Heritage Energy Operational Services Limited (HEOSL), the operator of the OML 30 Joint Venture between NNPC Exploration and Production Limited and Shoreline Natural Resources Limited Joint Venture (NEPL/SNRL JV), has recently restated its unwavering dedication to the advancement of Nigerian Content.
Ado Oseragbaje, the Chief Executive Officer, emphasized this commitment during a courtesy visit to Engr. Simbi Wabote, the Executive Secretary of the Nigerian Content Development Board (NCDMB) in Abuja.
Expressing gratitude to the Board for its continuous support, Oseragbaje affirmed HEOSL’s strong adherence to the Nigerian Content Laws.
He reiterated the company’s focus on local capacity building within the nation’s oil and gas industry.
“We are committed to local capacity building in the nation’s oil and gas industry. We have a process of empowering Nigerian service providers and suppliers through human and business capacity development, local patronage, and work scope reservation,” he explained.
In response, Engr. Wabote acknowledged HEOSL’s commitment to research and development (R&D), emphasizing its pivotal role in fostering industrial development in Nigeria.
The meeting also saw the presence of notable individuals, including Adesola Adebawo, GM Government, Joint Venture, and External Relations, HEOSL; Babajide Ololajulo, Government Relations Advisor, HEOSL; Akintunde Adelana, Director M&E, NCDMB; Umar Babangida, Director Legal, NCDMB; and Abdulmalik Halilu, Director Planning, Research, and Statistics, NCDMB.