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IoD Harps on Effective Stakeholders’ Collaboration for Successful Implementation of PIA

With the federal authorities proposing an 18 month extension for the implementation of the Petroleum Trade Act (PIA), the president, Institute of Administrators (IoD) has emphasised on efficient collaboration from all stakeholders within the oil and fuel trade to make sure the profitable implementation of the PIA.

Certainly, stakeholders within the trade have referred to as on the federal authorities to make use of the proposed 18 months extension to hunt qualitative enter from all involved for the Act to see the sunshine of day after implementation.

The president, Institute of Administrators (IoD), Dr. Ije Jidenma, said that each one arms have to be on deck to handle the challenges arising with the implementation of the PIA).

Jidenma gave the recommendation on the IoD Nationwide Stakeholders’ Discussion board on The Petroleum Trade Act (PIA) 2021, with the theme: ‘’Petroleum Trade Act, Governance and the Investor’
She nevertheless said that numerous stakeholders have expressed issues over sure provisions of the PIA, mentioning that the issues signify various pursuits of stakeholders, which, they declare might inhibit the profitable implementation of the Act.

The Managing Accomplice, ENR Advisory, Mr Gbite Adeniji, stated the PIA framework was very new and would take a couple of years for the specified governance tradition to emerge.

Adeniji, noting that the improvements, regulatory framework and roles of the PIA had been clearer, nevertheless, said that the businesses of presidency weren’t impartial.

“The thoughts of the nation isn’t sufficiently settled round governance and the difficulty is much less in regards to the regulation than in regards to the tradition of governance in Nigeria,” he stated.

Additionally talking, Chairman, Power Institute of Nigeria, Mr. Osten Olorunsola, stated the Act addressed the numerous overhaul mandatory in space of governance, uptake of latest applied sciences, fiscal competitiveness, downstream operations and group inclusiveness.

“The endgame of a well-implemented PIA could be a well-managed petroleum sector, institutionalised by good governance, and ease of doing enterprise,” he stated.

On her half, the Deputy Managing Director, Falcon Company, Mrs Audrey Joe-Ezigbo, stated the PIA would ship a powerful sign of the optimization and construct up of the petroleum worth chain. Supply: ThisDay

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