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Oil, Gas Stakeholders Pledge Support For Positive Externalities

Oil and gas stakeholders have pledged to continue supporting positive externalities for host communities and addressing their environmental concerns.

They also reaffirmed their commitment to the long-term viability of existing and new CSR programs through culture, education, and empowerment.

Mr. Godfrey Sunday, Project Chairman, Oil and Gas Stakeholders Festival (OGSFEST UYO 2022), announced in an Abuja statement on Sunday.

According to Sunday, the international oil and gas festival in Nigeria is a platform designed to foster unity and demonstrate the impact of the oil and gas sector’s CSR in developing economies.

According to him, OGSFEST was founded in 2018 in response to the global oil transitioning campaign to mobilize stakeholders in the oil and gas economy to contribute to positive development in host communities.

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According to him, the Federal Ministry of Environment-endorsed OGSFEST will kick off with the lighting of the OGSFEST Torch/Flame in Yenagoa, Bayelsa.

“The 2022 edition will be held in Uyo, Akwa Ibom, with the theme “Unifying Stakeholders for Sustainable Corporate Social Responsibility Beyond Oil and Gas.”

“To kick off the 2022 edition, Bayelsa Governor Duoye Diri, along with other top government officials and OGSFEST Ambassadors, will light up the OGSFEST Torch/Flame on July 21 at the Peace Park Government Arcade in Yenagoa,” he said.

Sunday stated that the program was designed to bring together governors from oil-producing, pipeline-impacted, and oil-prospecting states, as well as key stakeholders.

He stated that the goal was to look into potential collaborations for environmental development.

According to him, the significance of lighting the OGSFEST Torch in Bayelsa is to honor the heritage of Oloibiri well 1-Otuabagi, Nigeria’s first oil discovery community.

“On August 25, the OGSFEST Torch will arrive in Uyo, Akwa Ibom, signaling the start of the festival.”

“The three-day event features symposia, a carnival, research essay presentations, pageantry, and a well-deserved award/dinner night,” said.

Sunday, as a result, thanked stakeholders for their commitment to collaborative efforts in rebuilding a robust and engaging oil and gas sector that truly caters to the welfare of citizens.

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Oil and gas stakeholders have pledged to continue supporting positive externalities for host communities and addressing their environmental concerns.

They also reaffirmed their commitment to the long-term viability of existing and new CSR programs through culture, education, and empowerment.

Mr. Godfrey Sunday, Project Chairman, Oil and Gas Stakeholders Festival (OGSFEST UYO 2022), announced in an Abuja statement on Sunday.

According to Sunday, the international oil and gas festival in Nigeria is a platform designed to foster unity and demonstrate the impact of the oil and gas sector’s CSR in developing economies.

According to him, OGSFEST was founded in 2018 in response to the global oil transitioning campaign to mobilize stakeholders in the oil and gas economy to contribute to positive development in host communities.

READ MORE: Ukraine Central Bank Doubles Interest Rate To 25%

According to him, the Federal Ministry of Environment-endorsed OGSFEST will kick off with the lighting of the OGSFEST Torch/Flame in Yenagoa, Bayelsa.

“The 2022 edition will be held in Uyo, Akwa Ibom, with the theme “Unifying Stakeholders for Sustainable Corporate Social Responsibility Beyond Oil and Gas.”

“To kick off the 2022 edition, Bayelsa Governor Duoye Diri, along with other top government officials and OGSFEST Ambassadors, will light up the OGSFEST Torch/Flame on July 21 at the Peace Park Government Arcade in Yenagoa,” he said.

Sunday stated that the program was designed to bring together governors from oil-producing, pipeline-impacted, and oil-prospecting states, as well as key stakeholders.

He stated that the goal was to look into potential collaborations for environmental development.

According to him, the significance of lighting the OGSFEST Torch in Bayelsa is to honor the heritage of Oloibiri well 1-Otuabagi, Nigeria’s first oil discovery community.

“On August 25, the OGSFEST Torch will arrive in Uyo, Akwa Ibom, signaling the start of the festival.”

“The three-day event features symposia, a carnival, research essay presentations, pageantry, and a well-deserved award/dinner night,” said.

Sunday, as a result, thanked stakeholders for their commitment to collaborative efforts in rebuilding a robust and engaging oil and gas sector that truly caters to the welfare of citizens.

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