An End of Year Messsage from the CEO (2015)

I would like to thank all our clients and friends for your most valued support during the last 12 months. It has been a year of transition and change for the company, it has been a year of change, we have also continued our commitment to supporting our clients through continuous innovation and development of the Phoenix Energy’s technologies and applications.

In our busy year of growth and change, particular highlights have included several partnerships and collaborations including those with Fike Corporation, Williamson Corporation, KAM Controls Incorpration, Dynamic Flow Computers Incorporation, AP Sensing, International Fog Incorporation and the successful completion of a number of projects, including on-going work with TEPNG.

We are also celebrating a momentous occasion, with Phoenix Energy being 10 years old this coming year, 2016. Three of the original team still provide the heart and soul of the company, and I personally want to thank Abdul Gimba, Peace Francis and Monday Emmanuel for their hard work in the prior 10 years leading up to this up coming anniversary. Commercially, we hope to finish next year strongly, and have shown growth despite the doom of Nigeria economy of 2015. As we plan events, launches and improvements for 2016 we certainly hope to continue that progress regardless of the price of crude oil, when others are fearful, we would be hopeful, we would diversify and adapt to survive and grow in 2016 despite all predicted odds. We very much appreciate your continued and on-going support, and look forwards to a successful 2016 as we work with you, our valued partners, clients and employees.

Wishing you a happy and healthy holiday season.

Tajudeen Adeniji
Managin Director/CEO
Phoenix Energy Nigeria Limited
December 29, 2015

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