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WORLD BANK AFRICAN CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE FOR OILFIELD CHEMICALS RESEARCH(CEFOR ). BY PROFESSOR OGBONNA F. JOEL CENTRE LEADER, (CEFOR), UNIPORT. ACE Launch May 2014. CONTENT. Development Challenge Addressed by CEFOR Academic and Research Programs Regional Student Plan

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WORLD BANK AFRICAN CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE FOR OILFIELD CHEMICALS RESEARCH(CEFOR)

BY

PROFESSOR OGBONNA F. JOEL

CENTRE LEADER, (CEFOR),

UNIPORT

ACE Launch May 2014


CONTENT

  • Development Challenge Addressed by CEFOR

  • Academic and Research Programs

  • Regional Student Plan

  • Industry/Sector Partnership

  • Sustainable Financing Plan

  • Implementation Arrangements

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DEVELOPMENTAL CHALLENGES ADDRESSED BY CEFOR

Currently, billions of dollars are spent annually in importing oil field

chemicals for oil and gas activities in Africa, but the raw materials for these

chemicals are readily available locally.

  • Development of OILFIELD CHEMICALSfrom local raw materials

  • Human capacity development for the Oil and Gas Industry in Africa

  • QA/QC of locally manufactured oil field chemicals

  • Strengthening university-industry research collaborations

  • Environmental sustainability using Global Best Practices

  • Job creation through Local Content actualization

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IPS MODEL: UNIVERSITY-INDUSTRY PARTNERSHIP

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ACADEMIC PROGRAMS BEING OFFERED IN MSC/PHD

RESEARCH AREAS

DEGREES TO BE OFFERED

Oilfield Chemicals

Biofuels

Petroleum Studies

Environment Studies

Engineering Applications in Oilfield Chemicals

M.SC/Ph.D in Petroleum Engineering

M.SC/Ph.D in Chemical Engineering

M.SC/Ph.D in Sciences

M.SC /Ph.D in Environmental Mgt & Technology

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KEY ACTIVITIES TO ATTRACT REGIONAL STUDENTS

  • Awareness campaign

  • State-of-the art learning environment

  • Modular course structure, weekly examinations

  • International joint degree

  • Active Industry intervention in programme life cycle

  • Exposure to high intensity and diversity of lecturers/mentorship.

  • IFP(40% ), Nigerian universities(40%), Industry(20%)

  • Programme not affected by strike actions

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KEY CEFOR PARTNERS

  • UNIVERSITIES

  • IFP School, France

  • University of Abomey-Calavi, Benin Republic

  • University of Mines and Tech, Tarkwa, Ghana

  • University of Wits, South Africa.

  • African University of Technology(AUST)

  • Other Nigerian Universities

    PROFESSIONAL BODIES

  • Society of Petroleum Engineers

  • Nigerian Society of Engineers

  • Nigerian Environmental Society

  • Nigerian Institute of Management

  • Nig. Institute of safety professionals (NISP)

  • (NREP, USA)

  • MULTINATIONALS (IOC)

    • TOTAL E&P Nigeria Ltd.

    • SHELL

    • AGIP Oil

    • FUGRO

      INDIGENOUS (LOC)

    • AFREN

    • LASER

    • Emerald Energy Resources Ltd.

    • POCEMA

    • KEEDAK

    • ANSETT

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    ACTIVITIES FOR EXTERNAL GENERATED REVENUE

    • Competitive research grants from donor agencies

    • Students sponsorship

    • Research contracts, consultancy services from industry

    • Revenue from capacity building and short courses

    • Tuition fees

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    KEY ACTIVITIES TO ACHIEVE THE QUALITY BENCHMARKS (DLIS)

    • Competitive student selection process

    • Applied research relevant to industry

    • Multi-disciplinary approach to research

    • Use of experts in the various fields

    • Internship /industry participation

    • Accreditation of the Centre programmes

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    KEY SELECTED DISBURSEMENT LINKED INDICATORS (SELECTED DLIS)

    • 40 PhD students in 1st year with 30% regional and 30%female.

    • 100 MSc students in 1st year with 30% regional and 30%female.

    • 20 published articles in peer reviewed journals with 30% being co-authored regionally in the 1st year.

    • Gap assessment and international accreditation

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    SUCCESS FACTORS/INNOVATIVE FEATURES OF CEFOR

    • Partnering with regional universities and industry to undertake a collaborative research in oilfield chemicals and petroleum studies

    • Producing industry- ready graduates.

    • Building human capacity for oil and gas industry in the African Region

    • Working with local producers of oil field chemicals to enhance their research capabilities and produce high quality products

    • Partnering with industry/investors for commercialization of research outcomes.

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    SUSTAINABILITY PLAN

    • Research grants from grant-making agencies and bodies.

    • Collaboration with companies for research/students sponsorship

    • Research contracts from companies

    • Consultancy Services

    • Capacity Building Training

    • Charges from short courses and workshops

    • Budgetary allocation from the University

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    IMPLEMENTATION ARRANGEMENT

    • A Steering Committee with the Vice Chancellor as Chairman

    • Administrative leadership by the Centre Director

    • A dedicated procurement officer for the project

    • A dedicated project account /finance officer for effective financial mgt

    • Monitoring and Evaluation Officer for the project

    • A dedicated audit /ethics committee for the project

    • Research administration by the University Centre for Research Mgt

    • QA/QC of the project by the University Directorate of QA/QC.

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    THANK YOU FOR LISTENING

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