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Amni International Overview

Tunde Afolabi

Tunde AFOLABI

Chairman and CEO

AMNI INTERNATIONAL PETROLEUM DEVELOPMENT COMPANY

Petrochemicals are easy to sell. It is easier to raise money when you have an offtake.
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Amni International in figures

Operated offshore blocks:3

P1 gas reserves (2018)96.3 bcm

Amni International

Gas-powered growth

Amni International is a gas-focused Nigerian E&P company that operates OML 112, OML 117 and OML 52 in Nigeria. Active since 1993, the company primarily produces from the Okoro field in OML 112, where it began production in 2008.

  • Ghana venture: The company holds a 90% stake in the deepwater Central Tano block offshore Ghana.
  • Funding boost: In 2018, Guaranty Trust Bank and Shell’s local arm agreed on a USD 270-million oil-backed loan to Amni International.

Amni has the largest gas reserves among Nigerian indigenous companies and is pursuing an integrated approach that involves building varied downstream facilities fed by its own production, including a refinery, a petrochemicals complex and a power plant.

Amni International features

Tunde Afolabi
Interview
Nigeria - November 28, 2018

Tunde Afolabi, the chairman and CEO of Amni International Petroleum, talks to TOGY about the company’s upcoming projects, the…

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