His name is Engr. Engr. Oraifite, Anambra County, Emeka Okwuosa. He studied Communications and Computer Engineering and graduated in 1982 at the University of Ife, now Obafemi Awolowo University. Emeka has since been involved in professional engineering, administrator and contractor with over 33 years of experience, covering the fields of maintenance and operations, teaching, wireline logging and interpretation, seismic collection, processing and interpretation,
This has several companies covering different fields of engineering activities and facilities, the latter being addressed by Oilserv Limited. Emeka is the founding member, President and CEO of several oil and gas industries in Africa, and most notably he is President and CEO of OilServ Limited, the AKK (Ajaokuta, Kaduna and Kano) Gas pipeline company for 2,8 billion dollars which is reviewed by President Mohammadu Buhari 's Government and headed by the Nige government.
As quoted in the website https:/www.icrc.gov.ng of the ICRC, under the presidency, the project is estimated at $2.8million and has been approved and supported by the administration of President Buhari. Analyst has described the project as one of the President's determination to develop local content and efficiency, as the pipeline project is supplied with over 1.5 billion cubic feet of existing domestic infrastructure per day covering Ajaokuta, Kadune, Kano.
Emeka Okwuosa stressed that the initiative is one of the President's key projects since it was elected in 2015, in the virtual flag-off of the projects. The project is a crucial component of Nigeria 's Gas Master Plan, the NGMC, which seeks to use the vast amount of gas generated in Nigeria, thereby minimizing gas flare and making gas readily accessible to a wider part of the world.
The gas pipe project has a capacity to transport up to 2.2 trillion cubic feed of gas per day, as approved by the Federal Executive Council, and is expected to be completed in a span of 24 months. Given this enormous amount of gas available for transport, the latter will enable better power generation in the national grid than is currently 3,600 megawatts of electricity and would also provide job opportunities for many Nigerians.
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