FIRST E&P Engages Stakeholders on Pipeline License

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FIRST E&P believes in continuous engagement with all stakeholders.  On May 6th, 2021, a public hearing session with the Bayelsa State Government under the aegis of the Bayelsa State Ministry of Lands and Survey, Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR), stakeholder communities, and FIRST E&P on behalf of the NNPC/ FIRST E&P OMLs 83 & 85 Joint Venture (JV) held to engage the communities, in compliance with the Oil Pipeline Act (CAP.338) 1990 (the Act).

In line with the Act, FIRST E&P applied to the Ministry of Petroleum Resources for a license to lay pipes about 20m offshore. The Act requires a notice of objection that provides a platform for all concerned parties to discuss and raise any issues or concerns. This notice of objection was communicated on various media channels, in line with FIRST E&P’s principles of integrity and transparency. 

The next step in the engagement process was an invitation to the Public Hearing session to all relevant stakeholders by the Bayelsa State Ministry of Lands and Survey. The Ministry coordinated the hearing and declared that the application for the offshore license was compliant with the restrictions in the Act. 

FIRST E&P remains committed to continuously building positive and constructive relationships within the community and driving long-term sustainable relationships.

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Juliet Ehimuan

Non-Executive Director

Juliet Ehimuan is Director of Google in West Africa. She was named by Forbes as one of the top 20 power women in Africa, by the London Business School as one of 30 people changing the world; and featured in the BBC Africa Power Women series, and on CNN Innovate Africa.

With over 25 years experience primarily in Technology, Oil & Gas, and New Media industries across Europe, Middle East and Africa; Juliet is a leading voice on Innovation, Transformation, and Leadership. She has received numerous awards for outstanding contribution to the digital landscape in Africa. Under her leadership, the Google team has made a significant impact on local content development, infrastructure deployment, and digital capacity building.

Juliet has degrees from the London Business School, University of Cambridge; and Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife. She was awarded IT Personality of the Year in 2012 by the Nigeria Computer Society, Digital Personality of the year 2016 by Marketing World; and received a 2015 Titans of Technology award from TechnologyAfrica.

She is a member of the Forbes Coaches Council and recently published 30 Days of
Excellence, a leadership and effectiveness guide.