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Case Studies

 

Proactive Community Development

Proactive Community Development

At Seven Energy, we pride ourselves on being proactive in our actions to improve our stakeholder community. The contributions made at the Health Centre, Ikot Ekpo in Calabar Municipal Council is a bold example of this – it started with a visit to the traditional leader in the town by one of our CSR team, who spotted the centre along the way. The centre is very community focused, providing general healthcare such as immunizations, treatment of minor ailments and maternity services to an area currently without a nearby by general hospital. 

Continued Support - James 1:27 Home

Continued Support - James 1:27 Home

Seven Energy has a long standing relationship with the James 1:27 Orphanage in Ikpa Town, Esit Eket, one of the local government areas of Akwa Ibom State, dating back from a chance meeting during a cycle ride in 2012. The home currently houses 51 children ranging from 1-16 years of age. Our commitment continues, and we are proud to unveil a fully refurbished set of skill acquisition rooms which have been named in honour of members of our team. 

Building A Working Culture of Sustainability

Building A Working Culture of Sustainability

Seven Energy has always prided itself on not just doing the right thing but being an influencer in the industry. Our ethos is not just for us – it’s imbibed by our partners as we all grow together, as has been the case with Evomec, one of our largest contractors. Our journey with them started in 2009, with the initial contract to upgrade the 69 km Uquo pipeline from Ikot Abasi to Esit Eket - a 69 km pipeline. The second project done with Seven Energy was to design and execute the building of the existing CPF facility. It has been a pleasure to watch them operate according to Seven Energy’s guidelines, going beyond the call of mere duty to truly invest in our project communities.
The Green Team Initiative

The Green Team Initiative

This is an innovative stakeholder engagement initiative from Seven Energy, to give ownership of maintenance of our pipeline project by including local community members in the maintenance of our right of Way (RoW). In a bid to ensure that our gas pipeline and associated Right of Way (“RoW”) are safe, accessible and kept clear, clean, and fully operational, the Green Team Initiative was launched in June 2015 and is currently running smoothly across over 100 communities on the Uquo - Ikot Abasi and ~ pipelines RoW. Over 200 youths across 17 LGAs have been engaged on a ‘call off’ basis via work orders, ensuring that Seven Energy’s RoWs are periodically and regularly kept safe and clear whilst ensuring that there is regular interface with Seven Energy’s communities.