Events

0 forthcoming events, 7 past events.

Currently no planned events for Nigeria.

  • Doing business in Nigeria Expand Minimize 11 April 2018

    NABA, NORWEP, SANDS and Kusamotu & Kusamotu are hosting a breakfast seminar on "Doing business in Nigeria – how to develop opportunities and overcome challenges".

  • Workshop with Local Content Board in Port Harcourt Expand Minimize 30 - 31 January 2018

    Norwegian Energy Partners (NORWEP) has been invited to attend a Workshop hosted by the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board in Port Harcourt 30 January 2018. The objective of the Workshop is to elaborate the Local Content Requirements and Expectation for the new Deepwater Projects coming up in Nigeria such as Bonga South West and ZabaZaba.

  • Workshop with Local Content Board in Port Harcourt Expand Minimize 30 - 31 January 2018

    Norwegian Energy Partners (NORWEP) has been invited to attend a Workshop hosted by the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board in Port Harcourt 30 January 2018. The objective of the Workshop is to elaborate the Local Content Requirements and Expectation for the new Deepwater Projects coming up in Nigeria such as Bonga South West and ZabaZaba.

  • Nigeria Oil & Gas Forum Expand Minimize 25 October 2017

    The Nigeria in Focus roadshow is hosted by the Nigerian - Norwegian Chamber of Commerce in Oslo 25th October.
    The second part of the roadshow is an Oil & Gas Forum also involving Norwegian Energy Partners (NORWEP).

  • Nigeria network meeting - Egina Floater Expand Minimize 8 May 2017

    Afternoon meeting: 14:30 - 17:00 for NORWEP partners.
    With Executive Director Business Development Jide Jadesimi from LADOL (Lagos Deep Offshore Logistics Base).

  • Nigeria fact finding mission 2 - 6 October 2016 Expand Minimize 2 - 6 October 2016

    INTSOK, in cooperation with the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Abuja and the Nigerian - Norwegian Chamber of Commerce, hosted a Fact Finding mission to Lagos in October 2016.

  • Norway – Nigeria Network Meeting Expand Minimize 5 April 2016

    Network meeting for INTSOK partners and other interested companies.

Presentations

8 presentations. Latest update 14 March 2016

  • NNPC – The new structure and leadership Expand Minimize Willy Olsen, Special Advisor, INTSOK, 14 March 2016

    President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the immediate unbundling of NNPC into seven independent operational units.
    Five of the seven operational units will be strictly business-focused in line with global best practices of national oil companies.
    New units are Upstream, Downstream, Gas & Power, Refineries, Ventures, Corporate Planning & Services and Finance and Accounts.

  • Nigeria - the oil and gas strategy under the new leadership Expand Minimize Willy Olsen, Special Advisor, INTSOK, 20 January 2016

    Contents:
    1. President Buhari is controlling the oil sector
    2. They key ministers in his government
    3. The government is spending and borrowing more
    4. Maintaining production of oil and gas is a challenge
    5. Nigeria’s deepwater projects – a status report
    6. Natural gas development are important for the President
    7. Nigerian Content policies under the new leadership

  • Nigeria - Changes and Challenges Expand Minimize Willy Olsen, Special Advisor, INTSOK, 17 August 2015

    Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has initiated a massive restructuring of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), firing all managing directors and appointing a new management to transform NNPC in a more commercial direction. The President has removed the regulatory functions from the new NNPC and a new regulatory body will be established.
    This presentation, by INTSOK Special Advisor Willy Olsen, looks at who will head the 'new' NNPC, the new policies and challenges, both for NNPC and Nigeria as a whole.

  • Nigeria - new president, new policies Expand Minimize Willy Olsen, INTSOK Special Advisor, 7 April 2015

    1. Nigeria has elected a veteran as president
    2. What influenced the voters and the challenges for the new president?
    3. A new president who was involved in military coups
    4. Candidates for key government positions
    5. The President has to face new oil challenges
    6. Lower oil price – less money to spend
    7. He wants more transparency and accountability

  • NOSCA Partnership Meeting Expand Minimize Gulbrand Wangen, Regional Director INTSOK, 18 September 2014

    Some Reflections on Market Entry into Nigeria.

    Be aware that the first two pages have content in Norwegian.

  • Nigeria - The newcomers in the oil and gas sector Expand Minimize Willy Olsen, INTSOK Special Advisor, 2 June 2014

    Major oil companies in Nigeria are selling assets. The sales may take time due to the approval process or court cases protesting the outcome.
    Nigeria National Petroleum Company, NNPC, retains ownership and operatorship when major oil companies are selling their joint venture interests.
    NNPC is using NPDC as a tool for operating the assets. Nigeria is seeing a flow of newcomers entering the upstream sector – many owned and led by leading personalities in the country

  • The Egina project by Total is moving forward Expand Minimize Willy Olsen, INTSOK Special Advisor, 12 June 2013

    Total gets go ahead for Egina
    FPSO battle won by Samsung
    FMC to deliver subsea equipment
    Major contract to Saipem
    Major share of work to be done in Nigeria

  • The New Nigerian Petroleum Bill Expand Minimize Willy Olsen, INTSOK special advisor, 14 August 2012

    Content and comments on the new Nigerian Petroleum Bill.

Priority projects

1 project. Latest update 4 October 2018

  • Bonga Southwest

    Operator

    Shell

    Development phase

    Tender

    Facility Detail

    FPSO

Reports

3 reports. Latest update 28 August 2018

  • Nigeria Offshore Oil & Gas Market Report 2019 - 2022 Expand Minimize Prepared by Rystad Energy for Norwegian Energy Partners (NORWEP), 28 August 2018

    (This is an exerpt from the  Annual Offshore Oil & Gas Market Report 2019 - 2022 )

    Nigeria’s offshore oil and gas industry is in a defining phase, as the long-delayed Petroleum Industry Governance Bill (PIGB) is reportedly nearing submission for presidential assent. The Nigerian offshore industry is dominated by international majors ExxonMobil, Chevron, Total and Eni. Together, they accounted for more than 95% of operated production in 2017.

  • Doing Business in Nigeria Expand Minimize Strachan Partners, 29 September 2014

    Nigeria is ripe for investment, long term investment. It has a huge domestic market, an aggressive private sector, and a reasonably well educated labour force.

    The report is prepared by Strachan Partners, a full-service commercial law firm.
    Strachan Partners is a leading Nigerian commercial law firm offering an array of legal services in support of its local and international based clientèle, which ranges from local and national corporations to foreign international undertakings and foreign governmental organizations. The firm maintains offices in Lagos - Nigeria’s commercial hub and Abuja - the capital city of Nigeria.

  • EFCN Fabricators in Nigeria Expand Minimize INTSOK, 7 September 2012

    Profiling of 5 EFCN Fabricators in Nigeria.