First Lady of Gabon visits Gamba

Oct 20, 2015

As part of the “Pink October” campaign organised by her Foundation to promote early detection of breast and cervical cancer, the First Lady of Gabon, Sylvia Bongo Ondimba, visited Gamba on October 15. Upon arriving at Gamba Airport, she was greeted by local government representatives (the Prefect, the Chair of the Regional Council and the Mayor), the Minister for Urban Development and Housing, Désiré Guedon, and the P-DG of Shell Gabon, Godson Njoku.

Shell Gabon plays a successful role in the National Forum on Local Content

Jul 21, 2015

Shell Gabon took part in the National Forum on Local Content, staged by the Ministry of Oil and Hydrocarbons from 6 to 8 July 2015. The event brought together a broad spectrum of stakeholders (multinationals, SMEs from Gabon and others). Aims of the Forum included thinking about effective ways of promoting Gabonese businesses in the oil industry.

Celebrating 30 years since the discovery of the Rabi oil field

Jun 25, 2015

On 25 June 2015, Shell Gabon celebrated the 30th anniversary of the strike of oil at Rabi, the biggest onshore oil field ever discovered in sub-Saharan Africa. Gracing the occasion with their presence were Messrs. Etienne Ngoubou, Minister of Oil and Hydrocarbons, Gabriel Tchango, Minister of Commerce, SMEs, Crafts and Service Development, Henri Max Ndong Nzue, Managing Director of Total Gabon, Charles Tchen, board-member of Shell Gabon and Arnaud Engandji, presidential adviser.

Shell Entreprendre 2015 award ceremony

Mar 6, 2015

On Thursday February 26, 2015, Shell Gabon hosted the Shell Entreprendre Award Ceremony at its Libreville offices. Among the audience were Etienne Ngoubou, the Minister for Oil and Hydrocarbons; Simon Ntoutoume Emane, the Minister for Labour, Employment and Vocational Training; Jean Baptiste Bikalou, the President of the Chamber of Commerce; and a number of technical and financial partners

Shell Gabon signs contract with Gabonese company GM Energy

Feb 20, 2015

Shell Gabon’s Local Content Policy, officially launched on February 21, 2014, by Godson Njoku, the CEO and Country Chair of Shell Gabon, is designed to identify, within the supply chain, those projects, operations and opportunities for procuring goods and services that can be sourced through local companies.