[Part 1 of 5] – Introduction to the Oil and Gas Business in Nigeria

The information you are about to read about the oil and gas business will change your life forever. Am not just saying this, it’s a fact. Firstly, here’re some questions for you:

What is the secret to the success of the Top 20 richest people in Nigeria? Who are the Nigerian billionaires and how did they amass their wealth? What does it take to become a billionaire in Nigeria?

If the answer to any of these questions interests you, then you are going to be very pleased with the answers you’d read in this article because in our country with a population of over 170 million people…

…You are going to discover The Number One Business done by the Top 20 richest entrepreneurs in Nigeria and what this business is all about.

Here’s the list of Nigerian Billionaires and Top 20+ Richest People (Entrepreneurs) in Nigeria 

1. Alhaji Aliko Dangote – Dangote Group, (Manufacturing)
2. Mike Adenuga – Conoil (Oil & gas, Banking, Telecom)
3. Femi Otedola – Forte Oil and Gas (Oil & gas)
4. Folorunsho Alakija – Famfa Oil (Oil & gas)

5. Abdulsamad Rabiu – Bua Group (Oil & gas, manufacturing)
6. High Chief O.B. Lulu Briggs – Moni Pulo (Oil & gas)
7. Hakeem Bello Osagie – Etisalat Nigeria (Telecom)
8. Sani Bello – Amni Petroleum (Oil & gas)

9. Jimoh Ibrahim – (Insurance, transportation, Oil & gas)
10. Jim Ovia – Zenith Bank, Visafone (Banking, Telecom)
11. Alhaji Sayyu Dantata – MRS Group (Oil & gas, construction)
12. Oba Otudeko – Honeywell (Manufacturing, Oil & gas, telecom)

13. Pascal Dozie – MTN Nigeria, Diamond Bank (Banking, Telecom)
14. Raymond Dokpesi – Daar Communication, AIT, (Entertainment)
15. Tony Ezenna – Orange Group (Pharmaceutical, Oil & gas)
18. Ifeanyi Ubah – Capital oil and gas (Oil & gas)

19. Chief Ade Ojo – Distributor of Toyota cars (Auto retailing)
20.  Mohammed Indimi – Oriental Petroleum (Oil & gas)
21. Sir Emeka Offor – Chrome Group (Oil & gas, marine)
22.  Chief Arthur Eze – Atlas Oranto Petroleum (Oil & gas)

From the list above, what is the Number One Business done by Nigeria’s Top 20+ people? 

It’s the Oil and Gas business!

 This business has been responsible for making Millionaires, NO…Billionaires in dollars out of some lucky Nigerians but is now recently made available to the public and I’ll reveal how you too can have even if it’s a small 1% of the income gotten from the business with very, very little startup capital.

Infact, it’s the Brand New Oil & Gas business is a Simple business system that it made a 27 year old Delta State Boy Bank Over N800,000 Last month. Check YOUR email NOW To See Proofs And How To Meet With Him LIVE To Reveal His Secrets!

 But first, What Is The Oil And Gas Business?

 I know you have been waiting for this.

The Oil and Gas industry according to wikipedia.org  involves the global processes of exploration, extraction, refining, transporting and marketing petroleum products. 

Petroleum products are useful materials derived from crude oil. Crude oil is an extremely important energy resource which makes the world run and will for many years to come. 

There are numerous products made from petroleum, infact it would have been easier listing 10 items NOT made from crude oil than listing them. There are over 6,000 different products made from crude oil. No wonder people are Billionaires from this business. 

But Here’s A Tip of The Iceberg Of Products Made From Crude Oil:

Natural gas, Butane, Propane, Gasoline, Home heating oil, Plastics, Kerosene and jet fuel, Diesel, Fertilizer, Linoleum, Perfume, Insecticide, Petroleum Jelly, Soap, Vitamin Capsules, Ammonia, Anesthetics, Antihistamines, Artificial limbs, Artificial Turf, Antiseptics, Aspirin, Auto Parts, Awnings, Balloons, Ballpoint pens, Bandages, Beach Umbrellas, Boats, Cameras, Candles, Car Battery Cases, Carpets, Caulking, Combs, Cortisones, Cosmetics, Crayons, Credit Cards, Curtains, Deodorants, Detergents, Dice, Disposable Diapers, Dolls, Dyes, Eye Glasses, Electrical Wiring Insulation, Faucet Washers, Fishing Rods, Fishing Line, Fishing Lures, Food Preservatives, Food Packaging, Garden Hose, Glue, Hair Coloring, Hair Curlers, Hand Lotion, Hearing Aids, Heart Valves, Ink, Insect Repellant, Lip Stick, Milk Jugs, Nail Polish, Oil Filters, Panty Hose, Perfume, Petroleum Jelly, Rubber Cement, Rubbing Alcohol, Shampoo, Shaving Cream, Shoes, Toothpaste, Trash Bags, Upholstery, Water Pipes, Yarn etc

 

Nigeria’s Revenue From Oil and Gas Business!

Nigeria is Africa’s biggest oil producer with about 2.5 million barrels being produced a day. This makes them the number fourth world exporter of oil. Petroleum plays a large role in the Nigerian economy, accounting for 40% of GDP and 80% of Government earnings.

 In January  2014, according to CBN report, Nigeria made approximately N474.1 Billion Naira in oil revenue. Wouldn’t it change your finances forever if you can find a way into the Oil and Gas business?

 By March 2014, this oil and gas income increased to N689.1 Billion Naira in oil revenue according to CBN report.

Would you like to be among the privileged few who start their own N1m monthly oil and gas business without owning a petrol station?

 Well, you NOW Can.

 Its so simple, even a Delta State 27 year old boy banks over N1 Million Naira monthly from it and you will see how to meet him one-on-one to help you get started in your oil business in the Part 2 of this Oil and Gas Business training. 

Check your email tomorrow for the Part 2 of this series.

If you are in a hurry to know what this Oil & Gas business really is and How to get Started, Then Check your Email NOW For the Proof Website Link!

So I know you have lots of questions regarding this oil business. Please make a comment or ask your questions about it below.

Best regards,
Onome Maureen and Joke Enaks

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11 Responses to “[Part 1 of 5] – Introduction to the Oil and Gas Business in Nigeria”

  1. Please, Mrs Onome.How can I be part of this oil and gas buisiness?
    I am fully interested to join it with affiliate marketing.

  2. ALALAFIA TEMITOPE Reply August 23, 2014 at 9:40 am

    HOW CAN I GO ABOUT THIS BUSINESS

  3. How can I start this oil and gas business please?.

  4. WHATS THE MINIMUM STARTUP CAPITAL?WHATS THE PROCEDURE TO START?AM HIGHLY INTERESTED

  5. Want to be part of this

  6. how can i be part of this great programme.am in southeast of nigeria(ANAMBRA)

  7. Please how can you set me up for this business and what’s the minimum capital needed to me to start.

  8. what is the minimum capital require to start gas business in Nigeria?

  9. Want to know more.

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