KSG. He is a leading figure in the Nigerian Petroleum Industry,
having held a number of high profile positions therein. He
was the Managing Director Phillips Petroleum Company operations
in Nigeria, before retiring to found Dubri Oil Company, Nigeria's
first indigenous Oil and Gas producing company, of which he
is the current Chairman/Managing Director. He was also a one
time Chairman of the NNPC. He is supported on the Board by dynamic Directors.
He is supported in the Board by other dynamic Directors who
Engr. Joe Anyigbo FNSCHE, FNSE,
MBA, joined the Board of Multinational Technologies
after disengaging from Chevron where he held a vast portfolio
of responsibilities for over 31 years and retired as Executive
Chief Anyigbo is a recipient of the Nigerian National Productivity
Merit Award (2001) in recognition of his pioneering contributions
in Natural Gas utilization projects, marginal fields development,
deepwater fields development and inter regional/infrastructural
development projects. In these capacities he supervised, trained
and mentored a lot of engineers, earth scientists and IT people
for over two decades.
Izarene Z. Aret-Adams
obtained her training from Upton General
Hospital, Slough Buckinghamshire (1963) and Western District
Hospital Glasgow in l964. She worked briefly with the Delta
Clinic, Port-Harcourt (l966-1967) before joining Shell Clinic,
Ogunu, Warri in l971 and thereafter worked with Industrial
Gases Limited, Lafia Hospital, Conveyance Nigeria Limited
and the Dr. Offong Clinic for many years before she retired.
Timothy Oluwole Farinre studied Electrical
and Electronics Engineering in the United States of America.
He holds a Bachelor of Science degree (Highest honors) from
the University of Pennsylvania, a Masters degree from Princeton
University and finally a Doctorate degree from the University
of Pennsylvania. After working for a number of years at the
David Sarnoff Research Centre of RCA Corporation, he returned
to Nigeria in December 1970 to join the Information and Computer
Services function of the Shell Petroleum Development Company
of Nigeria Limited. He has held several senior positions for
Shell in Nigeria, United Kingdom, Oman and The Netherlands.
From 1984, he was the Information and Computer Services Manager
for Shell in Nigeria until January 1993 when he became Information
Technology Manager combining responsibilities for the Computing
and Telecommunications functions, a position from which he
retired in August 1993.
Akin Opeodu is a fellow of the Chartered Institute
of Certified Accountants and Chairman Mutual Benefits Assurance
Plc. He is presently the CEO of VT Leasing Limited. With a background in finance
and lately insurance, he sits on the Board of several other
companies in addition to being a Director of Multinational
Engr. Godwin Omene studied Minning Engineering in Imperial College of Science and Technology London. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree (first class honours) and distinction in Post Graduate Diploma of Membership of Imperial College (DIC - Petroleum Reservoir Engineering). He was DMD, Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) and also served in several positions for Shell Western and Eastern Division. He sits on the Board of several other companies in addition to being a Director of Multinational Technologies Limited.