PTI congratulates some of her own


The Management, staff, and students of Petroleum Training Institute (PTI) Effurun, Delta state through their official Twitter handle has sent out congratulatory messages to some of her staff.

The Petroleum Training Institute is a specialized institution saddled with the responsibility to train indigenous manpower to keep pace with the technical and administrative demands of the oil and gas and other allied industries in Nigeria and Africa at large.

Many individuals and organizations are beneficiaries of the training opportunities offered by the institute, which include specialized training and courses.

The congratulatory message was sent to the following individuals mentioned below as they were appointed as sub-committee members to the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) NAICE conference.

NAICE is the acronym for Nigeria Annual International Conference and Exhibition which is organized on behalf of the SPE Sections in Nigeria by the Nigeria Council.

Sarah Nwinee, Ph.D.

Head, Research Coordinating Unit, Directorate of R&D, Petroleum Training Institute (P.T.I.), Nigeria.

Frank C. Egede

Mr. Frank is currently the chairman of SPE section 104 Warri and also the Secretary for SPE Nigeria council. he has many years of selfless service to his name.

Dr. Adegbite M.A

A one time chairman of SPE section 104, with many years of selfless service for SPE.

Dr. Akpovi Ominike

Dr. Akpovi is known for his efficiency and effective manner of providing IT solutions, vast in his experience in implementing and supporting ICT infrastructure.

Below is the official tweet from Petroleum Training Institute.

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