The Nigerian Gas Association [NGA] has announced the opening of its Learning Solutions Training Series coming up between March 27 and 30, 2023.
The four-day training event comes under the theme, “Understanding the Natural Gas Value Chain End to End”.
NGA said in a statement that the webinar is a certificated course/training program with the objective to provide a comprehensive insight into the Nigerian gas sector.
The training also enables participants to develop a greater understanding, interest and appreciation of the Nigerian Gas Industry Value Chain.
With the recent declaration of Nigeria’s decade of Gas, and with the backdrop of the global changes due to the Energy Transition, the accelerated pace of change in the Nigerian gas industry is expected to reveal and create value and opportunity in equal measure from our vast gas resources.
“This course will provide participants the opportunity to examine the regulatory, commercial and technical aspects of the natural gas value chain in Nigeria and beyond,” the NGA said
He organisers said the course content will consist of several in-depth modules delivered by industry subject matter experts, with attendee interaction and question & answer segments, lasting from 0900 – 1700 hrs each day.
The event will be recorded for registered participants who are unable to attend physically, to watch at their convenience. The course fee is ₦60,000 per attendee (NGA associate members) and ₦90,000 per attendee (non-NGA members).
Facilitators include Dr. M. M. Ibrahim, chairman, national gas expansion programme; Clare Ohiro, associate, templars; Dr. Excel Ukpohor, lead, non tech interface NLNG T7 project; Iheanacho Ibegbulem, GM PNG Gas ltd; and Norbet Shialsuk, lead partner/CEO Ecocity Projects.
Other facilitators include, Chukwueme Osuji, partner Olaniwun Ajayi; Fisoye Delano, President, Delhpi Venture Group LLC; Prof Stephen Ogaji, GM, Fuel and Gas/PPP[SP] Niger Delta Power Holding [NDPH] Ltd; Olawunmi, CEO Cabtree Ltd & SLA to Senate President; and an array of high level consultants in the oil and gas industry.
Course coverage include Gas to Power; Regulatory Framework; LPG, CNG, LNG; Gas Networth Code; Investment Opportunities & Energy Transition; Contracts, Pricing, Marketing & Sales; Gas Based Industries; Domestic Gas Utilization; Processing,
By Ken Okoye