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Nigeria network meeting – Egina Floater

Nigeria network meeting – Egina Floater

An historic event will take place in Lagos later this year when the Total’s Egina Floater arrives at Lagos Deep Offshore Logistics Base (LADOL) in Nigeria.

Mr. Jide Jadesimi, Executive Director Business Development at LADOL recently gave a presentation on their partnership strategy in this venture and was also be available for B2B meetings with participating companies. The event was held at the Norwegian Energy Partners office, Hoffsveien 23, Oslo.

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