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Lagos Oil Club

Article - December 12, 2012
Lagos Oil Club brings greater understanding to a complex sector. The organisation holds monthly round table discussions with prominent leaders of the petroleum industry
Because of an increasing interest in the petroleum industry in Nigeria, Humphrey Onyeukwu and Feso Bright took it upon themselves to found the innovative Lagos Oil Club, a non-profit association for people interested in learning about the numerous angles of the energy sector as well as network. The organisation is especially directed at lawyers intent on gaining a better understanding of the intricacies of this complex sector.

The Lagos Club gives monthly speeches and round tables with high-profile heavyweights in the petroleum industry. In recent months the organisation hosted a question and answer session with Per Magnus Nysveen, a senior partner at the Norway-based oil and gas consultancy firm Rystad Energy. The following month Kola Karim, CEO and Group Managing Director of Shoreline Energy International, a leading energy company in sub-Saharan Africa, gave a presentation.

This wide variety of eminent speakers allows for the Lagos Oil Club to gain a global perspective, increasingly essential to understanding the current oil and gas sector.

In fact, the two founders modelled their club after a similar existing institution in Scotland after both had lived and studied in the United Kingdom. 


lawal lukman olabode
21/12/2012  |  11:17
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Lagos oil club are not carrying we graduate along with there serminal is that we graduate don't have future in the lagos oil club ?