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Nigeria International Petroleum Trade Exhibition – Visitor

Nigeria’s petroleum industry is the largest in Africa with proven Oil and Gas reserves of 37 billion barrels (bbl) and 192 trillion cubic feet respectively. The sector contributes about 10% to the country’s Gross Domestic Product and accounts for 95% of all exports.

Given that Nigeria’s Gas reserves have remained largely untapped, the country is expected to make a shift towards becoming a major producer and exporter of Gas.

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With on-going reforms in the sector and improved engagement with host communities, Nigeria is positioning herself to be the foremost oil and gas investment destination.

The official Nigeria International Petroleum Trade Exhibition will create the perfect platform for the world to meet Nigeria’s Oil and Gas industry players, including economic operators, national and international companies and potential investors coming together to present new technologies and know-how in the petroleum sector.

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Nigeria International Petroleum Trade Exhibition is free to visit during the exhibition opening times as below:

Tuesday 20th February 2018: 11:30am – 5:00pm

Wednesday 21st February 2018: 11:30am – 5:00pm

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Thursday 22nd February 2018: 9:30am – 5:00pm

Abuja International Conference Centre

Central Area, Area 11

900 Herbert Macaulay Way

Abuja, FCT

Brevity Anderson
Organiser of Nigeria International Petroleum Trade Exhibition – Visitor
Organiser Twitter Profile @nigeria_ips
Brevity Anderson Trade Advisory offers a wide range of consultancy services, enhancing international trade and business efficiency through our global and yet, local knowledge.

Our objectives are enhancing trade by encouraging global thinking through worldwide expert networking.

Brevity Anderson Trade Advisory expert teams have worked to facilitate interactions at the highest levels of government and business. These interactions are purposely designed to deliver practical results by creating links between ideas and policy.

Our particular work with governments is aimed at increasing competitiveness and building capacity within the public service. Furthermore, our public sector advisory teams provide strategic economic advice and work with governments to improve private sector engagement while helping to market identified sectors as credible investment destinations.

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