Maritime Business Roundtable Scheduled to hold December 14th in Lagos

Maritime Business Roundtable Scheduled to hold December 14th in Lagos 

Kathy Kyari

The Premier Net Working and Capacity Building Organization in Nigeria's Maritime Sector, Zoe Maritime Resources Ltd, has stated that its final net working event will take place at the end of 2023.
The company is holding its Maritime Business Roundtable Breakfast Meeting [MBRBM] on Maximizing Gas Utilization in the Maritime Industry in Nigeria, according to Oritsematosan Edodo-Emore, the convener.

The topic of discussion at the meeting, which is set for Thursday, at the Lagos Oriental hotel, Victoria Island, will be "Maximizing Gas Utilization in Nigeria's Blue Economy." 

The event's organizers state that its goals are to increase the use of gas as the primary energy source for Nigeria's marine sector and to connect suppliers, customers, and providers of liquefied petroleum gas, LPG to explore the opportunities in the Blue Economy. 

Dr. Ubani Nkaginieme, MD of Total Support Energy Ltd, President of the Virtual Gas Integrated Association of Nigeria [VGIAN], Wilson E. A. OPUWEI, CEO of Dateline Energy, Rear Admiral Abolaji OREDERU, Admiral Superintendent of Naval Dockyard Ltd, Admiral Hamza IBRAHIM, Managing Director of Admiralty Maritime Services Ltd, and Hannah OMEJE, Chairperson of the WEOG Committee on Gas are among the panelists who are anticipated to contribute their practical knowledge and industry experience to the discussion.

The Roundtable will discuss the following topics: the role that gas plays in driving Nigeria's Blue Economy, Liquified petroleum gas use in coastal communities presents both potential and constraints. 

Additionally, the development of gas infrastructure for maritime use, The implications of inadequate gas usage, the future course of action, and the actions required by the Federal and State Governments to advance the gas agenda. 

The proposed participants include the following: government agencies, banks with a maritime desk, insurance firms, ship owners, boat operators, logistics companies, freight forwarders, foreign entities, and maritime stakeholders.

The Maritime Business Roundtable Breakfast Meeting's organizers listed visibility, growth, networking, impartation, and knowledge exchange as some of its advantages.

The program will include a keynote address, panel discussions, interactive exercises, networking opportunities, and a hearty breakfast.

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