Orientation/Registration program for newly admitted 2019/2020 students will be held at the Centre on Monday 17 February, 2020 to Friday 21 February 2020.
CPEEL Special Seminar Series Titled “Allocation and Acquisition of Shares under the Petroleum Industry Governance Bill: Social, Economic and Legal Implications.”
By: Professor Emeka Duruigbo
Thurgood Marshall School of Law,
Texas Southern University,
United States of America
Date: Thursday August 24, 2017
Time: 12:00 PM
CPEEL Special Seminar Series Titled “Developing Nigeria’s Local Gas Market”
By: Engr. Fisoye Delano,
President & CEO
Delphi Ventura Group, United States of America
Date: Wednesday August 16, 2017
The orientation programme for the 2016/2017 Academic Session starts on Monday, 20th February 2017 thru Thursday, 23rd February 2017.
The Program is as scheduled below;
1. Day One (Monday, 20 February 2017) all new students are expected to be seated by 11:40am
2. Day Two to Day Four (Tuesday 21 February to Thursday 23 February, 2017) all students are expected to be seated by 9:45am and by 4:45pm for the Cocktail Party.
All new students are kindly advised to be punctual.
Professor Yinka Omorogbe will bring her experience to bear when she discusses strategies for the distribution of wealth from Petroleum and other Extractive Industries in CPEEL’s Special Seminar Series scheduled for the 28th of August, 2014. Professor Omorogbe is a legal practitioner with degrees from the University of Ife, Nigeria and the London School of Economics and Political Science. She was until recently, the Company Secretary and Legal Adviser of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC). She was also a former Dean of the Faculty of Law, University of Ibadan, Nigeria.
The seminar paper which will be presented by Engr. (Dr) Ayodele Afolabi Esan of Resharn Ltd, Abuja, will discuss renewable energy technologies trend from the viewpoints of economics, world markets for renewable energy etc. It will also critically assess the utilization of natural resources that produce no air pollution or greehouse gases for sustainable and inclusive development.
The seminar is aimed at helping students develop their Communication and Presentation Skills.