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Nestoil To Complete OB3 Gas Pipeline To East By March 2019 by BeautifulMind2: 3:13pm On Mar 20
Ernest Azudialu-Obiejesi, Chairman and Chief Executive of the Obijackson Group, parent of Nestoil Ltd, says that mechanical completion of the Oben Obiafu-Obrikom pipeline, a part of which the company is constructing, will be done by the end of March 2019 “and pre-commissioning and final commissioning much later in the year”.
Azudialu-Obiejesi told Africa Oil+Gas Report in a wide ranging interview: “We are at the most interesting and exciting part of the job. In the next few weeks, when we announce its completion; it would be one of the most interesting engineering achievements in pipeline construction in Nigeria.We are trying to get 48” sized pipeline under the River-Niger from the eastern part across the other part of the Niger, some 1.8km on the other side of the river”.

The company explains that there’s a host of challenges delivering the job, a crucial east – west pipeline meant to deliver gas from the rich reserves in the east of the country to the large markets in the west. The pipeline will help create some sort of a gas grid for the country. “It is the sheer scale and size and complexity of the river crossing and also the fact that you have a seasonal window to operate” that have made the construction work so onerous, Azudialu-Obiejesi explains. “Once the rain starts, you are unable to do any work in those areas and you find that you have huge equipment that can be submerged when the river overflows its bank. We also had security challenges. In January 2018, Nigeria’s security operatives killed one of the major militants in the Omoku area. Many Nigerians who may be aware of the project may not be aware that the main operating area of this militant and his associates was in Omoku and its environs, the same vicinity where a large percentage of Nestoil’s section resides. That was a major challenge but we are glad to announce that the worst is over as far as this project is concerned.

http://africaoilgasreport.com/2019/03/in-the-news/ob3-wed-complete-our-own-section-by-end-of-march-nestoil-declares/

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Re: Nestoil To Complete OB3 Gas Pipeline To East By March 2019 by BeautifulMind2: 3:14pm On Mar 20
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Re: Nestoil To Complete OB3 Gas Pipeline To East By March 2019 by BeautifulMind2: 3:19pm On Mar 20
Anambra state will soon experience massive industrial revolution

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Re: Nestoil To Complete OB3 Gas Pipeline To East By March 2019 by MxreR: 3:24pm On Mar 20
This is massive. This gas pipeline project will ignite full scale industrial revolution in Anambra. Nestoil you have done well, this is the true ''aku luo uno'' in a greater scale. Anambra has large reserves of gas, now marketing it to other states and outside Nigeria will become possible via this pipeline.

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Re: Nestoil To Complete OB3 Gas Pipeline To East By March 2019 by ANSMEDIA: 3:30pm On Mar 20
Welcome development.

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Re: Nestoil To Complete OB3 Gas Pipeline To East By March 2019 by BeautifulMind2: 3:31pm On Mar 20
MxreR:
This is massive. This gas pipeline project will ignite full scale industrial revolution in Anambra. Nestoil you have done well, this is the true ''aku luo uno'' in a greater scale. Anambra has large reserves of gas, now marketing it to other states and outside Nigeria will become possible via this pipeline.

Lalasticlala


It was delayed last year because of flood read below





Nestoil has attributed the delay in the completion of the East-West pipeline project to incessant rainfall, resulting in flooding of the operational areas.

The company’s Executive Director, Dr. Chukwueloka Umeh, said the pipeline project, also known as Obiafu, Obrikom, Oben (OB3) gas pipeline, was also impacted by militancy and the difficulty encountered in crossing the River Niger. He said that a delegation from the Vice President’s office, as well as from the Senate and the House of Representatives have inspected the project.

“They saw the challenges we faced and the level of work done and they were impressed and commended us,’’ he said. According to him, Nestoil’s part of the project has reached 87% completion. “We have finished the welding and are joining the spools and burying the pipes and expect to complete it by the first or second quarter of 2019, if the polity is stable considering that it is election year.”


The multi-million dollar OB3 gas pipeline is expected to increase domestic gas supply by two billion standard cubic feet per day (bscf/d) when it begins operation later in the year. At inception, the project was estimated to cost over $400 million.

Source: The Nation

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Re: Nestoil To Complete OB3 Gas Pipeline To East By March 2019 by BeautifulMind2: 3:48pm On Mar 20
Century Power plant Okija Anambra state

Obijackson Group and its subsidiaries. The Group is a major reference point in local content and has continued to deploy technology, delivering high quality services to companies across key sectors, ranging from oil and gas, construction, aviation and fabrication among others. In spite of the recession, the company is seeking to invest a minimum of $200 million over the next three years, in the construction of a power plant and in building a pipeline to convey gas to the power plants. Specifically, one of the subsidiaries, Century Power is building a modular power plant in Okija, Anambra State. The company plans to commence with a 465 megawatts (MW) module that would be scaled up ultimately to 2,000mw. A number of companies are already lining up to be hooked up to the power plant. In addition to building the power plant, the company also plans to build a 65 kilometers power pipeline that would be probably the first and only gas pipeline into the eastern part of Nigeria. The pipeline, which the company said would cost about $200 million, is going to be built from the OB3 pipeline, which is east to West in the Delta. The company said it would tap gas from that pipeline to Okija. The company said the pipeline would support the power plant and would also supply gas that would be piped into the eastern region. [b]“Imagine all the industries in the eastern part of the country that has no gas. [/b]Suddenly that opens up the opportunity for them to be more efficient by using gas instead of the generators and other methods of power supply that they get,” said Mr. Simeon Tor-Agbidye, Assistant General Manager, Group Business Development, Nestoil Limited. Another of the Obijackson subsidiary, Shipside Drydock has emerged as one of the foremost ship maintenance facilities in the region, with a submersible dry dock and maintenance facilities for electronics, instrumentation and mechanical among others. In particular, the company claimed that by July 2017, companies would no longer have the need to take any vessel less than 110 meters out of the country for repairs or anything, as by then, it would have fully developed its capacity to undertake large jobs in that regard. Energy Works Technology, another subsidiary, is a fabrication company, involved in fabricating process vessels, infrastructure such as platforms, gas gathering facilities, manifolds among others. The company recently fabricated some of the vessels for the topsides of the Egina Floating Production, Storage and offloading vessels at its yard at Abuloma, which is set for export to South Korea to be integrated on the main vessel. The company is also expanding its capacity into the fabrication of super duplex stainless steel, a kind of welding and fabrication that is required for subsea facilities. Scorpio Drilling, a crude oil drilling company, also recently acquired a rig and has secured a three year work programme for the rig. The company said the rig would be involved in drilling operations for Neconde, its exploration and production (E&P) Joint Venture (JV) with Nigerian Petroleum Development Company, NPDC, while it has adequate capacity to drill for other oil companies as well. Nestoil, the flagship company of the group is an Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Commissioning, EPCC, company engaged in pipeline and facilities construction. Two other subsidiaries, B&Q Dredging and Nesthak, a horizontal directional drilling company are currently engaged in a massive dredging project in Bayelsa State and in the laying of pipes under roads and rivers for the OB3 pipeline project respectively. Particularly, B&Q Dredging, a dredging company, helped in dredging the River Niger for the Second Niger Bridge project, while Nesthak is currently involved in helping to cross the Ase River in the OB3 pipeline project, with the River Niger, being the next target, a distance of 1,800 meters. Nesthak would be engaged to drill underneath the River Niger to pass the pipeline, so that it is not laid in the water. The subsidiaries cover quite a significant portion of the oil and gas value chain, providing a lot of value. All of the companies directly employ over 3,000 individuals, making them one of the biggest employers of labour in the private sector in the country today. As part of its survival strategies, Tor-Agbidye said the company is optimizing its processes so as to become very competitive and is also deploying more equipment and training people to be more efficient. He said, “All the operators are talking about low cost, high quality; but once we optimize, which is what we are doing now, we would become very competitive; we would have businesses. Even if oil price is $20, we are there; our services would be there for people. He said the company is moving its crude oil offshore to where it would be loaded, adding that if it does not produce and cannot move its crude, we cannot make money, so people get laid off and facilities get grounded. On its plans for the future, Mr. Chris Ijeli, Group Head, Business Development, Nestoil Limited, said, “For the future, the project that is upcoming is Zabazaba. It is ENI, Agip. That is an Eni-run project. It is the Zabazaba field. They are going to set up all the facilities, FPSO, subsea facilities, all of that. “We are currently in the bid stage of this. Everybody is turning in technical and commercial proposals and all of that. That is what is going to fill up the shops for the next few years. After that, they are a couple of other projects that would be coming up. Like there is the Bonga South West, there is Etan, there are several projects that are coming up in the future, but the next big thing is Zabazaba. Everybody is gearing up for Zabazaba.” In addition, Tor-Agbidye said, “Besides that, right here in the country, there are lots of projects, fabrication projects; there are lots of things that can be done. One mistake that we do most of the time is that we tend to focus on the oil and gas industry. “But there is a lot out there. Like you go to the bottling companies, they have pressure vessels, they have pipes, and all of those things. You see this, this is a steel roof. We can fabricate this. All of those structures that you see, the steel gates, we can do all of those things. You go the breweries; in fact we can do everything that has to do with fabrication. “With respect to pipelines, there is a masterplan of gas pipeline for Nigeria. If you go and look at the Nigerian Gas Master Plan, there are a lot of gas pipeline planned for Nigeria and these are high-value projects. There are several bids for these that are coming up over the next few years. Those should provide activity for the EPCC companies as well. “There is enough for everybody in the market right now. We are able to keep ourselves busy, keep developing, keep transferring knowledge, keep growing people, and keep growing capacity to help the rest of the region grow as well.”

Read more at: https://www.vanguardngr.com/2017/05/obijackson-driving-growth-technology-innovation/

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Re: Nestoil To Complete OB3 Gas Pipeline To East By March 2019 by nonsobaba: 3:50pm On Mar 20
Very good. The completion of the pipeline will bring accelerated progress on the 495MW Nestoil power station in Okija. Kudos must be given to Governor Obiano for giving a conducive environment to investors in anambra state. Proud to also say that the Nestoil boss is a strong chieftain of APGA who delivered his zone to our party in the recently concluded general elections.


Anambra leads, others follow.

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Re: Nestoil To Complete OB3 Gas Pipeline To East By March 2019 by Anago50000: 3:59pm On Mar 20
nonsobaba:
Very good. The completion of the pipeline will bring accelerated progress on the 495MW Nestoil power station in Okija. Kudos must be given to Governor Obiano for giving a conducive environment to investors in anambra state. Proud to also say that the Nestoil boss is a strong chieftain of APGA who delivered his zone to our party in the recently concluded general elections.


Anambra leads, others follow.
. Yyeske

Weldone

We are seeing ur good work
Re: Nestoil To Complete OB3 Gas Pipeline To East By March 2019 by eventsmallchops: 5:38pm On Mar 20
do you have so much work at hand and need extra hand? I'm available to work with you in any field at all for whatever you can offer, I'm tired of sitting idle , no room for depression , please mention me on here and I will be glad to work with you . Thanks

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Re: Nestoil To Complete OB3 Gas Pipeline To East By March 2019 by Englishgold: 5:40pm On Mar 20
May God help us. Igbo is known for hard work and not social media ranting.

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Re: Nestoil To Complete OB3 Gas Pipeline To East By March 2019 by biggerboyc(m): 5:40pm On Mar 20
Ok
Re: Nestoil To Complete OB3 Gas Pipeline To East By March 2019 by GoodGodmykeeper(m): 5:42pm On Mar 20
Good

CHECK MY SIGNATURE.
Re: Nestoil To Complete OB3 Gas Pipeline To East By March 2019 by Henry22(m): 5:43pm On Mar 20
Some pipo done they get hrt attack already...... grin

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Re: Nestoil To Complete OB3 Gas Pipeline To East By March 2019 by hucienda: 5:47pm On Mar 20
That line would be very key in that corridor.

Kudos to the team.

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Re: Nestoil To Complete OB3 Gas Pipeline To East By March 2019 by stanluiz(m): 5:47pm On Mar 20
The power plant will lead to massive industrialization in Anambra.

Nice one Nestoil.

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Re: Nestoil To Complete OB3 Gas Pipeline To East By March 2019 by InlandTaipan84(m): 5:48pm On Mar 20
BeautifulMind2:
Century Power plant Okija Anambra state

Obijackson Group and its subsidiaries. The Group is a major reference point in local content and has continued to deploy technology, delivering high quality services to companies across key sectors, ranging from oil and gas, construction, aviation and fabrication among others. In spite of the recession, the company is seeking to invest a minimum of $200 million over the next three years, in the construction of a power plant and in building a pipeline to convey gas to the power plants. Specifically, one of the subsidiaries, Century Power is building a modular power plant in Okija, Anambra State. The company plans to commence with a 465 megawatts (MW) module that would be scaled up ultimately to 2,000mw. A number of companies are already lining up to be hooked up to the power plant. In addition to building the power plant, the company also plans to build a 65 kilometers power pipeline that would be probably the first and only gas pipeline into the eastern part of Nigeria. The pipeline, which the company said would cost about $200 million, is going to be built from the OB3 pipeline, which is east to West in the Delta. The company said it would tap gas from that pipeline to Okija. The company said the pipeline would support the power plant and would also supply gas that would be piped into the eastern region. [b]“Imagine all the industries in the eastern part of the country that has no gas. [/b]Suddenly that opens up the opportunity for them to be more efficient by using gas instead of the generators and other methods of power supply that they get,” said Mr. Simeon Tor-Agbidye, Assistant General Manager, Group Business Development, Nestoil Limited. Another of the Obijackson subsidiary, Shipside Drydock has emerged as one of the foremost ship maintenance facilities in the region, with a submersible dry dock and maintenance facilities for electronics, instrumentation and mechanical among others. In particular, the company claimed that by July 2017, companies would no longer have the need to take any vessel less than 110 meters out of the country for repairs or anything, as by then, it would have fully developed its capacity to undertake large jobs in that regard. Energy Works Technology, another subsidiary, is a fabrication company, involved in fabricating process vessels, infrastructure such as platforms, gas gathering facilities, manifolds among others. The company recently fabricated some of the vessels for the topsides of the Egina Floating Production, Storage and offloading vessels at its yard at Abuloma, which is set for export to South Korea to be integrated on the main vessel. The company is also expanding its capacity into the fabrication of super duplex stainless steel, a kind of welding and fabrication that is required for subsea facilities. Scorpio Drilling, a crude oil drilling company, also recently acquired a rig and has secured a three year work programme for the rig. The company said the rig would be involved in drilling operations for Neconde, its exploration and production (E&P) Joint Venture (JV) with Nigerian Petroleum Development Company, NPDC, while it has adequate capacity to drill for other oil companies as well. Nestoil, the flagship company of the group is an Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Commissioning, EPCC, company engaged in pipeline and facilities construction. Two other subsidiaries, B&Q Dredging and Nesthak, a horizontal directional drilling company are currently engaged in a massive dredging project in Bayelsa State and in the laying of pipes under roads and rivers for the OB3 pipeline project respectively. Particularly, B&Q Dredging, a dredging company, helped in dredging the River Niger for the Second Niger Bridge project, while Nesthak is currently involved in helping to cross the Ase River in the OB3 pipeline project, with the River Niger, being the next target, a distance of 1,800 meters. Nesthak would be engaged to drill underneath the River Niger to pass the pipeline, so that it is not laid in the water. The subsidiaries cover quite a significant portion of the oil and gas value chain, providing a lot of value. All of the companies directly employ over 3,000 individuals, making them one of the biggest employers of labour in the private sector in the country today. As part of its survival strategies, Tor-Agbidye said the company is optimizing its processes so as to become very competitive and is also deploying more equipment and training people to be more efficient. He said, “All the operators are talking about low cost, high quality; but once we optimize, which is what we are doing now, we would become very competitive; we would have businesses. Even if oil price is $20, we are there; our services would be there for people. He said the company is moving its crude oil offshore to where it would be loaded, adding that if it does not produce and cannot move its crude, we cannot make money, so people get laid off and facilities get grounded. On its plans for the future, Mr. Chris Ijeli, Group Head, Business Development, Nestoil Limited, said, “For the future, the project that is upcoming is Zabazaba. It is ENI, Agip. That is an Eni-run project. It is the Zabazaba field. They are going to set up all the facilities, FPSO, subsea facilities, all of that. “We are currently in the bid stage of this. Everybody is turning in technical and commercial proposals and all of that. That is what is going to fill up the shops for the next few years. After that, they are a couple of other projects that would be coming up. Like there is the Bonga South West, there is Etan, there are several projects that are coming up in the future, but the next big thing is Zabazaba. Everybody is gearing up for Zabazaba.” In addition, Tor-Agbidye said, “Besides that, right here in the country, there are lots of projects, fabrication projects; there are lots of things that can be done. One mistake that we do most of the time is that we tend to focus on the oil and gas industry. “But there is a lot out there. Like you go to the bottling companies, they have pressure vessels, they have pipes, and all of those things. You see this, this is a steel roof. We can fabricate this. All of those structures that you see, the steel gates, we can do all of those things. You go the breweries; in fact we can do everything that has to do with fabrication. “With respect to pipelines, there is a masterplan of gas pipeline for Nigeria. If you go and look at the Nigerian Gas Master Plan, there are a lot of gas pipeline planned for Nigeria and these are high-value projects. There are several bids for these that are coming up over the next few years. Those should provide activity for the EPCC companies as well. “There is enough for everybody in the market right now. We are able to keep ourselves busy, keep developing, keep transferring knowledge, keep growing people, and keep growing capacity to help the rest of the region grow as well.”

Read more at: https://www.vanguardngr.com/2017/05/obijackson-driving-growth-technology-innovation/

There is already a Shell Gas pipeline to Aba,Abia state
Re: Nestoil To Complete OB3 Gas Pipeline To East By March 2019 by Amatarasha(f): 5:50pm On Mar 20
As a rep of lagos afonja_
Is because of the way they are hardworking that we hate them. Luk at every1 of them suceeding while we ar amala tout
We yorubas hate igbos
Almajiri suffering deaths n plague in d north hate igbos...
They no go rule nigeria because they fit turn nigeria to china.
Me: As we igbos no go rule ,Make hausa rule us for 2000 yrs is better grin

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Re: Nestoil To Complete OB3 Gas Pipeline To East By March 2019 by Ttipsy(m): 5:51pm On Mar 20
Anambra first
Re: Nestoil To Complete OB3 Gas Pipeline To East By March 2019 by gurnam: 5:57pm On Mar 20
Lol

The ultimate destination for the gas is still SW, the industrial capital of Nigeria

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Re: Nestoil To Complete OB3 Gas Pipeline To East By March 2019 by dokie: 6:03pm On Mar 20
Who would believe that obijackson was a semi illeterate trader (importer) in onitcha some 30 years ago.

Today, he is well read and runs one of the most successful businesses in the country.

The guy gather courage, and sure knows how to live the good life. Check out that building at akin adesola str. V.I.

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Re: Nestoil To Complete OB3 Gas Pipeline To East By March 2019 by Frankbaro(m): 6:05pm On Mar 20
[quote author=Amatarasha post=76831806]As a rep of lagos afonja_
Is because of the way they are hardworking that we hate them. Luk at every1 of them suceeding while we ar amala tout
We yorubas hate igbos
Almajiri suffering deaths n plague in d north hate igbos...
They no go rule nigeria because they fit turn nigeria to china.
Me: As we igbos no go rule ,Make hausa rule us for 2000 yrs is better grin[/quote

Good developmental project. Can we just appreciate this without making it tribal or insulting. By the way I'm Igbo too. Kudos to Obijackson.

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Re: Nestoil To Complete OB3 Gas Pipeline To East By March 2019 by Gotze1: 6:05pm On Mar 20
Amatarasha:
As a rep of lagos afonja_
Is because of the way they are hardworking that we hate them. Luk at every1 of them suceeding while we ar amala tout
We yorubas hate igbos
Almajiri suffering deaths n plague in d north hate igbos...
They no go rule nigeria because they fit turn nigeria to china.
Me: As we igbos no go rule ,Make hausa rule us for 2000 yrs is better grin
As if nestoi know your lineage existence. cheesy

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Re: Nestoil To Complete OB3 Gas Pipeline To East By March 2019 by PHIPEX(m): 6:08pm On Mar 20
dokie:
Who would believe that obijackson was an illeterate trader (importer) in onitcha some 30 years ago.

Today, he is well read and runs one of the most successful businesses in the country.
Now this is the best of the news to me, motivation to succeed beyond obstacles.

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Re: Nestoil To Complete OB3 Gas Pipeline To East By March 2019 by dokie: 6:09pm On Mar 20
PHIPEX:
Now this is the best of the news to me, motivation to succeed beyond obstacles.

You can say that again.
Re: Nestoil To Complete OB3 Gas Pipeline To East By March 2019 by bigpicture001: 6:14pm On Mar 20
....to distribute gals across d nation is not the issue.. .d problem is...can nigerians pay for the subsequent electricity bills..?

The country is very poor...it's citizens live under 2 dollar per day
Re: Nestoil To Complete OB3 Gas Pipeline To East By March 2019 by Ugosample(m): 6:38pm On Mar 20
bigpicture001:
....to distribute gals across d nation is not the issue.. .d problem is...can nigerians pay for the subsequent electricity bills..?

The country is very poor...it's citizens live under 2 dollar per day
That's a serious problem

Poverty is a serious concern in NIGERIA
Re: Nestoil To Complete OB3 Gas Pipeline To East By March 2019 by Xander85: 6:44pm On Mar 20
gurnam:
Lol

The ultimate destination for the gas is still SW, the industrial capital of Nigeria

If you know Igbos well, you’d know they’re not begrudging you supply of gas to the SW. All they want is a level playing field for all regions!

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Re: Nestoil To Complete OB3 Gas Pipeline To East By March 2019 by skales67: 6:47pm On Mar 20
Gotze1:
As if nestoi know your lineage existence. cheesy

So e pain you?

He may not know his existence but the benefits of the project will benefit his family directly or indirectly and same with other Igbos. The monetary gains will not go into only one political god father's pocket like one who is in the SW with brown teeth and mouth odor. grin

See clue below...

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Re: Nestoil To Complete OB3 Gas Pipeline To East By March 2019 by Honor10: 7:10pm On Mar 20
Amatarasha:
As a rep of lagos afonja_
Is because of the way they are hardworking that we hate them. Luk at every1 of them suceeding while we ar amala tout
We yorubas hate igbos
Almajiri suffering deaths n plague in d north hate igbos...
They no go rule nigeria because they fit turn nigeria to china.
Me: As we igbos no go rule ,Make hausa rule us for 2000 yrs is better grin

wtf is this?
ur mother must be regretting giving back to u, Tufiakwa!
Re: Nestoil To Complete OB3 Gas Pipeline To East By March 2019 by hesilo(m): 7:11pm On Mar 20
Oilserv Limited is part of this project too. I'm proud to witness.

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Re: Nestoil To Complete OB3 Gas Pipeline To East By March 2019 by BeautifulMind2: 7:19pm On Mar 20
hesilo:
Oilserv Limited is part of this project too. I'm proud to witness.
Both are sons of the soil

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