IESL had a good showing at the recently concluded 38th NAICE SPE conference that held at Eko Hotel between on the 5th -8th August, 2014. The theme for this year’s event was Africa’s Energy Corridor: Opportunities for Oil and Gas Value Maximisation through Integration and Global Approach. It was an opportunity to discuss industry issues with like minds, network and also interact with students and professionals in the Engineering and Petroleum fields as well as showcase our recent work and endeavours.

NAICE which is the acronym for Nigeria Annual International Conference and Exhibition is organized on behalf of the SPE (Society for Petroleum Engineers) Sections in Nigeria by the Nigeria Council.
Over the years NAICE has grown to become the largest upstream Oil and Gas event in Africa. It holds annually in Nigeria and attracts industry practitioners at all levels, as well as key stakeholders. It has continuously served as one of the industry’s opportunity to learn, debate and challenge ideas to chart the right course towards a sustainable future for the industry.

Below are some of the photographs from the event.