29 Jul Westfield, Chevron, NCDMB and Hommaston Hold Close-Out Ceremony for Trainees
Representatives of Chevron Nigeria Limited (CNL); Westfield Energy Resources Limited (WERL); Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB) and Hommaston Limited on Monday, June 29, 2020 held the close-out ceremony of the Human Capacity Development (HCD) phase of the Detailed Engineering Design (DED) of Escravos Tanks 4, 6, 7 & 12 Repair and Upgrade Project. The ceremony was held virtually on Zoom, but some trainees were physically present.
In compliance with the provisions of the Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry Content Development Act (NOGICD) 2010 on Human Capital Development and in line with the directives of the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB), ten (10) Nigerian Engineering graduates were given technical on-the-job training to prepare them for a robust career in the Oil and Gas industry. The training was carried out by Westfield and facilitated by Hommaston Limited.
Acknowledging everyone present at the close-out meeting, the Chevron NCD Advisor of ETRUP, Mr. Obi Isiuwa who represented the CNL TRU Project Manager applauded Westfield and Hommaston Limited for a successful training.
The Westfield representative at the meeting, Engr. Amazing Oloruntoba thanked CNL for the continued confidence in Westfield to deliver an excellent job which was demonstrated in the handling of the TRU DED project. He thanked NCDMB for the support while commending Hommaston for the smooth running of the training. He enjoined the trainees to make great use of the opportunity the training offered them.
Mr. Okechukwu Oganuzor, a representative of NCDMB, thanked CNL and Westfield for giving young graduates the opportunity to experience such an insightful training. He requested that each of the trainees give an overview of what they learnt, which they did to the admiration of all.
The CEO of Hommaston Limited, Mr. Joseph Carew presented certificates to the trainees who were physically present at the Hommaston office for the meeting.
It will be recalled that to achieve the objective of service upgrade and repairs of some of its tanks, Chevron Nigeria Limited contracted Westfield to execute the Detailed Engineering Design (DED) of the repair and upgrade of tanks 4, 6, 7 & 12 out of the twelve original tanks in their tank farm.e DED was awarded to Westfield as a result of the excellent job done on the Front-End Engineering Design (FEED) of the project.