The Chief Executive Officer of Dreg Waters Petroleum & Logistics Ltd., Damilola Owolabi, will receive the 7th Global Women Petroleum & Energy Club Award for Africa at the 23rd Africa Oil Week/Upstream Conference which comes up from October 31-November 4, 2016 in Cape Town, South Africa.
The award is given in recognition of rising and significant role of women, in global oil, gas and energy, in key roles. Global Women Petroleum & Energy Club is part of the suit of clubs and networks of Global Pacific & Partners, a leading advisory firm in the world upstream industry, established over three decades ago, with distinctive portfolio.
The Clubs and Networks act to connect corporate and state players, to facilitate critical industry interests and deal flow in the global upstream, providing unique global networking forums and allied social programmes for companies, governments and national oil companies within the worldwide industry and across the value chain.
As a respected brand with trusted reputation, it is built on a global track record in global oil, gas and energy. Established in 2001, it launched two major conferences, one on Women and Energy in Africa, which held in Johannesburg, and another on Global Women in Oil and Gas, which held in London.
“In 2002, the Club published the path-breaking report, ‘Women Executives in Global Oil, Gas and Energy’, and was the pioneer of championing the interests of women in geoscience, management and at board level within the worldwide oil, gas and energy.”
Dreg Waters, which is run by Damilola Owolabi, is dedicated to helping clients secure licenses and permits for oil & gas operations in Nigeria, clearing of petroleum products into the country, leasing of marine equipment and supplying of manpower labour to organisations.
Widely known for her undaunted passion to deliver value-adding services that promote oil and gas businesses in Africa, Damilola takes pride in the
capacity of her company to provide clients with all the necessary
information, documentation, products and manpower labour they need for successful operation.
The award conferment is coming on the heels of her efforts to make business swifter for the sector players in Nigeria. She leads a vibrant team at Dreg Waters that seamlessly ensure that all necessary documents required by sector players from the appropriate authorities are: correct, up-to-date and given priority treatment.