The Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and the world’s most populous country, China, have agreed to the necessity of intensifying cooperation between both parties and in the interest of the global economy.
At the Second High-level Meeting of the OPEC-China Energy Dialogue which was held on recently in Beijing, both parties agreed to explore methods to implement and operationalize the constructive intent for enhanced relations.
· Rewards outstanding cadets with automatic employment
· To commence Phase 2 in 2018
At long last, some young Nigerian can heave a sigh of relief and rekindle their hopes of career development and a better life as a total of 239 cadets who are beneficiaries of the Nigerian Seafarers Development Programmes are set to embark on their mandatory seatime training in line with global best practices.
I read with dissatisfaction a report by a leading northern-based national newspaper titled Ghost Companies Lift N1.1trillion Crude Oil filed in which the paper reported that some indigenous companies not registered by the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) have lifted Nigeria Crude Oil Grades valued at 3.5billion US Dollars (N1.1billion) in the last 10 months.
The report went ahead to list the names of the 18 companies that purportedly benefitted from the contract starting from Prudent Energy, Setana Energy, Emo oil among others. Brittania U was number 14 on the list.