Two international oil majors, Shell and Schlumberger and Nigeria’s Techno Oil Ltd. have clinched awards for excellence in service delivery to Africa’s largest economy, Nigeria.
The awards were bestowed on the companies on Thursday at the 6th Nigeria International Energy Summit (NIES 2023) Industry Awards in Abuja.
Techno Oil was recognized for coming from a humble beginning 35 years ago to grow into an integrated, wholly indigenous company with diverse portfolios in prime investments in oil and gas, energy, infrastructure and manufacturing.
Receiving the award, the Group Managing Director of Techno Oil, Mrs Nkechi Obi, described the award as another recognition in the determination of the company to give diligent services to Nigeria.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the NIES Lifetime Achievement Award celebrates industry executives, who make remarkable contributions to change the face of the energy industry, and who have also demonstrated outstanding leadership and performance over the years.
TechnoOil Group currently operates a 10,000 metric-ton lubricant blending and manufacturing plant with a quality assurance laboratory.
The company also has a 65,000 metric-ton fuel terminal facility where fuels marketed by the group are received, stored and eventually distributed.
It has over 40 fuel retail outlets across Nigeria as well as 8,400 metric tons of cooking gas storage terminal with capacity to load out 6,000 metric tons daily.
The group also operates LPG bottling plants and LPG skids with combined capacity of 2,000 metric tons across the country as well as a fully automated ultra-modern LPG cylinder manufacturing plant with annual production capacity of over five million pieces of cylinders.
The company commenced business in 1988.
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