On Tuesday, January 23, President Tinubu met with the leadership of Chevron Corporation, an energy corporation, at the State House.
This was reported by the Special Advisor to President Tinubu on Information and Strategy, Bayo Onanuga, on his official X page.

He wrote in the caption of a photo he posted: “A team of Chevron chiefs led by Clay Neff, president of Chevron International Exploration and Production (CIEP) met with President Bola Ahmed Tinubu on Tuesday at the Villa.

He said: “Neff came with Rick Kennedy, the outgoing chairman and CEO of Chevron Nigeria, and his successor Jim Swartz. Chevron, which has been operating in Nigeria for the last 60 years, is one of the largest suppliers of natural gas to the domestic market.

“Among its investment initiatives is the development of the 700km West African Gas Pipeline (WAGP), in partnership with ECOWAS, through which Nigeria supplies gas to Benin, Togo, and Ghana.

“Chevron is interested in partnering with our country in developing our oil and gas resources, leveraging the tremendous human capacity in the country.

“President Tinubu thanked the team for the visit and its social investments in 600 communities, where it operates.

“He noted that Chevron’s gas projects are good for our country and climate change. He asked for a strengthening of the relationship, adding: “Nigeria is interested in investment for growth.”



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