Nigeria's most populated city with over 10 million inhabitants, Lagos' coastal location makes it the perfect headquarters for our offshore operations in the Niger Delta basin and for access to the Benue Trough in southern Nigeria.

An economic gateway to Europe and the Mediterranean, Morocco is part of the Euromed cooperation, a collaboration between the EU and 16 of its closest neighbours across North Africa and the oil-rich Middle East. Its own oil production stood at almost 4,000 barrels per day in 2010.

Set for substantial growth in oil production, refining and export in its own right between 2011 and 2016, in 2010 Niger imported more than 5,000 barrels per day from its oil-rich neighbours.

The nation's economy benefited greatly from the discovery of offshore oil reserves in the 1970s, which bolstered the existing trades in timber and manganese. Petroleum extraction and refining remains a major contributor to Gabon's annual income.

The world's second-fastest growing economy in 2011 in terms of gross domestic product, Ghana reached an estimated 13.5% growth, with oil production of 8,880 barrels per day and 312km of pipeline for refined products.

Algeria is hydrocarbon-rich, with extensive oil and natural gas reserves. Hydrocarbons represent 95% of Algeria's export market, and contribute 30% towards the nation's gross domestic product, but there are still plentiful reserves to be developed.

Africa's largest oil economy is ranked 11th in the world overall for production capacity. Oil production in 2010 reached around 2.45 million barrels per day.


The DRC has considerable expertise in mining and mineral processing, with oil production 60% higher than its daily consumption. This makes crude oil an important export commodity for an economy that is finding increasing stability year by year.

Angola joined the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries in 2006, and has since enjoyed rapid economic growth due to the prices paid for its 1.65 million barrels of daily output.


A thriving economic centre for the world's largest brands, England's capital city is also home to the London Stock Exchange, one of the planet's leading commodity trading bourses.

An important global hub for businesses of all kinds, Geneva is Switzerland's second-largest city and home to the headquarters of the United Nations and the Red Cross.

Nigeria's capital city has almost two million residents. Our presence in Abuja puts us at the heart of the nation's economy.

Home to the University of Port Harcourt, with enrolment in excess of 11,000 students and departments dedicated to petroleum science and geoscience, and other energy-related disciplines.

At the heart of the Delta State, one of Nigeria's leading producers of crude oil and natural gas, Warri is also home to some of the country's largest petrochemical facilities and refineries.