PST Targets Nigerian Oil Concern

(PRWEB) September 14, 2005

In January 2005, the Oil and Gas Journal estimated that Nigeria contains proven oil reserves totalling 35.2 Billion barrels. The Nigerian government plans to expand its proven reserves to 40 Billion barrels by 2010. Security concerns will continue to plague the oil industry in Nigeria; hence it is inevitable that the Nigerian government will continue to make investments in technologies and companies that secure this infrastructure.

In 1971, Nigeria joined OPEC and the Nigerian National Oil Corporation was established (NNOC), later becoming the NNPC in 1977. Nigeria is a member of OPEC and is its 12th largest producer.

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PST Ltd. is a global security and technology firm covering the oil & gas industry. The company has offices in the major oil producing regions around the world. PST is an international firm built by veteran oil industry engineers and provides vital technologies to the oil & gas industry. By developing and licensing cutting edge technologies, PST delivers a cost effective solution for securing infrastructure facilities such as oil pipelines, gas pipelines, oil exploration facilities, oil refineries, nuclear power plants, electrical power plants, water treatment plants and government facilities.

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