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The Nigeria International Petroleum Summit is scheduled to hold from June  6th to June 10th 2021 at the international conference center, Abuja with a Dinner / Gala night to be hosted at the state house, Abuja following  the approval granted by the State House Task Force on covid-19, the Federal Ministry of Petroleum Resources has said.

The summit aims to chart the way forward and open up new opportunities for the oil and gas industry in Africa in a post covid-19 pandemic era with the theme “ From Crisis to opportunities;

New approaches to the future of hydrocarbons.

President Mohammadu Buhari, GCFR will deliver the opening speech at the opening ceremony and gala dinner/award night on Monday 7th June 2021, which will give the event more credence and a greater avenue for industry player to interface and network.

James Shindi, CEO, Brevity Anderson, producer of the event has urged all those who wish to be in attendance to complete their registration as all the list will be sent to the state house for clearance.

With full supervision from the federal ministry of petroleum resource, Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Nigeria content development & monitoring Board (NCDMB), the Nigeria international summit is a program of the federal government of Nigeria.

The NIPS 2021 scope has been broadened to include and absorb latest industry trends and important issues. It has also become a level playing field for public and private players to meet and forge a realistic part for the government and country by holistically addressing challenges in the industry with other world players.

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