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Tanzania, Nigeria Gas Bodies Engage in Partnership Talks

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THE Affiliation of Tanzania Oil and Gasoline Service Suppliers (ATOGS) has hosted the delegation from the Petroleum Expertise Affiliation of Nigeria (PETAN) for a two-day go to to share experiences, talk about and formalize their partnerships for the advantage of the folks of the 2 nations.

PETAN was led by its Chairman, Mr Nicolas Chiokejine Odinuwe and Vice Chairman, Mr Richard Oluranti Omole and ATOGS Board Chairman, Mr Abdulsamad Abdulrahim.

PETAN is an affiliation of Nigerian Indigenous Technical Oilfield service corporations within the Upstream and Downstream sectors of the Oil business.

Mr Abdulrahim stated the ATOGS/PETAN collaboration is ready to profit Tanzanians within the strategic areas, specifically sharing Nigerian Native Content material expertise within the oil and fuel sector, sharing deep offshore capabilities and technological expertise.

He stated additionally that the partnership goals to collaborate on three way partnership bidding and financing for initiatives and all enterprise alternatives out there within the Oil and Gasoline sector, coaching and capacity-building programmes for locals in technical elements of service provision in oil and fuel worth chains.

Additional, to share perception and expertise on how Nigeria achieved native content material worth within the provision of providers, items, supplies, provides and gear to the native oil and fuel business.

Mr Odinuwe stated the affiliation was fashioned to carry collectively Nigerian Oil & Gasoline entrepreneurs to create a discussion board for the trade of concepts with the foremost operators and policymakers.