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Oladapo Lawal



Oladapo LAWAL, Deputy General Manager, DW Engineering Construction & Projects (Total Upstream Nigeria)

After obtaining a Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical Engineering from Ahmadu Bello University in Nigeria, Oladapo Lawal began his professional career in 1989 as an instrument maintenance engineer at Halliburton Energy Services Group Following that, he worked for Shell in several engineering and operations positions for 14 years.

Oladapo joined Total in 2006 as Electrical & Instrumentation Department Manager. From 2010 to 2013, he worked as an instrumentation specialist at our French headquarters. He then returned to Nigeria, where he is now Deputy General Manager, Deepwater (DW) Engineering, Construction & Projects. His responsibilities include all brownfield modification works and major repairs on our Nigerian deepwater assets.

He is a member of the Nigeria Society of Engineers (NSE), theCouncil for Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN) and the Instrument Systems and Automation society (ISA).

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