund Increase...

Thirty graduates have commenced post graduate diploma programme on marine survey under the sponsorship of the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB). The kick-off ceremony was held recently at the Niger Delta University, Wilberforce, Amassoma, Bayelsa State and the programme will equip participants with techniques to measure the quantity and quality of products such as crude oil, premium motor spirit (PMS), automotive gas oil (AGO) etc. On graduation, the participants would also be able to perform proper measurement and documentation of the nation’s income from oil and gas production. 20 graduates are enrolled in Marine Survey Level (12months) while 10 graduates will be trained as Marine Survey Upgrade (6months). The classroom component of the training will hold concurrently at the Niger Delta University Entrepreneurship Centre in Bayelsa State and Federal College of Fisheries and Marine Technology in Lagos state for 12 months and six months respectively. On-the-job training for the participants will take place at the Centre for Marine Survey Nigeria (CMSN), Lagos and, with international certification from the International Naval Surveys Bureau and Phoenix Register Shipping. Delivering his opening remarks at the event, the Executive Secretary, NCDMB, Engr. Simbi Wabote, ably represented by the General Manager, Capacity Building Division, Dr. Ama Ikuru, hinted that Nigerian ownership of marine vessels and equipment in the oil and gas industry is currently estimated about 40 percent. He added that increasing vessel ownership and participation of Nigerians in the maritime category will go a long way in meeting the 70 percent Nigerian Content aspiration by 2027. He maintained that marine surveyors are key to sustaining marine activities in the oil and gas industry and supporting vessel owners to survey and recertify their vessels in-country. He commended the Centre for Marine Surveyors Nigeria (CMSN) in conjunction with Wider Perspectives Limited and the Niger Delta University for developing a world class post graduate diploma training programme on Marine Survey. Also speaking at the event, the Vice Chancellor, Niger Delta University, Prof. Samuel Edomiekumo appreciated the Board for partnering the university in such an important programme and assured that it would provide a conducive environment for learning. A representative of Wider Perspectives Limited, Mrs. Edughom Hanson commended the Board for sponsoring the training and advised the participants to take the programme seriously, attend all lectures and comport themselves during the course of the programme.
The Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB) and key organizations in the oil and gas industry – the Petroleum Technology...

NCDMB Commends Total E&P, PCN On Ikike Line Pipe Coating Project

Thirty graduates have commenced post graduate diploma programme on marine survey under the sponsorship of the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB). The kick-off ceremony was held recently at the Niger Delta University, Wilberforce, Amassoma, Bayelsa State and the programme will equip participants with techniques to measure the quantity and quality of products such as crude oil, premium motor spirit (PMS), automotive gas oil (AGO) etc. On graduation, the participants would also be able to perform proper measurement and documentation of the nation’s income from oil and gas production. 20 graduates are enrolled in Marine Survey Level (12months) while 10 graduates will be trained as Marine Survey Upgrade (6months). The classroom component of the training will hold concurrently at the Niger Delta University Entrepreneurship Centre in Bayelsa State and Federal College of Fisheries and Marine Technology in Lagos state for 12 months and six months respectively. On-the-job training for the participants will take place at the Centre for Marine Survey Nigeria (CMSN), Lagos and, with international certification from the International Naval Surveys Bureau and Phoenix Register Shipping. Delivering his opening remarks at the event, the Executive Secretary, NCDMB, Engr. Simbi Wabote, ably represented by the General Manager, Capacity Building Division, Dr. Ama Ikuru, hinted that Nigerian ownership of marine vessels and equipment in the oil and gas industry is currently estimated about 40 percent. He added that increasing vessel ownership and participation of Nigerians in the maritime category will go a long way in meeting the 70 percent Nigerian Content aspiration by 2027. He maintained that marine surveyors are key to sustaining marine activities in the oil and gas industry and supporting vessel owners to survey and recertify their vessels in-country. He commended the Centre for Marine Surveyors Nigeria (CMSN) in conjunction with Wider Perspectives Limited and the Niger Delta University for developing a world class post graduate diploma training programme on Marine Survey. Also speaking at the event, the Vice Chancellor, Niger Delta University, Prof. Samuel Edomiekumo appreciated the Board for partnering the university in such an important programme and assured that it would provide a conducive environment for learning. A representative of Wider Perspectives Limited, Mrs. Edughom Hanson commended the Board for sponsoring the training and advised the participants to take the programme seriously, attend all lectures and comport themselves during the course of the programme.
The Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB) has commended Total Exploration and Production Nigeria (TEPNG) and Pipe Coaters Nigeria (PCN)...
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