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  • About Integrated Oil & Gas »

    Integrated Oil & Gas Limited vision was incorporated in 1998 as a spin-off from its parent company, Genesis Worldwide Shipping (GWS), the ship owning/vessel chartering arm of the corporate group, to offer an integrated, one-stop shop to consumers in the downstream sector of the Nigerian Petroleum marketing industry.

  • Our Services »

    The tank farm facility has been developed as a commercial compliment to the statutory function distribution of the NNPC in regard to the strategic requirement for storage and of petroleum energy factors to consumer nationwide. The tank farm has an in-built storage capacity of approximately 85 million liters and is fully licensed by the…

  • Equipment & Infrastructure »

    At Integrated Oil and Gas, we have added a brand new fleet of 30 Mack Trucks to our already existing fleet with the aim of delevering products on time and at a more affordable inland freight cost. All our trucks and drivers are insured, licensed, and bonded, which adds additional protection and peace of mind to the end-buyer.




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Genesis Global Aviation (“GGA” or “The Company”) is a limited liability company incorporated in January 2015 and set-up up for the provision of aviation services across Nigeria and the West African region.

The Company is a subsidiary of the Genesis Worldwide Shipping Group, born out of the identification of an overwhelming need for a first class aviation outfit to provide services to the upstream Oil & Gas sector in Nigeria and indeed the West African region.


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“We usually find gas in new places with old ideas. Sometimes, also, we find gas in an old place with a new idea, but we seldom find much gas in an old place with an old idea. Several times in the past we have thought that we were running out of gas, whereas actually we were only running out of ideas.”

Port Harcourt Refinery was projected to boost the nation’s local refining capacity with a product yield of five (5) million litres of petrol per day, while Warri Refinery would contribute about 3.5 million litres of petrol to local refining capacity.

Port Harcourt refinery has already raised its operational capacity to about 60 per cent of its 210, 000 barrels per day (bpd) capacity, while production at Warri refinery was projected to hit 80 per cent of installed 125,000 bpd capacity.

Resumption of refinery activity “will significantly improve the supply of petroleum products in the country.”

The 80-90 per cent resumed production of the 30-year-old refinery is equivalent to 3-5million liters of petrol, which is 150 trucks of 30,000 liter capacity truck per day.

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