Oil Well Owners in Nigeria: Full List (2019)

Arguably, Nigeria is the largest oil producer in Africa and the 6th in the world. On average, the country produced about 2 million barrels of crude oil in a day. This volume of oil produced daily in Nigeria is produced majorly in the Niger Delta region of the country that constitute just about 7% of the total land mass of the country.

With this, you need no one to tell you that most of the oil blocks are located in the Niger Delta region, the part known as south-south geopolitical zone. However, some states in the south east and south west are also oil producing.

In all, the oil producing states are Akwa Ibom, Delta, Bayelsa, Rivers, Edo, Ondo, Imo, Abia and Lagos. The production is not evenly distributed. Akwa Ibom, Delta, Rivers and Bayelsa account for 90.1% of the oil produced, making them the top producers of oil in the country

According to a former Chairman of the Senate Committee on Business and Rules, Senator Ita Enang, 83 per cent of oil blocks in the country are owned by northerners. How truth is that? For political reasons, some people believed him then. The question nobody asked him then is how possibly can that be when 88 percent of the oil blocks are owned by multinational corporations.

This article lists out the names of owners of oil wells in Nigeria this 2019.

First, what is an oil well? An oil well is a hole dug into the Earth that serves the purpose of bringing oil or other hydrocarbons like natural gas to the surface of the earth. This is different from an oil block which is a large area of land, typically in 1000s of square kilometers. Usually, both oil wells and blocks are awarded to businesses by the government.

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List of Oil Well Owners in Nigeria Today

The list below contains the names of those having oil wells. It is no news saying some oil blocks and wells are owned by family. In such cases, the key family members on the business board will have their names here. Also, some of the wells are joint businesses by two or more persons.

It is important to also note that getting the full list can be said to be impossible – it’s actually possible though. So, just know that this is not a complete list.

Remember, people own properties by proxy in Nigeria. Aside owing property by proxy, the issue of license renewal and others things comes into play. Having that in mind, don’t expect a complete list.

Here are their names:

  1. General Theophilus Danjuma
  2. Colonel Sanni Bello
  3. Alhaji Mohammed Ludimi
  4. Alhaji W.I. Folawiyo
  5. Alhaji Aminu Cantata
  6. Alhaji Sela Mohammed Gambo
  7. Prince Nasiru Ado Bayero
  8. Alhaji Mai Daribo
  9. Rilwan Lukman
  10. Atiku Abubakar
  11. Yar’ Adua
  12. Bayero
  13. Dan Etete
  14. Peter Odili
  15. Andy Uba
  16. Emeka Offor
  17. Mike Adenuga
  18. Alfred James
  19. Femisola Awosika
  20. O. Adeyinka
  21. Ibrahim Bunu
  22. Udoji
  23. Saleh Jambo
  24. Sanni Bello
  25. Aminu Alhassan dantata
  26. Arthur Eze
  27. O Abiola
  28. Mohammed Indimi
  29. Kase Lawal
  30. Olukun
  31. David Richards
  32. Ibukun Olawepo
  33. Rachel Akintola
  34. C Orjiako
  35. Reggie Uduhim
  36. Lulu Briggs
  37. Mai Derive
  38. Module Alakija
  39. Said Kuashi
  40. Appia Korang
  41. Peppe
  42. Oba Gbadebo
  43. A Kpata
  44. Adeyemo
  45. O Osunsanya
  46. Boyo
  47. A Tinubu
  48. Onoh Anthony
  49. Onoh Christiana
  50. Onoh Ngozi
  51. George Udoekong
  52. Nwauche Erastus
  53. Unejei T
  54. Akinro C.A
  55. Ewendu Chidi
  56. Du- Frayed
  57. Baba Lawal
  58. Cole Tonye
  59. Odunsi Ade
  60. Adeniji Titi
  61. Akinla Ladipo
  62. Bentley John
  63. Ciroma Musa
  64. Fatona Layi
  65. Aret Adams,
  66. Uduimp Itsueli
  67. Sammy Olagbaju
  68. David Richard
  69. Udi Ibru
  70. Macpepple Victoria
  71. MacPepple Henry
  72. Macpepple Joy
  73. MacPepple Emmanuel
  74. MacPepple Elfrida
  75. Usman Danburran
  76. Alhaji Indimi
  77. Nwauche Erastus
  78. Onoh Anthony
  79. Onoh Christiana
  80. Onoh Ngozi
  81. George Udoekong
  82. Aliyu Abubakar
  83. Brigidi David
  84. Alamieyesheiga Anitonbrapa,
  85. Ifimaim Ekine,
  86. Jonathan Selereipre,
  87. Enddel Francis
  88. Chinwetelu Chris
  89. Williams E.J
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  1. Onuorah Adaeze Chidimma

    Wow that’s nice to know

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