The Oil & Gas Year Nigeria 2020


The report features many articles and infographics, and dozens of interviews, most of which are exclusive to the report, including with:

“While we focus on growing production and reserves in the coming months and years, as well as in reducing the cost of producing in Nigeria, we remain convinced that gas represents a way to the future of the energy industry in Nigeria.”

Muhammadu Buhari, President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria

The Oil & Gas Year Nigeria 2020 is a special Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB) 10th anniversary edition, and has been produced in partnership with the NCDMB and the Department of Petroleum Resources.

The Oil & Gas Year Nigeria 2020 highlights the impact of the first 10 years of local content policy in Nigeria and the outlook for future capacity-building, as well as the oil and gas industry reforms targeted by President Muhammadu Buhari’s new administration and the projects championed by the key players of the Nigerian oil and gas value chain.

“Today, we are no longer spectators; we have developed capacity. We are operating at the epicentre of the oil industry.”

Chief Timipre Marlin Sylva, Minister of State for Petroleum Resources

The Oil & Gas Year Nigeria 2020 also features a pull-out map with updated ownership and operatorship data for Nigeria’s onshore and offshore Oil Mining Licences and Oil Prospecting Licences, the map is available separately here.

This seventh edition of TOGY’s Nigeria series provides the most updated in-depth analysis and comprehensive guidance on the Nigerian energy market. It underlines the key ongoing projects shaping the Nigerian energy value chain of the future and identifies the country’s untapped opportunities.

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In this report

  • President Nigeria Muhammadu BUHARI A new era in Nigeria

    Muhammadu BUHARI


    Federal Republic of Nigeria

    We remain convinced that gas represents a way to the future of Nigeria’s energy industry.
  • Simbi Wabote, executive secretary of the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB), Nigeria’s strength in the storm

    Engr. Simbi WABOTE

    Executive Secretary


    Indigenous players must be ready to capitalise on new opportunities and fill in the gaps left behind by internationals.
  • Co-operation and collaboration in Nigeria

    Engr. Sarki AUWALU

    Director and CEO


    We continue to encourage mutual collaboration among industry players.
  • Ese Avanoma, BRADE Group CEO Diversification and localisation in Nigeria




    The numbers clearly favour local production in Nigeria; it is the sensible and sustainable thing to do.
  • A clean energy champion in Nigeria

    Lanre RUNSEWE



    The idea is to be able to help people get rid of the old steel cylinders and substitute them with new composite ones.

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