The Lagos State Government has said it plans to develop sustainable oil and gas operations in the state which would boost the state’s economy, The Nation reports.
The State Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode who spoke during the Oil and Gas Trainers’ Association of Nigeria (OGTAN) 2017 inauguration of its National Executive Council members in Lagos, said the government is committed to providing a conducive environment for businesses to flourish.
Represented by the State Commissioner for Energy, Olawole Olumore, he said the state government was focusing on the development of the technology that would sustain the economy of the state and sustain the oil and gas industry within the state and across the federation. He urged the association to show commitment in helping to sustain the state’s economy and to raise the bar of oil and gas operations in the state.
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