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The six oil firms -- Chevron Nigeria Limited, Texaco Overseas Petroleum Company (Nigeria) Unlimited, Elf Petroleum Nigeria Ltd, Total Upstream Petroleum Nigeria, Mobil Producing Nigerian Unlimited, and Esso Exploration and Production Company Ltd -- dumped their individual registered corporate identities a year ago under the guise of merging their operations in Nigeria so that instead of paying taxes as six entities, they will now pay as three entities.
Total's Operations: Elf Petroleum Nigeria Ltd, part of Total, has seen its capacity rise to 230,000 b/d - with the coming on stream of the Amanam-Kpono production system - and then fall to 200,000 b/d.
However, industry insiders point out that earlier exploration--between 1991 and 2001-by NNPC, Shell Exploration and Production Company Limited (SNEPCO), Elf Petroleum Nigeria Limited and Chevron Nigeria Limited in the northern Nigeria basins of Chad, Benue and the Gongola trough, ended unsuccessfully.
The Bonga field is owned by the Nigerian National Petroleum Company and is operated by SNEPCO, with partners in the development being Esso Exploration and Production Company Nigeria Ltd, Nigeria Agip Exploration Ltd., and Elf Petroleum Nigeria Ltd.
Shell Petroleum Development Company, Nigerian Agip Oil Company and Elf Petroleum Nigeria Limited will all supply gas to the new train, helping to achieve the government's target of banning flaring by 2008.
Elf Petroleum Nigeria Ltd, part of Total, has seen its production capacity rise to 230,000 b/d - with the coming on stream of the Amanam-Kpono production system.
Three years after Elf Petroleum Nigeria Limited (EPNL) took the plunge into the Atlantic Ocean to begin offshore production in a joint venture with the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), the results have been encouraging enough to justify the decision, made in the mid-1980s, to explore offshore.