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NOSDRA not prevented from investigating explosion site — AITEO

LAGOS—CONTRARY to media reports, oil company, Aiteo Eastern Exploration and Production Company, AEEPCo, did not stop National Oil Spill Detection and Response Agency, NOSDRA, from investigating the fire incident at its oil well in Nembe, Bayelsa State on March 1, new evidence suggests.
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Pinnick hails Aiteo over African football development

The Vice-President of the Confederation of African Football, Amaju Pinnick has commended leading oil and energy firm Aiteo Group for its immense contributions to the development of African football.
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Aiteo, NCDMB, Total get awards

Aiteo, NCDMB, Total get awards

The Aiteo Group has won declared Indigenous Oil and Gas Company of the Year. This was at the  Nigerian Oil and Gas (NOG) Awards held in Abuja. The gala and awards night rounded off the Nigeria Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibitions organised by  London-based CWC Group. NOG is Nigeria’s yearly oil and gas industryRead More
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Aiteo Wins Three Awards at Guardian Oil & Gas Roundtable

Aiteo Wins Three Awards at Guardian Oil & Gas Roundtable

Nigerian energy giant, Aiteo group has emerged winner in three different categories at the Guardian Oil & Gas Roundtable and Awards, recently held in Lagos. The Aiteo group was adjudged and awarded winner in the following categories: Oil & Gas CSR/Sustainability Company of the Year (Upstream), Oil and Gas Company of the Year (Upstream Indigenous)Read More
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Aiteo reaffirms paying Super Eagles $50,000 for un-replied goals

Aiteo reaffirms paying Super Eagles $50,000 for un-replied goals

As part of efforts to further spoil the Nigerian national football team, the Super Eagles, to victory at the ongoing World Cup tournament in Russia, the team sponsor Aiteo Group has reaffirmed its pledge to reward the team with $50,000 (N18 million) for each goal scored by them without a respond from the opponents.
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