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Oil and Gas Industry - Jobs in Nigeria and Career Opportunities in Nigeria

Key Jobs in Nigeria resource: Oil is the mainstay of the Nigerian economy as oil exports accounts for 95% of total export earnings. 


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Here is a directory of organizations in this strategic sector that provide career opportunities:

No. 10 Bishop Aboyade Cole street, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria 

Tel : 234-1-2610631, 2614277, 2613238



gip Nigeria PLC 

National Agip Oil Company Limited
Operator of the NNPC / NAOC / Phillips Oil Joint Venture

Nigeria Agip Oil Co. Ltd

PC 23 Engineering Close, Victoria Island
Lagos, Nigeria
Tel: 234-1-2613862, 2613884, 26221107

Chevron Nigeria Limited

Operator of the NNPC / Chevron Joint Venture
2, Chevron Drive
Lekki Peninsula,
P.M.B. 12825, Lagos, Nigeria

Elf Petroleum Nigeria Limited (EPNL)
leading Oil and Gas exploration and production company and a subsidiary of Total Group.


Mobil Producing Nigeria Unlimited
Mobil House
1, Lekki Expressway, Victoria Island
P. M. B. 12054
Lagos, Nigeria  

Linkso Nigeria Limited
293 Akin Olugbade street
Victoria Island
Lagos, Nigeria
Tel: 234-1-2616615, 2622330 
Fax: 234-1-2623375, 2616818, 2627911 
Email: linkso.lagos@linksong.com 

Service provider for the Nigerian oil and gas industry 


National Association of Independent Petroleum Exploration Companies
180, Moshood Olubgani Street,
Victoria Island Annex,
Lagos, Nigeria.

Nigeria LNG (Liquified Natural Gas) Limited (NLNG)

Nigeria LNG Limited
Nigeria LNG is a joint venture company owned by the Federal Republic of Nigeria represented by the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Shell Gas B.V, TotalfinaElf and Agip. 

Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) 
NNPC Towers, Herbert Macaulay Way, Central Business District Garki, 
FCT - Abuja, Nigeria 
Phone: +234-9-523-9141 Fax: +234-9-234-0029. 
NNPC - Opportunities  

Nigeria Petroleum Development Company Ltd (NPDC) 
62/64, Sapele Road,
P.M.B 1262,
Benin City Edo State, 
Tel: 234-52-251907, 2518
Fax: 234-52-259514, 255498 

Nigeria Petroleum Development co. Ltd


Oando Plc  www.oanoplc.com 
emerged Nigeria's second largest company in the downstream sector of
the oil industry 
Careers at Oando http://www.oandoplc.com/careers.htm 

Oando jobs recruitment careers@oandoplc.com

Oil and Gas Career Opportunities Oil&Gasvacancy@oandoplc.com 


Paradigm Geophysical (Nigeria)
Block 15, Plot 23 Admiralty Way
Lekki Phase 1
Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria
Tel: 2708471-3
Fax: +234-1-270-8469 

Schlumberger Oilfield Services
17/19, Idowu Taylor Street
Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria
Tel: 234 1 2615275, 2612681, 2619200, 2614442, 2612679
Fax: 234 1 262 3669 

Shell Nigeria

Shell Nigeria Exploration and Production Company Limited (SNEPCO)

The leader in Nigeria's Oil and Gas Sector
Shell Nigeria - Jobs & Career Opportunities 

Texaco Nigeria PLC
8 McCarthy Street
Lagos, Nigeria 
Tel: 234-1-2600540-9 

Total Nigeria PLC
Total House
4 Afribank St, Victoria Island
Lagos, Nigeria 
Tel: 234-1-2621780-3
Fax: 234-1-262-1810

Total Upstream activities are carried out by three subsidiaries companies in Nigeria, EPNL and TUPNI for oil/gas and Total LNG Limited for gas. 
a subsidiary of Total, the fourth largest multi-national group worldwide


United Geophysical (Nigeria) Limited
Nigerian Office
7 Remi Fani Kayode Avenue
G.R.A. Ikeja
Tel: +23 (0)1 496 0701
Fax: +23 (0) 1 493 4892
Email: lagos@unitedgeophysical.com


The company specializes in land, swamp and transition zone 2D, 3D and 4D seismic data acquisition.

Nigerian Petroleum Exchange (NipeX)


An electronic one-stop transaction centre that improves on value procurement in the industry and institutionalize a world-class contracting process in Nigeria.
No. 30, Oyinkan Abayomi Drive (former Queens Drive)
Ikoyi, Lagos
Tel: +234 1 7731135, 7937911, 4615110 


Society of Petroleum Engineers (Nigeria Council)
# 4 Moscow Road
P. O. Box 4668
Port Harcourt, Nigeria
Tel: 234-84231138, 234-8037940204
E-mail: spenigeria@spemail.org, spenigeria@hotmail.com, adoa_spenc@yahoo.com 
Web site: http://www.spenigeria.spe.org 

Opportunities in Nigeria - Networking, Jobs, Careers

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October 8, 2008


Dada Adeolu kayode of Ibadan says:



Software Awareness and marketing

I believe there should be a forum or organization that can help standardize local software. after which they actively participate in the necessary marketing of such software for the developer.
i believe this kind if initiative would encourage people to be more creative. fo the past 1 year, i've been unemployed and has taken my time to deploy a very good package but yet haven't sold one. 



September 23, 2008


Samuel Omolola Edema of Lagos says:



I know we are moving slowly but steadily too... we will get there. We are a new ICT programme on TV. We will promote any Nigerian software developer. 



February 6, 2008


Agoye Olorunfemi from

Akure, Ondo State Nigeria says:



We can get there!!!

Interesting write up. I believe if we can collectively stand up to the occasion, the breakthrough in the software world is definite in Nigeria. Relevant bodies should provide opportunity for software development to grow in Nigeria. We can get there. Keep it up!



November 8, 2007


Ibukun Adeagbo from

Lagos says:



It's a nice article. And I am such a person that have passion for developing software someday. On the other hand, I hope someday Nigerian software developers can come together to work as a team instead of individuals so as to enhance the security of our softwares as it is done in other parts of the world. Keep it up!



September 23, 2007


Augustine Kumbur from Abuja says:



It's great to have this quality information for me it is a breakthrough in the IT world. Thank you.



May 8, 2007

Makrand from G-28 city center 452001 India says:



We are a software solution provider looking ahead to work in Nigeria. The information provided in the article is adequate.  



Mar 28, 2007

Olanrewaju  from Lagos says:



LET THE FIRE KEEP BURNING! On your article on software Nigeria you have done a great thing to my aspiration in that respect.Your effort happens to be one of those that are eye opener. Thank you very much.  



Mar 28, 2007

Godpower Azuonwu from Johannesburg, South Africa says:



This article came to me at the right time. It's quite encouraging. I am doing some Software Development courses, and has always thought of how to develop made-in-Nigeria software. I beseech the relevant orgs and bodies to create an opportunity for software development to grow in Nigeria.  



Mar 22, 2007

Ganiy M. from Port Harcourt says:



We need to take software serious or we will be left behind. Thanks for the warning.  



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