Nature of Business

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) is the representative of the Nigerian government in both the upstream and downstream oil industries of the country. NNPC was formed in 1977 through the merger of the Nigerian National Oil Corporation and the Ministry of Petroleum Resources. NNPC is involved with oil and gas exploration and production, refining and petrochemicals. It is active in the transport and marketing of crude oil and its derivatives, and also has a role in natural gas processing. The Corporation comprises a group of self-contained companies which are active in a wide variety of productive and service areas. It has six functional directorates which supervise the eleven principal businesses which form part of NNPC.

General Information
Organisation Type/Location: Parastatal in Nigeria
Nick name/Abbrev.: NNPC
Previous Name: Nigerian National Oil Corporation (NNOC)
Business Sector(s): Oil and Gas – National Oil Companies
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has a share in: Pipeline and Products Marketing Company Ltd, Nigeria
has a share in: Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Ltd (55%) – Lagos, Nigeria
has a share in: West African Gas Pipeline Company Limited (25%) – Accra, Ghana
has shareholder: Nigeria LNG Ltd (49%) – Lagos, Nigeria
Facilities
has a share in: Aghigo Field – Oil Field in Nigeria
has a share in: Apoi North Funiwa Field – Nigeria – Oil Field in Nigeria
has a share in: Asasa Field – Oil Field in Nigeria
has a share in: Benin River Field – Oil Field in Nigeria
has a share in: Bonga Field – Nigeria – Oil Field in OPL 212, Nigeria
has a share in: Delta Field – Nigeria – Oil Field in Nigeria
has a share in: Edop Field – Nigeria – Oil Field in Nigeria
has a share in: Inda Field – Oil Field in Nigeria
has a share in: M’Bede Field – Oil Field in Nigeria
has a share in: Meji Field – Oil Field in Nigeria
has a share in: Meren Field – Nigeria – Oil Field in Nigeria
has a share in: Middleton Field – Oil Field in Nigeria
has a share in: Obagi Field – Nigeria – Oil Field in Nigeria
has a share in: Obama Field – Oil Field in Nigeria
has a share in: Obiafu Field – Oil Field in Nigeria
has a share in: Obodo Jatumi Field – Oil Field in Nigeria
has a share in: Okan Field – Nigeria – Oil Field in Nigeria
has a share in: Okpoko Field – Oil Field in Nigeria
has a share in: OML – 49 – Nigeria – Onshore Concession in Nigeria
has a share in: OML – 50 – Nigeria – Offshore Concession in Nigeria
has a share in: OML – 51 – Nigeria – Onshore Concession in Nigeria
has a share in: OML – 52 – Nigeria – Onshore Concession in Nigeria
has a share in: OML – 53 – Nigeria – Onshore Concession in Nigeria
has a share in: OML – 54 – Nigeria – Onshore Concession in Nigeria
has a share in: OML – 55 – Nigeria – Onshore Concession in Nigeria
has a share in: OML – 89 – Nigeria – Offshore Concession in Nigeria
has a share in: OML – 90 – Nigeria – Onshore Concession in Nigeria
has a share in: OML – 91 – Nigeria – Onshore Concession in Nigeria
has a share in: OML – 95 – Nigeria – Offshore Concession in Nigeria
has a share in: OML 100 – Nigeria – Offshore Concession in Nigeria
has a share in: OML 102 – Nigeria – Offshore Concession in Nigeria
has a share in: OML 104 – Nigeria – Offshore Concession in Nigeria
has a share in: OML 57 – Nigeria – Onshore Concession in Nigeria
has a share in: OML 58 – Nigeria – Onshore Concession in Nigeria
has a share in: OML 68 – Nigeria – Offshore Concession in Nigeria
has a share in: OML 69 – Nigeria – Offshore Concession in Nigeria
has a share in: OML 70 – Nigeria – Offshore Concession in Nigeria
has a share in: OML 83 – Nigeria – Offshore Concession in Nigeria
has a share in: OML 84 – Nigeria – Offshore Concession in Nigeria
has a share in: OML 85 – Nigeria – Offshore Concession in Nigeria
has a share in: OML 86 – Nigeria – Offshore Concession in Nigeria
has a share in: OML 87 – Nigeria – Offshore Concession in Nigeria
has a share in: OML 88 – Nigeria – Offshore Concession in Nigeria (60%)
has a share in: OPL 212 – Nigeria – Offshore Concession in Nigeria
has a share in: OPL 221 – Nigeria – Offshore Concession in Nigeria
has a share in: Oshi Field – Oil Field in Nigeria
has a share in: Oso Unam Field – Nigeria – Gas Field in Nigeria
has a share in: Pennington Field – Oil Field in Nigeria
has a share in: Port Harcourt Petroleum Refining Company – Complex Oil Refinery
has a share in: Port Harcourt Petroleum Refining Company (PHRC) – Complex Oil Refinery in Port Harcourt, Nigeria
has a share in: Robertkiri Field – Oil Field in Nigeria
has a share in: Sengana Field – Oil Field in Nigeria
has a share in: Soku Field – Nigeria – Oil Field in Akuku-Toru, Nigeria
has a share in: Ubit Field – Nigeria – Oil Field in Nigeria
has a share in: Upomami Field – Oil Field in Nigeria
has a share in: Warri Refinery – Complex Oil Refinery in Warri, Nigeria
Projects
owns: Amenam/Kpono Field Development – Nigeria
owns: Bonga Field Development – Nigeria
owns: Escravos gas to liquid plant project, Nigeria (25%)
owns: Oso Natural Gas to Liquids Development – Nigeria
owns: Soku Field Development – Nigeria (55%)
owns: Yoho oilfield – Nigeria
Industry Activities by Country
Crude Petroleum and Natural Gas Extraction – Nigeria
The NNPC is Nigeria’s state operated gas, oil and petroleum controlling entity, with several production sharing agreements from oilfields throughout the country.
Directors/Managers
Group Managing Director: Mr F Kupolokun (Funsho)
Group Executive Director -Finance: Mr U Ogali
Group Executive Director – Refining & Petrochems: Mr OAR Oladele (Afolabi)
Group General Manager – Crude Oil Marketing: Dr T Idemudia

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