Posted: November 14, 2019

Progressive TSL are proud to announce that from today they will be supporting the Nigerian Oil & Gas Business School through an exciting sponsorship initiative. This will provide full access to Energy Country Review, part of KeyFacts

Thursday November 14th

Students and staff at the Oil and Gas Business School will now be able to benefit from a comprehensive, up-to-date review of energy activity and upstream company profiles. They can access data across 144 countries from more than 2,200 continually updated ‘country-specific’ oil and gas company profiles.

Chris Walcot, CEO of Progressive TSL said of the sponsorship:

“From our office in Lagos, Progressive TSL works with many of the key upstream energy companies in the region including Seplat, Oriental and Svenska. Through this sponsorship initiative, we hope to support the development of the next generation of West African leaders in the energy sector”

Chris Walcot, CEO, Progressive TSL

Chris Pettit, CEO of KeyFacts Energy said of the initiative:

“In response to the challenge of creating awareness of this exciting industry to the next generation of geoscientists and engineers, we are delighted that Progressive TSL has agreed to sponsor access to the ‘Energy Country Review’ resource for students at The Oil and Gas Business School in Nigeria. Students reviewing the option of a career in the energy sector will now have access to continually updated country and oil, renewable and service company key data. In addition, users will have an opportunity to identify and research potential employers”

Chris Pettit, CEO, Key Facts Energy

The CEO and Rector of the Nigerian Business School, Mr Ofili, said that the sponsorship will offer students an up-to-date world view:

“At Oil and Gas Business School here in Nigeria, we recognise the importance of access to energy data and constantly changing scenario and volatility of the energy sector. It is our view that staff and students should not just be textbook and laboratory/ engineering scholars and trainees; but must be updated constantly with developments in the local and global energy – to remain equipped with relevant and innovative skills. Energy Country Review provides a perfect platform for this. We are proud and grateful to be associated with this initiative. We know it will be of immense benefit to us.”

Ofili, M.I., Rector/CEO, Oil and Gas Business School, Port Harcourt, Nigeria

About Progressive TSL

Progressive TSL is a business consultancy and solutions specialist dedicated to providing best-of-breed finance, supply chain and asset management systems for the energy sector. They are Infor Gold Channel Partners (SunSystems and Infor EAM) and IBM Silver Business Partners (Maximo). Progressive TSL has offices in London, Aberdeen and Lagos.

About the University   

1) The Oil and Gas Business School, is located in Port Harcourt, Nigeria with centres in Lagos, Abuja and Kano. It is a specialised institution that offers its students internationally recognised Bachelors and Masters degree programs in Oil, Gas, Environment and Alternative Energy Management – in conjunction with three international university partners – Business School, Netherlands [BSN], University of Nicosia, Cyprus [UNIC] and London School of Business and Finance [LSBF].

About KeyFacts Energy – Energy Country Review

The Energy Country Review service provides a concise, easy access guide to upstream energy in 140 countries, with a database that features 2,200 oil companies and 3,000+ key personnel.

Each of the Country reports provides an overview of historic, current and future energy activity. Core to the service are profiles of the key oil and gas players in a selected country. Their experienced team of researchers are continually accessing forward-looking data covering work programmes, operational activity, financial commitment and farm-in opportunities.

For more information, contact:

Alison Richards, Marketing & P.R.


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