Nigeria must work to position itself as the energy hub of Africa.
This was the assertion by the Chief executive officer, Heritage Energy Operational Services Limited (HEOSL), Ado Oseragbaje at the ongoing Nigeria Annual Conference and Exhibition of the Society of Petroleum Engineers in Lagos Nigeria on Monday.
Speaking on the topical issues during panel discussion at the conference, Oseragbaje said: “With the world seeking to transition to zero net emission by 2050, it is a matter of existential imperative for the Nigerian energy industry to appropriately contextualize its place in the fast-evolving scheme of things”.
Continuing, he said, “at Heritage Energy Operational Services Limited (HEOSL) we believe the Nigerian industry holds a prime place in the global energy landscape. It is our expectation that today’s discussions will explore thoughts and ideas on how to best make the Nigerian industry realize its fullest potentials.”
HEOSL is the operator of OML 30 Joint Venture between the Nigeria Petroleum Development Company (NPDC) and Shoreline Natural Resources Limited (SNRL).
He called on industry players to engage in open minded conversations on how best to position the Nigerian energy industry for sustainable profitability and relevance in the global energy space.