Tue. Jul 27th, 2021

Nigerian independent petroleum producers appoint new chairman.

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The Governance Council of the Independent Petroleum Producers Group has clarified the appointment of Mr Abdulrazaq Isa as the new chairman of the group, effective.

He took over from Mr Ademola Adeyemi-Bero, who was the Founding chairman of the group from July 2015, having served two terms, according to a statement.

The first leadership transition and handover event since the establishment of the IPPG took place on June 29, 2021 at the Waltersmith Head Office in Ikoyi, Lagos, which had in attendance members of the IPPG Board of Trustees and Governance Council.

The new chairman, who thanked his predecessor for putting in an excellent shift during his tenure, promised to take IPPG to greater heights and solicited the support of members to ensure that the group remained at the forefront of developing the Nigerian petroleum industry.

He said due to changing industry dynamics and key industry reforms, it was imperative for IPPG to remain well-positioned in order to contribute to the growth and development of the industry by playing a leading role in meeting the cardinal priorities of the administration’s agenda for the industry.

“IPPG remains committed to working collaboratively with all stakeholders in nurturing a petroleum industry that can take its rightful place in the global space”

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