NNPC is an integrated Oil and Gas Company, engaged in adding value to the nation’s hydrocarbon resources for the benefit of all Nigerians and other stakeholders in the sector.
NNPC Contact Address
NNPC Towers, Central Business District,
Herbert Macaulay Way,
P.M.B. 190, Garki, Abuja.
Please fill out the contact form below or e-mail us at email@example.com
NNPC Website…. www.nnpcgroup.com
NNPC Scholarship: Please contacts the corporate Head Office on the Address Provided above for further enquiries.
List Of NNPC Subsidiaries
NNPC Pensions Limited
THE SIX JOINT VENTURES INVOLVING FOREIGN OWNED OIL COMPANIES ARE OPERATED BY THE FOLLOWING COMPANIES IN THE OIL UPSTREAM SECTOR:
Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Limited (SPDC):
|A joint venture operated by Shell accounts for more than forty percent of Nigeria’s total oil production (899,000 barrels per day (bpd) in 1997) from more than eighty oil fields. The joint venture is composed of NNPC (55 percent), Shell (30 percent), Elf (10 percent) and Agip (5 percent) and operates largely onshore on dry land or in the mangrove swamp.|
Chevron Nigeria Limited (CNL):
|A joint venture between NNPC (60 percent) and Chevron (40 percent) has in the past been the second largest producer (approximately 400,000 bpd), with fields located in the Warri region west of the Niger river and offshore in shallow water. It is reported to aim to increase production to 600,000 bpd.|
Mobil Producing Nigeria Unlimited (MPNU):
|A joint venture between NNPC (60 percent) and Mobil (40 percent) operates in shallow water off Akwa Ibom state in the southeastern delta and averaged production of 632,000 bpd in 1997, making it the second largest producer, as against 543,000 bpd in 1996. Mobil also holds a 50 percent interest in a Production Sharing Contract for a deep water block further offshore, and is reported to plan to increase output to 900,000 bpd by 2000. Oil industry sources indicate that Mobil is likely to overtake Shell as the largest producer in Nigeria within the next five years, if current trends continue.|
Nigerian Agip Oil Company Limited (NAOC):
|A joint venture operated by Agip and owned by NNPC (60 percent), Agip (20 percent) and Phillips Petroleum (20 percent) produces 150,000 bpd mostly from small onshore fields.|
Elf Petroleum Nigeria Limited (EPNL):
|A joint venture between NNPC (60 percent) and Elf (40 percent) produced approximately 125,000 bpd during 1997, both on and offshore. Elf and Mobil are in dispute over operational control of an offshore field with a production capacity of 90,000 bpd.|
Texaco Overseas Petroleum Company of Nigeria Unlimited (TOPCON):
|A joint venture operated by Texaco and owned by NNPC (60 percent), Texaco (20 percent) and Chevron (20 percent) currently produces about 60,000 bpd from five offshore fields.|
NNPC Gas Production
NNPC’s vision is to make Nigeria the leading Liquified & Natural Gas (LNG) producing nation in the world and to promote sufficiency in the domestic power supply.
We intend to acheive this goal by monitoring the commercialization of Nigeria’s abundant natural gas reserves, reducing gas flaring, promoting viable LNG projects, power plants and associated gas projects.
The Federal Government has set the following objectives for NNPC as regards Gas production:
- To monitor and expedite the commercialization and the development of Natural Gas for Domestic and Export markets
- To protect the Federal Government interest in LNG & IPP ventures
- To monitor and support all LNG and Independent Power Plants (IPP) ventures
- To support NNPC Human Resource capacity building
- To work towards achieving and sustaining “zero” flaring of Associated Gas
- Promote the Nigerian Contentinitiative