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ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE MINISTRY OF PETROLEUM RESOURCES AND IT’S PARASTATALS DURING MR. PRESIDENT’S FIRST ONE (1) YEAR IN OFFICE

BY The Honourable Minister of Petroleum Resources MINISTRY OF PETROLEUM RESOURCES

TUESDAY 22, 2012

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The MPR’s Mission and Vision • MPR’s Mission  Effective implementation of National oil and gas policies on exploration, production, distribution and utilization in accordance with international standards. • MPR’s Vision  An internationally competitive oil and gas sector that contributes maximally to the growth and development of the Nigerian economy.

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Functions/ Business of the Ministry  The Ministry has the overall responsibility for the articulation and implementation of policies in the oil and gas sector of the Nigerian economy  Supervises activities in the oil and gas industry  Protect government’s Joint Venture interests in the industry  Manage oil concession policies  Manage all policy matters relating to the marketing of petroleum and gas products  Issue licences for exploration, production, distribution and conservation in oil and gas operations  Support the development of hydrocarbon industries including natural gas processing, refineries and petrochemical industries  Maintain standards, monitor quality/quantity and regulate practices in the industry  Train professional and technical hands in the industry for both local and international application 2


Key Industry Policy Issues  Nigerian (Local) Content  Attracting Local and Foreign Investment through adequate Fiscal Regimes  Discouraging Crude Oil Theft and General Safety of the Industry  Development and operation of Deep Offshore fields  Development and Utilization of our Natural Gas Resources  Marginal field development

 Development of Inland basins  Regional cooperation on energy supplies (WAGP, Trans- Saharan Gas Pipeline Project, etc.)  Facility Unitization (to protect marginal field operators)

 Liberalization of Petroleum Refining Business  Review of Fiscal Policies in the Petroleum Industry  Coastal bunkering and export of refined products and expansion of Nigerian retail outlet business to West Africa 3


Major Initiatives and Achievements of the Petroleum Industry Government’s policy thrust in the Gas Sector is to make Gas take its rightful place in the energy mix.  Government’s objective is to promote investment throughout the gas value chain.  Government has midwifed one of the most dynamic transformations of the gas sector. The growth recorded in the gas sector from 1999 to 2012 includes:  Reserves; 136.5 trillion standard cubic feet to 187 trillion standard cubic feet  Production; 1.38 trillion standard cubic feet to 2.847 trillion standard cubic feet  Utilization; 515 billion standard cubic feet to 2.27 trillion standard cubic feet  Flaring; reduced from 63% to 18% GAS FLARING Government is pursuing its stated objectives of reducing gas flaring, through the encouragement of accelerated gas development projects. Between 2011 and today (2012) flaring has been reduced from 24% to 18%.

DEREGULATION: Government has continued to engage various stakeholders on the issue of deregulation. While government believes that deregulation of the downstream sector of the petroleum industry is in the best interest of the country, it has resolved to carry the people along in its policies. At the appropriate time, a decision will be taken.


PROPOSED GAS PIPELINE NETWORK

 Ob/Ob – Oben (East – West interconnector pipeline) ;  Calabar – Umuahia – Ajaokuta;  Ajaokuta – Abuja – Kano – Katsina;  Makurdi – Yola – Gombe – Maiduguri;  GTS 1 (Export) – Domestic Sector (Obigbo North) Gas Pipeline;  Ob/Ob – Owerri – Umuahia;  Gas Supply line from ELPS – Delta IV Power Plant; 5  ELPS - Ekiti


Major Initiatives and Achievements of the Ministry Implementation of the National Domestic Gas Supply & Pricing Policy (Institution of the Domestic Gas Supply Obligation and Development of the Instruments for Implementation of Domestic Gas Supply Obligation) • During the period under review, Government commenced the implementation of the Domestic Gas Supply Obligation (DGSO) scheme.  This scheme has made it possible for the supply of adequate quantity and quality of gas by oil and gas producers to all active power plants in the last one (1) year of Mr. President in office.  One (1) Bscf/day supply of gas to the domestic market has been achieved through effective implementation of the DGSO.


Major Initiatives and Achievements of the Ministry Upstream Milestones •

Usan Floating Production and Storage System (FPSO) belonging to NNPC/Total JV, the fifth in the Nigeria Deep Offshore region was recently commissioned and is currently producing 103,000 barrel per day (4% of the total Nigerian production of 2.7 million barrel per day).

Government in its aggressive drive and in line with its transformation agenda and the vision 20:20-20, is developing a comprehensive framework for bringing on stream other project such as Egina, Ofon, Bonga NW Fields etc. that will ensure increase of our national production to 4 million bpd benchmark as envisaged.

Government effort at encouraging indigenous participation in the Oil and Gas industry has already recently yielded another dividend – an oil terminalling facility (the Ebok terminal), has being established by an indigenous company with current daily crude Oil production of 7,000 barrel b/d and a Plateau production of 50,000bpd at full capacity.

Government’s effort at encouraging indigenous participation in the oil and gas industry has recently yielded another dividend – an oil terminalling facility, the Ebok Terminal, has been established by an indigenous company with current daily crude oil production of 7,000 b/d and a plateau production of 50,000 b/d at full capacity.


Major Initiatives and Achievements of the Ministry Proposition of the Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB) • The Ministry proposed the PIB – an omnibus regulatory instrument intended to turn around the Oil and Gas industry in Nigeria. The Bill is presently being packaged for re-presentation to the National Assembly (NASS) In line with the transformation agenda, the Transparency and Accountability principle of the Government, the Ministry has set up Special Task Forces headed by eminent Nigerians, to address critical issues in the sector: • The Special PIB Task Force and PIB Technical Committee. • The Special Task Force on Governance and Controls in the NNPC and Other Parastatals • The Petroleum Revenue Special Task Force • The National Refineries Special Task Force


Major Initiatives and Achievements of the Ministry The Gas Revolution Mr President in 2011 launched the Gas Revolution which focuses on developing the industries that will work with Oil and Gas derivatives.

ďƒ˜The

government is proposing the establishment of two world – scale

petrochemical and fertilizer companies as well as five fertilizer blending plants, a methanol plant and a liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) distribution plant.

ďƒ˜These definitely will position Nigeria as the undisputed regional hub for gas based industries such as fertilizers, petrochemicals and methanol

Accelerated Gas Development and Utilization programme In its commitment to ensure availability of gas in the domestic sector at very short time, the Ministry has identified all the uncommitted gas flare points and has concluded arrangement to take the gas at flare and give them to indigenous third party companies willing to invest in gas monetization. The Ministry is also pursuing the Installation of Supplementary Gas Treatment/ Processing plants by indigenous investors to enable the supply of dry gas to power plants


Major Initiatives and Achievements of the Ministry Gas Flaredown Campaign: • Government’s gas flaredown campaign has contributed immensely in the reduction of the volume of the associated gas flared to 18%. • Government effort at enforcing zero-flare for upcoming fields has yielded additional dividend.  A 45MMscf/d Non-associated Gas (NAG)/Associated Gas (AG) processing facilities have been completed and commissioned by an indigenous company during the first one (1) year of this Administration

Gas Flare Down Monitoring Facilities and Services • The Ministry has installed pilot gas flare meters on a few flare lines and has established the shortfall in gas flare estimates • This project is being pursued vigorously as it will enable actual value of the gas flare penalty to be established and thereby encourage gas flaredown


Major Initiatives and Achievements of the Ministry Parastatal: Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) Upstream Oil (Exploration & Production)

• Production growth has been achieved in spite of the incessant vandalism of pipeline infrastructure at a huge cost especially to NNPC. Notable achievements in this regard include the following; • Critical crude pipelines such as; • Escravos-Warri-Kaduna, • NCTL (Nembe Creek Trunk Line), • NAOC JV line to Brass •

TNP (Trans Niger Pipeline)

• Have been subjected to repeated sabotage resulting in crude losses in excess of N95bn

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Major Initiatives and Achievements of the Ministry Parastatal: Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) Upstream Oil (Exploration & Production): Pipeline Vandalism Hotspots

Widespread… And Growing Post-GSF Deployment Apr – Dec 2011

Grievanc e

14

Crude Theft / Hacksaw

17

45

11 1

1

21

9

Crude Theft / Grievance

6

13

LEGEND

9

Reported Incident x Represents No. of Sabotage points x

About 150,000 barrels a day could be added to Nigeria’s production if vandalism is stopped 12


Major Initiatives and Achievements of the Ministry Parastatal: Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) Upstream Oil (Exploration & Production) - NPDC

• Future production growth is expected to come from NPDC through the assignment of oil & gas fields from shell divestments to the Nigerian Petroleum Development Company (NPDC) - upstream subsidiary of NNPC • These blocks will now be free of the funding constraints of the JV and increased investments from both the NNPC and the parties that have acquired shell/Total/ Agip interests in these blocks can proceed to develop the blocks at an accelerated pace • As a result of Mr. President’s endorsement, the reserve base has increased and Nigeria can expect incremental production of up to 345,000 barrels of oil by 2015 • Since funding is not expected to come through JV cash calls this production represents incremental royalty and tax contribution to the National treasury (see reserves slide).

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Major Initiatives and Achievements of the Ministry Parastatal: Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) Upstream Oil (Exploration & Production) NPDC Oil & Gas Reserve Profile

New reserves

Oil Reserves (MM bbl)

429

443

2007

2008

431

1,723 1120

623

603 2009

2010 New reserves

Gas Reserves (bscf)

1,809

1,837

1,837

2007

2008

2009 14

2011

2,785

7,008 4,230 2,778

2010

2011


Major Initiatives and Achievements of the Ministry Parastatal: Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) Upstream Oil (Exploration & Production): NPDC Oil & Gas Production Forecast

Growth & Optimisation (Oil&Gas production – forecast) Kboepd NPDC oil projects beyond 2014

500

500

Gas Oil

450

NPDC’s total production is expected to reach 345 kboepd by 2015, with oil contributing 267 and gas 78 kboepd

NPDC aspires to reach and maintain oil production at 400 kbod beyond 2015

400 345

350

315 78

300

100

75 250

233

200

56

150 100

91

240

267

255

177

50 0 12.2011 Year average1

191

2012 257

2013 334

2014 340

2015 321

2016 291

2017 265

1 Excluding potential projects beyond 2014

2018 242

2019 221

2020 202

2021 186

181

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Major Initiatives and Achievements of the Ministry Parastatal: Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) Upstream Oil (Exploration & Production): Joint Venture & PSC Operations • Gas produced has increased to over 4bcf/d • For the first time industry supplied more gas than was produced by the power and industrial sectors

• Frontier Exploration has continued with increased pace of work in the Chad Basin, while the Aero-Magnetic survey of other hinterland basin has been signed • Leases renewed for OMLs 67,68, 70 to ensure stability of terms for continuing operations • NNPC/Exxon Mobil JV NGL II re-financing loan agreement amounting to $1.1bn in 2011 has been signed. similarly in 2012 the NNPC/Exxon Mobil JV reserve development financing also signed with competitive interest rates • Government’s support for long term financing for the JVs is demonstrated in the OGIC report and Mr President continues to push for the passage of the PIB which will include long term funding solutions for the JVs • Financing scheme has national content component allowing Nigerian Banks participation consistent with the National Content Act 16


Major Initiatives and Achievements of the Ministry Parastatal: Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) Mid-Stream Oil (Refineries): Refinery Upgrade Roadmap Strategy to Improve the Refinery Availability Going Forward

PMS HHK AGO

100% 90% PMS HHK AGO

70%

2010 Status

Pre–2010 Status

80%

60%

70%

50%

• WRPC and KRPC running at 60%

40%

-3

Daily National Consumption

Current Status

10%

-6

• TAM of all refineries completed & running at 90%

• PHRC TAM completed and running at 90%;

20%

-9

13.4m Ltr 6.16m Ltr 10.2m Ltr

90%

15.60m Ltr 7.18m Ltr 11.90m Ltr

60%

30%

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PMS HHK AGO

20.3m Ltr 9.24m Ltr 15.36m Ltr

0

3

PMS HHK AGO

6

• Improvements in capacity due to 2010 interventions

17

9

12

15

35 m Ltr 8 m Ltr 12 m Ltr

18

21

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Major Initiatives and Achievements of the Ministry Parastatal: Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) Downstream Oil (Retail): NNPC Retail Footprint Market Share (%)

Mega Stations

18.0 16.0

11.5

No. of Stations

14.0 12.0

7.0

2009 A

2010 A

2011 FYP

2012

2013

Naira Million

Gross Revenue(Million Naira)

2014

23,138

5,229

2009 A

8,914

2010 A

10,175

2011 FYP 2012

2013

2014 18

Floating Stations

428 40

444 44

461 48

376

388

401

12

12

12

2012

2013

2014

2012

2013

2014

Mega Stations

40

44

48

Affiliate stations

376

388

401

Floating Stations

12

12

12

37,106 32,433

Affiliate stations


Major Initiatives and Achievements of the Ministry Parastatal: Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC)

Midstream (Gas) & Downstream (Power): Gas Revolution The gas reform is anchored on a robust strategic framework that is focused on maximum economic impact through gas. Aims to drive linkages with agriculture, manufacturing and dispersed small enterprise through Power STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK FOR NIGERIAN GAS GAS TO POWER

GAS BASED INDUSTRIALISATION “… By 2014, we would have positioned Nigeria firmly as the undisputed regional hub for gas-based industries such as fertilizer, petrochemicals and methanol.”

• Significantly increase gas supply to the Power Sector • Focused delivery plan to support existing and ongoing power plants by PHCN and NIPP • Deliver Gas for at least 12GW by 2015

Deliver on President’s Gas Revolution Agenda to: • Position Nigeria as the regional hub for gas-based industries such as fertilizer, petrochemical and methanol • Transform gas sector to value adding sector 19

HIGH VALUE EXPORT

LNG

Regional Pipelines

Consolidate Nigeria’s position and market share in high value export markets • Targeted LNG export opportunities • Regional gas pipelines that help consolidate nation’s footprint and influence


Major Initiatives and Achievements of the Ministry Parastatal: Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC)

Midstream (Gas) & Downstream (Power): Increasing Gas Supply to Power Meeting the power demand needs via gas fired power plants will have a GDP impact of $5bn-$11bn and create more than a million jobs Nigeria power generation capacity shortfalls GW, 2010

Capacity Peak demand upper estimates

Implications of power supply constraints MWh/capita/year, 2008 201

Electricity consumption levels in Nigeria are low (~10% compared to Egypt) 12.83 World average

6.63 4.35 2.19 US

8.6

▪ -6.8GW 5.4

101 3.2

Installed capacity

Average capacity not available

Average hourly generation

Peak demand1

Germany

SA

Brazil

1.34

0.12

0.04

2.6

Egypt Nigeria Ethiopia

Supply constraints and shortages are a strain on economic growth and industry competitiveness – World Bank indicates that value lost due to power outages amount to 9% of sales for Nigeria enterprises Closing the supply gap could stimulate economic growth with $5-11bn GDP impact and create >1m jobs – ~$5bn in recovered sales and production (~9% of sales of the non-extractive or agriculture sectors of GDP) – $6bn in cost savings from using grid rather than generator power, translating into higher consumption – >1m jobs with GDP impact of $5bn, based on current GDP contribution of $2.5k per job (in non ag sector)

1 Peak demand estimates vary significantly, but indicate that if demand was not suppressed by supply constraints it would be at least 10 GW SOURCE: NBS fact sheet 2009, CBN quarterly economic reports, EIA, World Bank, UCT Graduate School of Business 4

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Major Initiatives and Achievements of the Ministry Parastatal: Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) Midstream (Gas) & Downstream (Power): Policy Initiatives

To support the agenda, a set of enabling policies were approved by His Excellency, Dr. Goodluck Jonathan. These are being rolled out and have created a major boost and jumpstart for the sector’s agenda • Legal basis for gas supply to domestic market now in place − The underpinning Regulation was put in place in 2008 − Incorporation in Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB) also ongoing • DPR issued the first set of supply obligations to all IOCs in 2009 • Recent supply growth fully linked to the respective DSO obligations of the suppliers – the concept is essentially now institutionalized

Scalable Gas Infrastructure Blueprint

• New and more sustainable domestic gas pricing to Power and other sectors now in place • World class contractual frameworks for supply, transmission and Network access now in place • World Bank revenue securitization scheme in place to mitigate risk of payment failures for gas supplied • Gas Aggregation Company of Nigeria established to manage DSO and price aggregation • Good progress being made in Negotiations and execution of various gas supply agreements (GSAA) ongoing

• Infrastructure Blueprint approved by Federal Executive Council (FEC) in 2008 and being rolled out—anchored on a network of critical pipelines and 3 CPFs • Critical pipelines identified and development in progress for some • Investors assembled for the Central Area CPF and have commenced project development • Feasibility study concluded for the Western Koko CPF

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Major Initiatives and Achievements of the Ministry Parastatal: Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC)

Midstream (Gas) & Downstream (Power): Domestic Gas Supply Plan The gas supply to underpin agenda is from the Domestic Gas supply Obligation (DSO)

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Major Initiatives and Achievements of the Ministry Parastatal: Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) Midstream (Gas) & Downstream (Power):

Potential Job Creation and Import Substitution Opportunities (1) Using domestic gas to maximize employment and achieve import substitution could create >0.5 million jobs with GDP impact of $20bn (provided gas is available) Gas users Power, current Industry, current Current demand, 2010 Power, new Existing industry, new3 Power & Existing Industry, 2020 Glass Pulp & Paper

Potential gas use Mmscfd, 2020

Total employment potential Thousand jobs, 2020

2,300 0

Aluminium smelting Cement Methanol Total shortlisted users

0

3,335 12

10

0.7 74

1.5

16

0.2

0.6 99

196

2.61

3.1

36

104

0.6

0.9

18

43

0.2

0.5

25

24

32

Iron & Steel

Import substitution might be used as a basis to allocate gas according to “domestic gas supply obligation�

1,035

21

Agro-processing (Corn)

Imports substitution $bn, 2009 imports

335

Plastics

Fertilizers

Additional domestic gas demand

700

Ethylene

Rubber

GDP impact potential $bn GDP, 2020

Existing demand

3.7 151

255

29

91

2-3 0.9

5.8 1.0

0.5

475

54

2.8

2

0

0

0

4,650

513

20.7

7-9

1 Imports of ethylene, plastics and rubber 2 GDP impact of Power has estimated using potential sales recovery and savings from substituting diesel generation with grid power; assuming demand continues to surpass supply by 2020 3 Includes demand for new cement capacity additions to meet local demand by established Nigerian players SOURCE: NNPC, US RIMS II Multipliers (2005), industry reports, expert interviews, MGI; Team analysis

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Major Initiatives and Achievements of the Ministry Parastatal: Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) Potential Job Creation and Import Substitution Opportunities (2)

For industrial development, industries can be shortlisted and prioritized based on their energy competitiveness, job impact and potential for import substitution Absolute import to Nigeria (2009, Mn USD)

Illustrative, relative mapping of Power and Export

Energy competitiveness Mmscf gas used per m$ output, Nigeria(2)(3)

Power generation

LNG export

110 100

Methanol

90 Cement

80 70 Nitrogenous fertilizers

60 50 40

Aluminium

30

Pulp

20

Corn

Iron & Steel

10

Petrochemicals (ethylene from LPGs) Downstream plastics Glass Paper Synthetic rubber

0 0

100

200

300

400

500

600

700

800

900

1,000

1,100

2,400

Total job impact Total jobs created per mmscfd of gas used, Nigeria1 1 Estimate based on USA impact and x3-4 ratio for job creation and x1,2 energy efficiency between developed and developing countries 2. Ethylene feedstock in Nigeria would be LPGs, consumption of natural gas is only utility needed for conversion vs feedstock. Downstream plastics, only non-ethylene energy required is taken into account not initial feedstock needs. SOURCE: OECD; US federal statistic office; Team analysis 5

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Major Initiatives and Achievements of the Ministry Parastatal: Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) Midstream (Gas) & Downstream (Power)

Highlights of Achievements :Western Pipeline Network System

OBEN – GEREGU  36” x 136km;  Project completed in 2011  Gas supply to Geregu power plant and access for gas to the North

1

2

GAS SUPPLY TO OLORUNSHOGO  24” x 31km;  Line Pipes procured and all lengths welded  Project to be completed by May 2012

2

4

3

1

ELPS A  24”/36” x 104km;  Project to be completed by May 2012

6

5 3 OBIAFU-OBRIKOM-OBEN (OB3)

ELPS 2

 48” x 127km;  Contract awarded by FEC in April; completion in 2013/2014

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 36” x 324km;  Doubling pipeline capacity to 2 bscfd to support the growing demand in the West  Construction about to commence  Project to be completed by Q1 2013


Major Initiatives and Achievements of the Ministry Parastatal: Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) Midstream (Gas) & Downstream (Power)

Highlights of Achievements : Eastern Pipeline Network System OB3  

Contract awarded by FEC in April Completion by 2013/14

Permanent Line to Alaoji NIPP Project ongoing Expected Completion date June 2012

 

Jebba

Geregu NIPP Ibadan

NGC/Oando Pipeline

Ajaokuta

Omotosho

Project completed Gas is currently supplied to Unicem

 

Olorunshogo Oben

ELPS 2 ELPS 1

Obiafu/Obrikom

Egbin

Aba Industries

Koko Gas Industrial Park Escravos

Obite

Ubeta

Legend

Rumuji

Imo River Indorama

Existing Pipeline System

Existing Gas Source Power Plant Industries

Uquo GTS 1

Alakiri Notore

NOPL  

Project ongoing Expected Completion date is end 2012

Calabar NIPP

Obigbo

Cawthorne Channel

Ongoing/Planned Pipeline system

Unicem Cement

Alaoji NIPP

OUR

Alscon Ibom Power

QIT

Bonny NLNG Oso

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Nigerian Content Development & Monitoring Board (NCDMB)

Key objectives of the Nigerian Content Act Employ • Create over & Train 300,000 direct and indirect jobs per Nigeria annum ns Build & Utilise Local Capacity

• Fab/Dock yards • Pipe/ Steel mills • Service Coys • Downstream

• Retain 10 of 20Bn spend Retain Spend Add Value

Involve Oil Producing areas

• Manufacture Component

• Own marine • IntegrateVessels indigenes • Care for environment

The implementation of the Act since April 2010 has seen very high levels of compliance and growth trends towards achieving these objectives for employment, value addition in country and integration of communities


TIONAL P NA NIGERIAN

LEUM RO ET

Nigerian Content Development & Monitoring Board (NCDMB)

C

OR

Some Progress Examples

Pipe Mills

Fab Yards

Marine Vessels

Shell, MPN, CNL and NAOC put 100 Km pipe order in SCC yard. Over $100m retained

Operators putting unprecedented tonnage of work in Local yards

Grow indigenous Ownership from 10% to 60% in 4 years.

3 More Mills Coming up to support Gas Masterplan projects

2 new Mega yards Upgrade on old yards Over 1Bn Dollar FDI

Growing Nigerian fleet Over 10 indigenous vessels in period, further 25 earmarked

P O R AT I O

N


Nigerian Content Development & Monitoring Board (NCDMB) •

The Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board was established following the signing into law of the Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry Content Development Act on April 22 2010, with a mandate to develop capacity of the local supply chain and enforce compliance with provisions of the Nigerian Content Law.

The key achievements of the NCDMB include •

Growth in Indigenous Ownership of Assets in Marine sector • Marine Vessels Ownership & Utilization: • Rig Ownership & Utilization: Nigerian companies own land, swamp and offshore rigs (Oando, Seawolf, Bell Oil and Gas). Ownership of assets is a key performance indicator in well and drilling services. Indigenous ownership of drilling rigs therefore signifies a major growth in the business of Nigerian service companies. $500 million is being retained in the economy

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Nigerian Content Development & Monitoring Board (NCDMB) Steel Pipe Mill Scheme • Maximization of Existing Facility: • Nigerian made steel pipes are being sourced for industry use; over 100km line pipe sourced from SCC. This $80 million contract kept over 350 jobs and provided additional 150 new job opportunities in SCC. This intervention is a classic case of fostering linkage between the oil and gas industry and manufacturing. • Promotion of the establishment of new Pipe Mills: • To complement the SCC facility, Yulong Steel and Vigeo Steel are committed to establishing LSAW (250,000Mt/annum) and HSAW (200,000 Mt/annum) Pipe Mills respectively. This effort will ensure that a significant proportion of the demand for steel pipe envisaged in the Gas Master Plan program, replacement of aged pipes and upcoming field development projects are sourced from Nigerian facilities. Expected retention of spend is estimated at over $700 million per annum in addition to over 10,000 direct and indirect job opportunities. 30


Nigerian Content Development & Monitoring Board (NCDMB) Infrastructure Development & Facility Upgrade • Dry Dock Facility: • Upgrades of Fabrication Yards: •

Fabrication yards in Nigeria have invested in new capabilities since NOGIC Act. Saipem has completed its jumbo yard; Niger Dock fabricated the Abang & Itut oil production platforms using 100 % Nigerian engineering and fabrication; Fabrication of first Christmas tree frames in Nigeria at Globestar; Dorman Long has installed major galvanizing facility serving LNG & telecommunications industry. Total investment on facility upgrade is estimated at about $ 2billion. These upgrades and investments have generated over 10,000 jobs while ensuring retention of existing jobs.

• Training Facilities • Hyundai has established a Fabrication & Subsea Training Facility in country; Aker Solutions is in the process of setting up a Subsea Academy. • 31


Nigerian Content Development & Monitoring Board (NCDMB) 3.4 • •

Training Center of Excellence Equipment Components Manufacturing Initiative • Domiciliation of Equipment Component Manufacturing: Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) representatives in Nigeria are partnering with OEMs to set up manufacturing facilities in Nigeria. This initiative is already yielding positive results with significant number of applications by OEM representatives to domicile equipment component manufacture in Nigeria. There are multiple benefits for the Nigerian economy including technology transfer, productive employment and elevation of manufacturing base.

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Nigerian Content Development & Monitoring Board (NCDMB) 3.4

Training Center of Excellence

• Creation of Training and Employment Opportunities • Project Based Training Scheme: • Structured approach for training and productive employment on the back of industry projects, created over 500 training and attachment opportunities for Nigerians. Over 250 gained permanent employment. This intervention further supports Mr. President’s campaign promise to create new jobs. • Direct Facilitation of Training in critical Industry Skill Requirement: • The Board has packaged environmental remediation training to address recurring environmental challenges. About 1,000 candidates shall be trained on environmental management. There shall be retention of a minimum of 30% of environmental remediation budget in the oil producing communities. 33


Nigerian Content Development & Monitoring Board (NCDMB) Supplier Development Programs

• Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry Content Joint Qualification System (NOGIC JQS):  A Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry Content Joint Qualification System (NOGIC JQS) has been created to manage the Board’s business processes, exchange information between the Board and stakeholders and also categories service companies.  To date the platform has captured over 7,000 individuals, 4,833 service companies and all the 6 IOCs.  A key benefit of the system is in employment generation, as it provides a credible platform for sourcing Nigerian talents by operators and service companies.

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Nigerian Content Development & Monitoring Board (NCDMB) 6.2 Nigerian Content Development Fund: • The operating model for the Nigerian Content Development Fund has been developed. The Board is about to launch the pilot for NCDF using 3 companies to test run the partial guarantee component of the fund (70%). The capacity development component of the fund (30%) is being applied for critical infrastructure development and training programs such as geosciences and environmental remediation

• •

• Creation of Joint Ventures & Alliances: A wave of consolidation and alliances is going on across industry supply chain e.g. NigerStar emerged from alliance between Globestar and NigerDock. Alliances will deepen indigenous capability for EPC contracts and other high end services in the industry; it will also foster greater ability to acquire new assets and operational capabilities Research & Development The Board is enforcing greater visibility to Research for Development in order to inculcate a culture of continuous process improvement and new product development within Nigerian service companies and operating companies. 35


Conclusion •

Ladies and Gentlemen, it is evident that under the last one year, the oil and gas industry has witnessed increased activities and development and that the Ministry of Petroleum Resources has put in place numerous programmes that would engender far reaching positive changes and ensure the fundamental transformation of Nigeria’s Oil and Gas Industry, to enable the realization of Government’s Vision 20:2020.

Our Country’s crude and condensate production peaked at 2.5 million barrels per day. Mr. Presidents total support of the radical transformation of the oil and gas infrastructure, including funding of accelerated gas development, processing and transmission to ensure adequate gas supply to the domestic market and the rehabilitation of the existing refineries through the engagement of the original plant builders are steps that shall ensure adequate product supplies to the rapidly expanding economy.

No doubt these are interesting times for all the stakeholders in the Nigeria oil and gas industry.

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