Published by RegentAfrica Energy Report, 1st July 2022
Serving the Nigerian oil and gas industry for over 20 years, the organiser, dmg Events Nigeria, has said NOG 2022, scheduled for 4-7th July 2022, will focus on the strategies that will be employed by the Nigerian government and private sector leaders to navigate the emerging business environment – helping to set the nation’s energy agenda for the next 12 months and beyond.
“At dmg Nigeria events we are working closely with all stakeholders and local partners to ensure a safe and secure in-person event on 4 -7 July 2022, and we are looking forward to reconvening the 21st NOG Conference & Exhibition.” dmg noted.
Meanwhile, at the event, precautionary measures have been set in place by the organisers. Measures such as “your temperature will be recorded on arrival for everyone that enters the venue. Team members or guests confirmed to have a temperature of over 100.4°F will not be permitted access.
“Hygiene amenities including hand-sanitizing gels will be available at the registration desk and other convenient locations within the venue.
“Face covering is optional (but recommended) for all the delegates, visitors, exhibitors, contractors, and event staff during the entire event. Cleaning and sanitization of frequently touched surfaces and high traffic areas such as elevators and elevator buttons, escalator handrails and public restrooms.” dmg Events Nigeria reveals.