Shell, Ardova Recommit To Energy Sector Productivity

Shell, Ardova Recommit To Energy Sector Productivity

In a bid to boost energy sector productivity, Shell International has partnered with Ardova Plc to launch the inaugural Power Conference, aimed at fostering dialogue around productivity and competitiveness in the industry.

The Shell Power Conference, themed “Powering Nigeria’s Industries – Enhancing Productivity and Competitiveness,” was recently held in Lagos.

A statement from the firm noted that the conference addressed the role of energy solutions in enhancing productivity and driving growth within the Nigerian business landscape.

According to Shell, the conference stems from the strategic partnership between Ardova and Shell, underscoring their commitment to advancing Nigeria’s energy sector and economic development.

The event united leaders, policymakers, and experts to explore innovative energy solutions for Nigeria’s challenges and opportunities.

In his opening speech, the Group Executive Chairman of Ardova, Abdulwasiu Sowami, emphasised the importance of creating a platform for discourse on energy sector solutions among key stakeholders.

Sowami said, “The conference serves as a nexus for experts and stakeholders to readdress the pressing challenges facing the Nigerian power sector.

“It underscores the critical need for collaborative approaches to drive industrialization for growth and development. Our vision is to promote power as a national aspiration by meticulously designing and recognizing key opportunities to provide adequate results.”

Ardova’s Managing Director, Moshood Olajide, added, “Ardova is committed to fostering innovation and sustainability. The conference provides an invaluable platform for collaboration and knowledge-sharing, essential for driving progress in our industry.

“We are excited to participate in discussions that will shape the future of energy and look forward to the opportunities that arise from this esteemed gathering.”

The Regional Sales Manager for Africa and European markets at Shell International, Samir Mahgoub, said the firm was excited to collaborate with Ardova in its bid to advance sustainable energy solutions across Nigeria and the West African market.

According to Mahgoub, this is an opportunity to exchange ideas and explore innovations to drive the energy transition.

He noted that Ardova was an authorised distributor of Shell lubricants in Nigeria and, through innovative solutions, sought to improve productivity and enhance competitiveness for businesses in the country.

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