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AITEO Innovates, Aiming Higher Oil Output for Nigeria

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Nigeria’s oil giant, AITEO, has initiated a unique crude oil transport method. This strategic move aims to enhance the oil sector, aligning with President Bola Tinubu’s increased production goals.

Founded by Benedict Peters, AITEO’s latest venture seeks to reactivate the underutilized Nembe Creek. They’re employing smaller tankers, a shift that promises to uplift the industry significantly. By transporting oil from inland sites to international markets, this model stands to improve production and bolster the forex market.

AITEO, having taken over a pipeline from Shell Plc in 2015, focuses on its revival. The company targets continuous oil flow through the Niger Delta, using smaller vessels. This method, involving coordinated ships, counters existing logistical challenges.

Industry experts praise this tactic, though it’s costlier. However, it strategically positions Nigeria amidst impending OPEC quotas. Besides, AITEO’s approach includes deploying the ‘Galilean 7,’ a crucial asset near the Brass terminal.

The Nigerian Ethnic Youth Leaders Council (NEYLC) lauds Peters for this savvy model. The group sees it as a solution to economic hurdles caused by production disruptions. They urged government agencies to support AITEO’s mission for swift achievement.

The NEYLC emphasizes this initiative’s potential impact. They align with President Tinubu’s vision, recognizing the model’s capacity to navigate economic issues arising from production dips.

Conclusively, this development marks a significant shift in Nigeria’s oil industry, promising a more stable economic outlook.

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