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Enjoy Episode One of our Interactive TV Show showing on NTA and DSTV channel 251. More Episodes coming soon!
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Adhere to guidelines or be blacklisted, DPR tells consultants

The Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) in Ogun State Friday asked its accredited Integrity Test Consultants on the need to adhere to stipulated guidelines of the department in order or risk being blacklisted.

Operations Controller, Muinat Bello-Zagi gave the advice during a meeting with the consultants at the DPR office.

According to her, the purpose of the meeting was to cross check and re-examine the methodologies and equipment being used by these consultants to test tanks at gas and petroleum facilities.

She said that the DPR would not endorse any integrity test carried out without the presence of a representative of the Department.

She disclosed that since the inception of DPR Abeokuta Field Office in 2017, several applications filed by the consultants on behalf of petroleum and gas facility owners had been turned down as a result of absence of DPR officials at such tests.

“We need to know if they’re on the right track as regards the testing. The purpose of the integrity test is to know if the tank can withstand the pressure that would be introduced into it.

“For new tanks, we advise the pressure and the leak test and for old tanks, the leak test is advised.

“These are some of the things we’rehere to tell them and any consultant who does not adhere to instructions will be blacklisted,” she said.

Bello-Zagi, explained further that the components of integrity test, particularly pressure and leak tests, were very critical to ensure quality and safety, insisting the DPR must always be carried along by the consultants on their activities.
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DPR ENCOURAGES STAKEHOLDERS TO INVEST IN NIGERIA'S HUGE GAS OPPORTUNITIES.

The Trio, led by the Assistant Director Gas Operations Mr. Idris Y. Abubakar, the Assistant Director Domestic Gas Supply Obligation & Distributon, Mr. Abel Nsa and the Assistant Chief Chemical Engineer, Mr. Tambari Zayan, were the DPR guests on the weekly Radio Program "DPR HALF HOUR"on Radio Nigeria.

In this episode of the program, the officials of the Gas Monitoring and Regulation Division (GMR), have examined the business opportunities available to interested investors in the Gas subsector.

There is a detailed explanation of steps taken by the Federal Government to address the problem of Gas Flaring in the Nigerian Oil and Gas industry, with a special focus on the "Nigeria Gas Flare Commercialis action Program" (NGF P).

The team outlined DPR's contributions to the actualisation of zero flares-out by the year 2020 through the implementation of the "7 Big Wins" policy of government and initiatives to improve Gas to Power distribution for local power companies and to increase LPG penetration for local consumption.

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Points on Safe & Proper handling of Gas that would guide against destruction of lives and properties.
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Point Four- Buy gas from certified LPG plant.

#safety #safetyfirst #departmentofpetroleumresources #pms #dpr #oilandgas #oilandgasindustry #Energyindustry
#theenergypoint #Oil #Naturalgas#renewable #sustainable #petroleum #fuel#gas
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DPR tasks test consultants on safety, quality assurance
Accredited Integrity Test Consultants of the Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR), have been charged to adhere strictly to stipulated safety guidelines of the Department, while carrying out tests for petroleum and gas retailers.

The Operations Controller, Abeokuta Field Office, Muinat Bello-Zargi, gave the charge on Thursday, during a meeting with the consultants, held at DPR Office, Abeokuta,  Ogun State capital.

The Controller, who equally, told the consultants that the purpose of the meeting was to cross check and re-examine their methodologies and equipment, said DPR would not endorse any integrity tests carried out without the representative of the Department.

She disclosed that since the inception of the Abeokuta Field Office in 2017, several applications filed by the consultants on behalf of petroleum and gas facility owners, had been turned down as a result of absence of DPR officers at such tests.

Bello-Zargi, explained further that the components of integrity test, particularly pressure and leak tests, were very critical to ensure quality and safety, insisting the DPR must always be carried along by the consultants on their activities.

She noted that to ensure quality assurance, test results should be printed out immediately and endorsed by three parties,  which listed as facility owner,  consultant and DPR representative.

She, however, assured the consultants of the Department’s readiness to provide assistance where needed, submitting that quality assurance and safety should always be their focus and concern.
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THE STRATEGIC ROLE OF DPR PLANNING DIVISION IN THE NIGERIAN OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY.

The Head Planning Division of the DPR Mrs. Gladys Folashade Odunuga, represented by the Assistant Director Budget & Strategic Planning, Mr. Steve Ayuba, accompanied by two senior staff members of the Planning team, were the guests on the weekly DPR HALF HOUR RADIO PROGRAM ON RADIO NIGERIA this Wednesday.

The program x-rayed the activities of the Planning Division of the DPR in the realisation of government's aspirations and objectives in the Nigerian Oil and Gas industry.

The Assistant Director Budget and Strategic Planning, shared perspectives on the Revenue Streams that constitute government's take which DPR administers on behalf of government, DPR's Revenue performance in the last 4 years, Transparency as a pedestal for optimal performance, short term, mid term and long term aspirations of the Planing Division in the entire Nigerian Oil and Gas value-chain.

This edition of the program is a little bit academic . it is however, analytical and very educative.
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Points on Safe & Proper handling of Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) that would guide against destruction of lives and properties. Feel free to Share with your contacts, drop in your comments or any inquiry.

Point Four- Turn of your car engine at the filling station when buying fuel in your tank
#safety#safetyfirst#departmentofpetroleumresources#pms#dpr#oilandgas #oilandgasindustry#Energyindustry
#theenergypoint #Oil #Naturalgas #renewable #sustainable #petroleum #fuel
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"DPR ASSURES STAKEHOLDERS OF EFFICIENT MANAGEMENT OF NIGERIA'S HYDROCARBON RESOURCES".

The Deputy Director and Head Upstream Division, Mrs. Pat Maseli was the team lead and guest speaker at the weekly DPR Half Hour Radio Program on FRCN. She was accompanied by two of her senior team members, Mr. Ovadje Obukaroro ( Asst. Dir. Exploration) and Mr. Babajide Fasina (Asst. Dir. Operations) in the Upstream Monitoring & Regulation Division of the Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) Lagos headquarters.

The trio led by the Head of Division, Mrs. Pat Maseli enlightened stakeholders and shared valuable information on the activities of the Upstream Division, from Seismic acquisition to Exploration, Operations, Marginal Fields and Indigenous Operators and Resources Management.

The following except is extremely valuable for stakeholders and interested parties in the activities of the Upstream sub sector in the Nigerian Oil and Gas industry value-chain.

To listen to complete Radio Show Click - https://www.dpr.gov.ng/radio-show/
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