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NPA gives recognition to INTELS for supporting sports devt

by AMAKA ANAGOR-EWUZIE

June 13, 2018 | 5:11 pm
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Niposa Games 2018. Photo Credit- Calabar Reporters

 

INTELS Nigeria Limited, Nigeria’s oil and gas logistics giant, has been honoured by the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) for its partnership, commitment and contribution to sports development in the Authority.

The recognition was bestowed on INTELS in Calabar at a gala night and award ceremony marking the end of the 2018 edition of the Nigerian Ports Authority Sports Association (NIPOSA) games, organised to strengthen stakeholders’ collaboration and create a social network for the port community.

Rexford Asaikpuka, head, government and public affairs department of INTELS, who represented Silvano Bellinato, INTELS’ general manager, said NPA and INTELS enjoy cordial working relationship, which has endured over a long period of time.

He said INTELS supported the annual games as part of its commitment to the promotion of healthy living in the maritime industry.

“INTELS is well known for its value-addition services to the maritime and, oil and gas sectors in Nigeria. Our partnership with the NPA, which has lasted for over 30 years, has ensured the development of certain strategic infrastructures that helps Nigeria to derive high value from its natural endowments especially its hydrocarbon and maritime endowment.

“Our partnership has made it possible for us to build a one-stop-shop oil and gas service centre, which has led to improved efficiency of personnel, reduction of the downtime of offshore rigs and the provision of quick response to offshore emergencies,” he said.

He stated that the oil and gas service center has also enhanced physical monitoring and follow-up of equipment in stock; modularisation of operational areas and better control of supply vessels.

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by AMAKA ANAGOR-EWUZIE

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