Friday, April 17, 2015
Chiedu Ebie is the former leader of Nigeria-based Millennium Oil & Gas Limited. In June 2015, companies like Chiedu Ebie’s will gather from around the world for the second West Africa Oil and Gas Security Summit.
Incidents of oil theft and illegal siphoning have led to precarious situations in West Africa, despite efforts to increase security and address community and employee relation problems. In addition, Nigeria’s oil theft levels are at their highest in five years. The Oil and Gas Security Summit was created in order to combat oil theft and increase marine security against a resurgence of pirate attacks. It serves the energy infrastructure community by providing a setting for the discussion of strategies, technologies, and responses for companies to deploy against security threats.
Its itinerary consists of various presentations and panels designed for security providers, analysts, and other personnel from national and international oil companies. Over the course of the two-day summit, attendees will engage in discussion and collaboration involving secure business travel, company responses to threats and concerns, community engagement initiatives, and technical innovations. Speakers will also present case studies and lead panel discussions.
The West Africa Oil and Gas Security Summit will take place June 10-11, 2015, in Lagos, Nigeria. Attendees can register via the summit’s website, www.waoilgassecurity.com, or by faxing in a completed registration form.