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TotalEnergies, Caverton Marine, others shortlisted for The Maritime and Offshore Award

Caverton Marine, TotalEnergies, Sifax Group, African Circle, Apapa Bulk Terminals and Lekki Free Port Terminal are some of the organisations shortlisted in the corporate category of the Maritime and Offshore Award (The OMIS) 2023.

Chief Executive Officer of The OMIS, Femi Da-silva disclosed in a Thursday statement.

He said that Bourbon Interoil Nigeria Limited, International Register of Shipping, ABS,  ENL Consortium, Samsung Heavy Industries, Chevron Nigeria, TotalEnergies, APM Terminals, Plus Petroleum, DESMI, were other frontline organisations shortlisted.

Da-silva stated that the organisations were nominated by leading stakeholders in the maritime and offshore industries and shortlisted by the Award Organising Committee after a rigorous vetting exercise that examined their credentials against set criteria.

Da-silva explained that the final shortlisted awardees would be honoured at The OMIS Gala slated for September 23 at the Lagos Oriental Hotel to coincide with the World Maritime Day (WMD), which is marked the same month.

According to him, the award event will feature exciting side attractions including an exhibition and panel discussion along the theme of this year’s WMD.

In the same vein, Da-silva said, Posthumous awards will be presented in memory of two late industry leaders, namely Otunba Kunle Folarin, a former Chairman of Nigerian Ports Consultative Council (NPCC) and former Chairman of the National Seafarers Welfare Board (NSWB), and Mrs. Margaret Orakwusi, former Chairman of Shipowners Forum and former Chief Executive Officer of Morbod Group.

The OMIS 2023 IS sponsored by Prime Atlantic Safety Service, Hybrid Group, Global Wealth University and SafetyPlus.

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