NNPC Announces Senior Management Reshuffle: A Look at the New Faces – The Nigerian National Petroleum Company (NNPC) Limited, a cornerstone in Nigeria’s oil industry, has recently announced a significant reshuffle within its senior management team. This move, reflective of the company’s evolving business strategies and commitment to excellence, introduces fresh faces to lead the next phase of its journey.
In an official release endorsed by Garba Deen Muhammad, the Chief Corporate Communications Officer, the NNPC shed light on the newly appointed executives:
Oritsemeyiwa A. Eyesan steps up as the Executive Vice President, Upstream. Eyesan’s role will primarily focus on the exploration and production of crude oil, ensuring the company’s oil reserves are optimally managed.
Olalekan Ogunleye assumes the mantle of Executive Vice President, Gas, Power, and New Energy. This vital position underlines NNPC’s vision to diversify its energy sources, capitalize on the nation’s vast natural gas reserves, and explore emerging energy alternatives.
The third significant change brings Adedapo A. Segun as the Executive Vice President, Downstream. Segun will oversee the refining, marketing, and distribution aspects of crude oil products, ensuring efficient operations from refining to end-consumer distribution.
The reshuffling resonates with NNPC’s ongoing mission for “organisational renewal.” The company seeks to infuse its operations with a renewed vigor, emphasizing high standards, nurturing talent, and leveraging expansive leadership experiences to fortify its competencies.
In essence, with these new appointments, NNPC underscores its commitment to adapt, evolve, and lead in an ever-changing global energy landscape. The industry, stakeholders, and the nation await the fresh perspectives and strategies these leaders will bring to the table.