Recognition and Awards
Shell Companies in Nigeria have received numerous awards in recognition for their contribution to the country’s social and economic development.
Sustainability Enterprise and Responsibility Awards (SERAs): Shell Companies in Nigeria awarded “Best in Climate Action” for the Afam VI Power Plant.
SNEPCo was named the “Best Nigerian Oil and Gas Company in Technology and Innovation” at the Nigerian International Petroleum Summit (NIPS). SNEPCo won the award for pioneering in-country subsea tree refurbishment. This was the first time in the Nigerian oil and gas industry that a subsea tree was fully stripped down and refurbished locally with its original functionality restored.
Petroleum Technology Association of Nigeria (PETAN) names SPDC “Local Content Operator of the Year”, marking the third time Shell Companies in Nigeria have won the PETAN award.
Shell Companies in Nigeria were also awarded the “Best Performing International Company in Technology and Innovation” at the first Nigeria International Petroleum Summit, which included recognition of their role in local capacity development and Nigerian content.
Jobberman report names Shell Companies in Nigeria the “Best Company to Work For”. Shell led the pack of top 100 companies that respondents admire, respect and desire to work for the most.
Petroleum Technology Association of Nigeria (PETAN) awards Shell Companies in Nigeria “Local Content Operator of the Year” at the 2019 Annual Oil Industry Achievement Awards.
SPDC won the 2019 Nigeria Oil and Gas Conference (NOG) Excellence Award presented to a member of the Nigerian Oil and Gas value chain with the most positive commercial or technical contribution to the industry.
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Nigeria’s oil and gas resources can power a diverse economy, expand domestic industries and increase the prosperity of its people. In 2019, Shell Companies in Nigeria paid about $1.5 billion in taxes and royalties to the Nigerian government.
Nigeria is a core part of Shell’s global oil and gas business. For more than 60 years, Shell has worked in partnership with the Federal Government of Nigeria, local and international companies, investors, contractors and communities to develop the country’s oil and gas sector.