Nigerian Content Development & Monitoring Board

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Addax trains 190 vendors, pledges local content commitment

As part of its efforts at promoting Nigerian content in the oil and gas industry, Addax Petroleum Development Nigeria Limited  said it had trained 190 indigenous vendors in the country. The oil company also pledged to continue to be committed to local content development and support the programmers of the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board. …

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NCDMB, NAVY TO PARTNER ON CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT

The Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB) and the Nigerian Navy have agreed to deepen their collaboration in the Oil and Gas industry, especially with regards to developing and utilizing capacity. The Executive Secretary, NCDMB, Engr. Ernest Nwapa and the Commandant of the Nigerian Naval Engineering College, Rear Admiral Akinjola Johnson made the commitment recently …

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Local Content: LEE Engineering Joins the Fray of Operators in Oil Sector

Nigeria  today is no doubt engrossed in the effort to transform the country’s economy in various facets. However, one striking feature of the transformation process relates to the insistence by the Federal Government that multinational operators in the oil and gas industry adhere strictly to the guidelines on the Nigerian content policy. There seems to be …

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Dead on Target

THE Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board, NCDMB, has met one of the mid-term targetsset for it by Diezani Alison-Madueke, minister of petroleum resources. The board’s target is to establish a pipe mill that would help define the success of the Nigerian Content Act.When completed, the pipe mill will help meet the annual industry line …

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Local content, best option for job creation – Experts

Some years ago, nobody knew that Nigerians could be part of the value chain in the phone recharge business. At a time, a bulk of the business was taken abroad by Nigerian telecommunications operators, with the final product exported back to Nigeria. Telecoms operators were also producing recharge cards abroad, thereby giving jobs that could have been …

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