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NSE and NLNG Foster Professional Development in Landmark Meeting

L:R: Group Managing Director, Dr. Philip Mshelbila - MD/CEO of Nigeria LNG (NLNG) with the NSE President Engr. Margaret Aina Oguntala, FNSE.

…Call for Strengthened Collaboration

The President, Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE), Engr. Margaret Aina Oguntala, FNSE, recently visited the Nigeria LNG (NLNG) to bolster the relationship between the two organizations. 

The visit was marked by productive discussions with NLNG’s Group Managing Director, Dr. Philip Mshelbila, MD/CEO of NLNG all in a bid to promote engineering excellence and professional development. 

During the meeting, Engr. Oguntala outlined NSE’s strategic agenda and commended the Nigerian engineers at NLNG for their crucial role in managing the nation’s key facilities. 

She urged them to unite under the Bonny branch of NSE to enhance their collective impact. 

On his part, Dr. Mshelbila praised NSE for its efforts in uniting Nigerian engineers and acknowledged their initiatives to foster engineering excellence.

The visit included a comprehensive tour of key sections of NLNG, starting with the Industrial Area Admin section. 

General Manager, Technical Division, Engr. Ekeinde Ohiwerei, and Production Manager Engr. Nnamdi Anowi, represented by Operations Manager Engr. Victor Ojabor, briefed the NSE President on NLNG’s operations. 

At the Control Room, described as the ‘heart’ of NLNG, Engr. Tajudeen Olori, FNSE, provided insights into the sophisticated electronic control systems that manage the facility. 

The NSE President, Engr. Oguntala expressed admiration for the precision and expertise of the engineers, particularly in the maintenance section where state-of-the-art equipment is used for component fabrication.

The PENGASAN Union Chairman, Engr. Albert Onyendi, also expressed delight at the NSE President’s visit. 

The tour concluded with a visit to the head of the flagship Train 7 project, Engr. Alli Uwais, who praised NSE’s strategic initiatives.

Engr. Oguntala took time to engage with engineers who were on duty, recognizing their efforts with handshakes and discussions about their challenges and potential solutions to enhance their work environment and productivity.

This visit highlights NSE’s dedication to fostering a collaborative and sustainable engineering community, ensuring Nigerian engineers continue to excel and contribute significantly to national development.


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