Oil goliath, Chevron Nigeria Limited (CNL), administrator of Joint Venture (JV) between the NNPC and CNL (NNPC/CNL JV), says the flame that gutted its Ojumole Well No 1 has been put out.
Mr Esimaje Brikinn, the General Manager, Policy, Government and Public Affairs of Chevron Nigeria Limited, affirmed this in an announcement made accessible to newsmen on Monday in Warri.
It will be reviewed that the Ojumole Well 1 situated in Ugbo Kingdom, Ilaje Local Goverment territory of Ondo State was apparently gutted by flame on April 18, 2019.
Sources claimed that the office has been surrendered by the Chevron since 1998 because of mutual issues between the general population of Ilaje and the neighboring Ijaw/Arogbo people group.
As per the announcement, Ojumole field is in NNPC/CNL JV’s Western Niger Delta zone of its activities.
“CNL wishes to thank every one of the partners including the neighboring networks, Ondo State Government, administrative and security specialists that worked with the NNPC/CNL JV to guarantee that the fire occurrence, brought about by outsider impedance, was securely put out.
“Natural checking by licensed autonomous ecological advisors proceeds in the zone with help from administrative organizations.
“Our workers are likewise on location, while typical exercises are progressing in the region.
“CNL stays focused on the security of the networks and the earth in its territories of activity,” the announcement read.