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About CPI

The Centre of Petroleum Information (CPI) is an educational, hydrocarbon-specific non-profit organisation established to pool expert knowledge and share value-adding information for the benefit of its members and the industry. Registered 12 December 2000, as an association "limited by guarantee," CPI is committed to "creating value through knowledge and network."

CPI aims to ultimately provide a one-stop shop for petroleum information.

CPI keeps its members informed about major developments and opportunities, in both the Nigerian and global petroleum industries through its journal, Petroleum Business Digest, its web site, www.petroinfonigeria.com, special publications, library and conferences, seminars and discussion groups.

Members enjoy a discount in all CPI activities.

BOARD OF GOVERNORS
    Chief Chambers Oyibo (Chairman)
    Afolabi Oladele (Dep. Chairman)
    Victor Eromosele (Secretary to the Board)
Other members are:
    Jim Reddy
    Dr Taiwo Idemudia
    Dr Arinze Agbim
    Godwin Omene
    Femi Abegunde
    Dr Andrew Uzoigwe
    Egbert Imomoh
    Les Blair

CPI Secretariat

ICON House
(8th Floor)
Idejo Street
Victoria Island
Lagos, Nigeria
Telephone:
+234 (0) 1 262 5986 (0) 1 791 9267
Fax:
+234 (0) 1 262 5986


 
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If Your Company is Active in The Petroleum Industry, Then, Subscribe to

Petroinfo-Online Corporate Information Service

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CPI Head Administration
Telephone:
+234 (0) 1 262 5986




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