End to Oil Theft in Nigeria as Huawei Develops Technology to Stop Crude Theft in Nigeria

End to Oil Theft in Nigeria as Huawei Develops Technology to Stop Crude Theft in Nigeria

  • Nigeria may soon see an end to oil bunkering and theft going by the development of technology that detects pipeline vandalism
  • Chinese Technology giant, Huawei said it has come up with the solution that will reduce, if not eliminate oil theft in Nigeria
  • The company's Director in Nigeria, Li Wei said the company is ready to support Nigeria's digital transformation drive

Nigeria may soon see an end to oil theft which contributes it not meeting her Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) quota.

Huawei, the network gear-making company has said it has developed an intelligent pipeline monitoring system to help track crude oil theft.

What Huawei is saying

The Director of Huawei Nigeria Enterprises Business, Li Wei said this at a press briefing during the Nigerian International Energy Summit on Tuesday, March 1, 2022, in Abuja, the News Agency of Nigeria reports.

According to Wei, Huawei will go on to support the digital transformation of Nigeria’s oil and gas industry through the development of tech solutions.

Huawei develops anti-oil theft technology in Nigeria
Huawei develops anti-oil theft technology in Nigeria
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What the top official is saying

The Huawei chief said that the fibre vibration warning system used in the development of the technology uses artificial intelligence to identify scenarios acrurately.

Wei said with the high identification precision and accurate positioning, quick response, the technology will help ensure that pipeline safety is ensured and vandalism reduced.

The Huawei Director the company will provide high-quality ICT solutions and services as well as help Nigeria in building a talent pool.

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Source: Legit.ng

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