NNPC buys OVH Energy’s downstream assets


LAGOS: Nigeria’s state-owned oil company NNPC Ltd has bought the marketing business of unlisted OVH Energy, giving it access to 380 fuel stations in Africa’s largest oil producer and Togo, among other assets, the two companies say.OVH Energy Marketing, the owner and operator of Oando branded retail service stations, said the outlets would be rebranded NNPC and a full integration is expected by the end of 2023.

The deal also gives NNPC access to eight liquefied petroleum gas plants, three aviation depots and 12 warehouses.

NNPC, which became a commercial entity in July, already owns more than 500 fuel stations across Nigeria and said it would be ready for an initial public offering by mid next year. — Reuters

Article type: free
User access status:
Subscribe now to our Premium Plan for an ad-free and unlimited reading experience!
   

Next In Business News

Macau casino giants win licence renewals, Malaysia's Genting loses bid
Oil prices fall 2% as Chinese demand worries linger
China investors identify trigger points to buy
More than meets the eye in courier industry
Energy security is global priority in 2023
Asia’s richest man makes US$5bil bet to silence debt-obsessed critics
The crypto bubble of the worst kind
ESG in real estate gains traction
Poll: UK house price rally to end next year but no big crash seen
The rise and fall of FTX

Others Also Read