BOG team members with participants at the workshop in Lagos

With its commitment to local content development in Nigeria, BOG in collaboration with NOV Fiberglass Systems (NOV-FGS) organized two workshops in Lagos and Port Harcourt on October 8th and November 12th respectively. The “Lunch and Learn” workshops, first of its kind in the country informed end-users comprising Project, Design, Piping and Construction Engineers, Government Agencies and Regulators on the various products manufactured by NOVFGS and their applications in Engineering, Marginal Field and Upstream Operations. The workshops also highlighted the competitive advantages composite pipes have over traditional steel pipes. Presentations were two-fold. The first highlighted the best-in-class products and services rendered by BOG. The other which was delivered by Paulinus Nsek, the Area Sales Manager (West Africa) for NOV-FGS, focused on the value and operational savings composite pipes offer. NOV Fiberglass Systems products cover NOV Fiberspar Spoolable Pipes, Rigid Glassfiber Reinforced Epoxy Pipes, Phenolic Fiber Reinforced Plastic – Handrails, Gratings, Ladders, Safety Cage etc Composite Fittings and so on.

Paulinus Nsek, Area NOV-FGS, Sales Manager (West Africa) showing samples of spoolable pipes to participants in Lagos  

 These product offerings are designed to curtail the corrosion challenges faced by conventional steel materials. It is worthy of note that composite pipes have been approved for both water and hydrocarbon applications by the Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR). The workshop was an interactive one. Participants had lively discussions with BOG staff members and NOV Fiberglass Systems representatives.

BOG team members with participants at the workshop in Port Harcourt

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BOG team members with participants at the workshop in Lagos

With its commitment to local content development in Nigeria, BOG in collaboration with NOV Fiberglass Systems (NOV-FGS) organized two workshops in Lagos and Port Harcourt on October 8th and November 12th respectively. The “Lunch and Learn” workshops, first of its kind in the country informed end-users comprising Project, Design, Piping and Construction Engineers, Government Agencies and Regulators on the various products manufactured by NOVFGS and their applications in Engineering, Marginal Field and Upstream Operations. The workshops also highlighted the competitive advantages composite pipes have over traditional steel pipes. Presentations were two-fold. The first highlighted the best-in-class products and services rendered by BOG. The other which was delivered by Paulinus Nsek, the Area Sales Manager (West Africa) for NOV-FGS, focused on the value and operational savings composite pipes offer. NOV Fiberglass Systems products cover NOV Fiberspar Spoolable Pipes, Rigid Glassfiber Reinforced Epoxy Pipes, Phenolic Fiber Reinforced Plastic – Handrails, Gratings, Ladders, Safety Cage etc Composite Fittings and so on.

Paulinus Nsek, Area NOV-FGS, Sales Manager (West Africa) showing samples of spoolable pipes to participants in Lagos  

 These product offerings are designed to curtail the corrosion challenges faced by conventional steel materials. It is worthy of note that composite pipes have been approved for both water and hydrocarbon applications by the Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR). The workshop was an interactive one. Participants had lively discussions with BOG staff members and NOV Fiberglass Systems representatives.

BOG team members with participants at the workshop in Port Harcourt

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EJIRO ERIVONA

Position: Assistant General Manager

Ejiro Erivona has over 20 years of international experience in the upstream sector of the oil and gas industry. His expertise spans Business Operations Management , Business Development, Contracts and process management in the oil service industry as well as the Exploration and production segment of the Oil and Gas Business. 

He has managed key business divisions for various multinationals like Falcon, General Electric and Baker Hughes, working in various countries in Africa and North America, leading multidisciplinary and multicultural teams to achieve stellar business outcomes. Most recently, he held the position of Senior Manager, Operations at Nigeria’s Major E&P Independent- Conoil Producing Nigeria. 

Experienced in business startups, as well as new business generation, Ejiro has a track record of closing major deals in the IOCs, NOCs and marginal field operators in the sub-continent. 

He holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the university of wales and a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from the University of Benin. He is also an alumnus of the Administrative College of India ( ASCI) 

Ejiro has a “Black Belt” in people and change management and has pursued the same with great flair. 

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