TOTAL IN NIGERIA
TOTAL as a group is active in the whole value chain of oil and gas: upstream, midstream and downstream. In line with our Committed to Better Energy ambition, Total downstream launched the first solar-powered service station in West Africa, Total service station, Onigbagbo on June 12, 2014. The construction of this service station is part of efforts towards providing energy solutions that are efficient and environmentally friendly.
The company has been serving the Nigerian hydrocarbons industry for more than half a century, in partnership with the Nigerian Government and in different equity associations with other private companies.
The Upstream activities of Total in Nigeria
Total E&P Nigeria Limited TEPNG, an affiliate of TOTAL S.A., has operated in the upstream sector of the Nigerian hydrocarbon industry for more than 55 years and has added over 3.6 billion barrels of oil equivalent to Nigeria’s production to date.
Incorporated in Nigeria in 1962, TEPNG has maintained strong and steadfast partnerships with the Nigerian Government, the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) and several indigenous companies, in developing the country’s hydrocarbon industry.
TEPNG operates and holds a 40% interest in the NNPC/TEPNG Joint Venture, producing oil and natural gas from several onshore and shallow water concessions. TEPNG also has a 15% interest in Nigeria LNG, which currently operates 6 LNG liquefaction trains on Bonny Island. In addition, TEPNG has non-operated interests in the SPDC-operated joint venture (10%), the Bonga field (12.5%) and the Usan field (20%). Another Total affiliate, Total Upstream Nigeria Limited (TUPNI), operates the Akpo and Egina fields in OML 130 deepwater lease.