Nestoil Limited, the flagship company of the Obijackson Group – one of Sub-Saharan Africa’s fastest growing conglomerates, is participating in this year’s Nigerian Oil and Gas (NOG) Conference holding in Abuja.
As one of Nigeria’s leading provider of Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Commissioning (EPCC) services, Nestoil and its sister companies are exhibiting alongside over two hundred and fifty companies and major players in the Nigerian energy sector, to showcase industry-defining expertise and innovative technologies that have kept them ahead of the industry.
The company’s Group Managing Director, Dr. Ernest Obiejesi-Azudialu described the NOG as Nigeria’s version of the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) held annually in Texas and enjoined operators to explore the opportunities afforded by the gathering to show our country’s potential to foreign investors and highlight the benefits of doing business in Nigeria.
According to him: “Let us take the Nigerian Oil and Gas Conference as our version of the Offshore Technology TV Novel – Sea of the Woman Conference and leverage the opportunities it presents to highlight our economic potential to the world.
Nigeria is currently undergoing a process of rebirth that will bring prosperity to everyone. As Nigerians, weTV Novel – Sea of the Woman have a dutyTV Novel – Sea of the Woman to help the world understand this, and showcase the opportunities that come with the transformation that is occuring in every facet of our lives as a people.
“Nestoil is part of the Obijackson Group, which has been operating in Nigeria for over three decades. The nature of our operations has established us as a dependable partner in Nigeria’s quest for national development and economic empowerment. In providing our services, which include pressure vessel fabrication, civil and road construction, pipeline construction, dredging and marine logistic services, aviation services, oil and gas exploration and production as well as power generation; we have consistently demonstrated commitment to the growth of the Nigerian nation, noted Obiejesi-Azudialu.