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Ernest C. Nwapa

Group General Manager Nigerian Content Division

CWC Group Limited

HQ Phone:  +44 20 7978 0000

Email: e***@***.com

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CWC Group Limited

Regent House 16-18 Lombard Road

London, Greater London,SW11 3RF

United Kingdom

Company Description

The CWC Group was established in 1997 to act as a vehicle for growth in the energy and infrastructure industries, by providing top-quality information and opportunities for governments and industry players to come together to promote commerce and develop relev...more

Background Information

Employment History

Steering Committee


General Manager of Capacity Building

NNPC


Affiliations

Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation

Executive Secretary


NCDMB

Executive Secretary


Global Local Content Council

Executive Secretary of the Nigerian Content and Development Board and Founding Member


Petroleum Technology Association Nigeria

Executive Secretary, The Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board


Shell SPDC

Executive Secretary, The Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board


Ernest Nwapa , companies

Executive Secretary of the Nigerian Content Development Monitoring Board


Education

University of Nigeria Nsukka


Bachelor's Degree


Honorary Doctorate Degree of Management Technology

Federal University of Technology Owerri


Web References(199 Total References)


Nigeria Oil & Gas - 20-23 February 2012 - Abuja, Nigeria - Seminar Speakers

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Engr Ernest Nwapa, General Manager Capacity Building Nigeria Content Division, NNPC
Engr Ernest Chukwuemeka Nwapa (MNSE) heads the strategic Nigerian Content Division of the NNPC which is responsible for implementing the Nigerian Content Policy. He joined the NNPC as a Project Engineer in 1983 following graduation from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka in 1982 and has successfully executed several key projects as Design Engineer, Construction Superintendent and Project Manager. Engineer Nwapa has written several papers and made presentations on the subjects of local content development and capacity building both at local and international conferences.


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Engr Ernest Nwapa
Engr Nwapa (MNSE) was appointed executive secretary of the Nigerian Content Development & Monitoring Board in April 2010 following the signing of the Nigerian Content Act. Engr Nwapa worked at the NCD until his appointment as group general manager Nigerian Content Division of NNPC in March 2010. Engr Nwapa is a 1982 graduate of the Civil Engineering Department (BEngr) of the University of Nigeria Nsukka graduating with honours. Engr Nwapa is internationally recognised and well known for his advocacy and promotion of capacity building and local content development in national oil and gas industries.


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Ernest Nwapa - Pioneer Executive Secretary - Nigerian Content Development & Monitoring BoardErnest Nwapa
Nigeria Oil & Gas | Ernest Nwapa - Nigeria Oil & Gas Ernest Nwapa Ernest Nwapa - Pioneer Executive Secretary - Nigerian Content Development & Monitoring Board


Steering Committee | Nigeria Oil & Gas (NOG)

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Ernest Nwapa - Pioneer Executive Secretary - Nigerian Content Development & Monitoring Board
Ernest Nwapa - Pioneer Executive Secretary - Nigerian Content Development & Monitoring Board Ernest Nwapa Pioneer Executive Secretary Nigerian Content Development & Monitoring Board


First Major Venture Under Nigerian Content Act Begins - Nwapa - EnergyNews

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First Major Venture Under Nigerian Content Act Begins - Nwapa
Ernest Nwapa, executive secretary, Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB), has announced over $1billion investment in the Nigerian oil and gas industry to create capacity and execute Nigerian Content scopes provided in the Egina deep water project. Egina-Total Exploration and Production's $15 billion deep water project is the first major oil and gas project to be started under the Nigerian Content Act and it includes an FPSO unit, an oil offloading terminal and subsea production systems such as risers, 52km of oil and water injection flowlines, 12 flexible jumpers, 20km of gas export pipelines, 80kilometres of umbilicals and subsea manifolds. He stated that the investment worth $60million was made towards delivering Saipem's Nigerian Content scope on the Egina project. Nwapa added that the plant was worthy of celebration as it confirmed that the board's strategy to include capacity development initiatives (CDIs) in major projects was working. He informed that CDIs would promote opportunities for training, knowledge and technology acquisition, adding that shop floors were expanding and capacity to execute work in Nigeria has increased substantially. Speaking further, Nwapa reiterated that over $5billion worth of investments have been made in Nigerian yards since the signing of the Nigerian Content Bill into law by President Goodluck Jonathan in 2010, especially by PETAN member companies and other firms like Aveon, Cameron, Ladol, Nigerdock, FMC, Tenaris, EWT etc while about 40,000 technical jobs are being created per annum. He credited President Goodluck Jonathan and Diezani Alison-Madueke, minister of petroleum resources, for providing the political support and conducive environment to implement the Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry Content and Development Act. "Their support strengthened the Board to overcome local and international resistance from very powerful forces," he added.


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