Di Govnor of California, Gavin Newsom, don appoint one Nigerian, Uduak-Joe Ntuk, as di State Oil and Gas Supervisor, im go dey responsible for managing di Division of Oil, Gas and Geothermal Resources (DOGGR).
Di News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) don tok dat DOGGR dey use science and sound engineering practices to regulate di drilling, operation and permanent closure of energy resource wells.
Di division don prioritises protecting di public and di environment for di oversight of di oil, natural gas and geothermal industries wey dey for di largest state for America.
A statement wey dey come from di governor’s office tok say Ntuk don serve as di Petroleum Administrator for di City of Los Angeles wey b di second largest city for di United States of America.
“For Los Angeles, im dey responsible for oversight and policy of oil fields, gas storage facilities, petroleum refineries and pipeline franchise agreements.
“Prior to joining di city of Los Angeles, e don work for many companies, including Tyco, General Electric and Chevron.
“As a technical professional wey im b, with both public and private sector energy experience, e don provide technical advice give di Mayor, City Council, and various City Departments,” na for governor’s office dis tok dey come from.
e com add dat Ntuk, b strong believer for Nigeria and im potentials, don expressed im will to share im expertise to further develop di Nigerian petroleum industry and di possibilities of building a mutually-beneficial relationship with the state of California.
“A Nigerian-based Oil and Gas Consulting Company dey explor di possibilities and don initiate discussions wey concern building a business relationship between di Nigerian oil and gas industry and the state of California through Mr Ntuk.
“Im b di first Nigerian-American wey don hold dis position for California’s history and im family come from di Port City of Calabar, Cross River State,” tok dis statement.
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