• Agbami Floating Production Storage and Offloading Vessel (FPSO)
  • ExxonMobil’s Satellite Field Development Project
    Pipelines for ExxonMobil’s Satelite Development Project Platform fabricated in Nigeria
  • Completed in 2006, Production from the main field started
    in April 2006, while production from the satellite field
    started in the third quarter of 2006.
    ExxonMobil's operated ERHA FPSO
  • Total's Akpo FPSO
  • Total's Amenam Kpono Platform
  • Ogbogu Flowstation OML58 operated by Total E&P
  • Process Area at Addax Petroleum’s Izombe flow station
  • Chevron's Escravos Gas to Liquids Site
    Chevron's Meren Gas Gathering and Compression Platform
  • Pan Ocean Ovade-Ogharefe
    Gas Plant Processing Facility

Our objective is to strengthen the long-term health of the offshore & onshore oil & gas industry



Partnership and Collaboration in Nigeria’s Oil and Gas Industry


OPTS Members Making strides in Nigerian Content development



OPTS Member companies have made significant strides on the implementation of the Nigerian Oil and Gas Content Development (NOGCD) Act enacted in 2010. Over the years, members have deployed extensive resources to build local content and help drive Nigeria’s economic growth.
The overriding aim of OPTS members in supporting the local content initiative is not only to develop sustainable in-country capacity for the Nigerian Upstream Oil & Gas industry, but also to catalyse the industry’s local supply chain, create employment opportunities for Nigerians, foster institutional collaborations and improve linkages and collaboration between the oil industry and other sectors of the economy.
One of such projects is the ExxonMobil Satelite Field Development (SFD) platforms. In 2012, Mobil Producing Nigeria (MPN), the subsidiary of ExxonMobil in Nigeria in Joint Venture with NNPC, completed the fabrication of three wellhead platforms fully developed in Nigeria.
The three platforms were constructed under the Satellite Fields Development Project Phase-1 for the Abang, Itut and Oyot (AOI) oil fields located offshore Nigeria, and are the first ever wellhead platforms designed, fabricated and commissioned by Nigerian companies. The Abang, Oyot and Itut fields are targeted to recover more than 100 million barrels of oil and 20 million barrels of oil equivalent of natural gas liquids.
In 2012, Mobil Producing Nigeria (MPN) completed the fabrication of three wellhead platforms fully developed in Nigeria. The three platforms were constructed under the Satellite Fields Development Project Phase-1 for the Abang, Itut and Oyot (AOI) oil fields located offshore Nigeria, and are the first ever wellhead platforms designed, fabricated and commissioned by Nigerian companies. The Abang, Oyot and Itut fields are targeted to recover more than 100 million barrels of oil and 20 million barrels of oil equivalent of natural gas liquids.

Harnessing Nigeria’s Gas Resources to diversify and boost economy



Nigeria is blessed with vast natural gas resources and has the largest gas reserves in Africa and is globally ranked 9th. When unlocked, Nigeria’s gas resources, more than anything else have the potential to diversify the economy by creating new industries, improving electricity generation, providing feedstock for petrochemicals and fertilizer production, and creating jobs with multiplier effects that increase GDP and boost government revenue.
For OPTS, the opportunity provided by the country’s gas potential offers even greater possibilities to impact on its economic development and improve the standard of living of its people.
With the right policies, terms and business environment, Nigeria’s vast gas resources can be unlocked to diversify and boost the economy. Developing the gas resources will help meet the needs of the country through Gas to Power capacity, create industries using natural gas as feedstock and increase Federal Government’s revenue from gas exports. OPTS has drawn attention to the key challenges and solutions that must be overcome to unlock the gas potential. These challenges include sufficient infrastructure, competing gas prices, adequate JV funding and conducive business environment.


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Events


  • 15th March2016

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    NIGERIA HOSTS 6TH AFRICAN PETROLEUM CONGRESS AND EXHIBITION, CAPE V1
    1st Aug 2015

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    Oil and Gas Industry Supports Federal Government Post-Amnesty Programme: Empowers and Provides Re-Orientation for More Than 1,300 Youths.
    10th Mar 2014

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    OPTS Unveils Local Content Strides Compendium
    24th March 2014

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    Local Content Strides in the Oil & Gas Industry: Increasing Nigerian Content in the Oil & Gas Industry.
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