Heritage Energy Operational Services Limited, HEOSL, operator of Oil Mining Lease OML30 has embarked on the construction of several projects in its host communities.
The company said that it has begun to execute “quick-win” infrastructural projects across its host communities in Delta state worth millions of naira. Mr. Funkakpo Fufeyin, Manager, Government/Community Relations, HEOSL, who stated this at a town hall stakeholders’ meeting with 24 host communities in cluster 10, at Agbarho, also said that Heritage will maintain a good relationship with the host communities of OML30.
“As Heritage, we are business-minded, to profit in a peace, friendly environment, to generate revenue for the federal, state and local governments.
‘’And the major beneficiaries are the host communities in OML30. Also, we are holding all communities very important to our operations, we shall work together and benefit together”. Fufeyin explained that Heritage is determined and ready to review its group memorandum of understanding, GMoU with the host communities and develop more profitable corporate social responsibility to benefit the host communities.
Earlier, the chairman of Cluster 10, Mr. Ibuje Joe, appealed to Heritage to revive the moribund multi-million naira Shell-farm at Oviri-Agbarho to create more employment and ensure food security in line with the Federal Government’s agricultural policy.
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