Petroleum Newspapers Nigeria Company is a registered company under the allied companies acts of 1990 with the registration no 2378110. Petroleum newspapers runs weekly printed newspaper publication and daily online news update. Petroleum newspaper serves independent oil and gas operators in Nigeria, produces and distributes leading trade journals, industry research, job publications, conferences and events designed for the needs of the oil and gas sector. We intend to become the leading number one (1) industrial news newspaper in Nigeria and Africa at large.

Petroleum newspaper is where energy decision-makers look first to see what happens next in their markets! Firmly rooted in energy news, provides high-value, up-to-date, accurate information to the petroleum industry.

Headquartered at Plot 40, Area V, Portharcourt/Owerri Rd, New Owerri, Imo State. For three years, Petroleum Newspapers has reported and published several editions of news publications on oil and gas activities within the Niger Delta Area of Portharcourt, Warri, Uyo and have just recently made entrance into the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja with a takeoff mini office at No 16, SB wing, Commercial Complex, NNPC Estate, Area 11, Garki, Abuja.


Petroleum Newspapers Nigeria Company have published a number of articles on an inclusive oil and gas business, developing legal and regulatory framework to addressing gas commercialization and curbing gas flare.

Nigeria Oil Week which Petroleum Newspapers will organize regularly will present copious space for exchange of ideas and business deal among leading oil and gas operators within Nigeria and outside Africa. The event will attract oil giants from around the world to discuss opportunities that are available in oil and gas, solar, and energy with the ministry of Petroleum and other relevant government agencies. Leading business moguls and intelligence business platform will attend Petroleum news oil business week to intellectually exchange thoughts and the latest insights taking place in Nigeria and the future of the Oil and Gas industry.

The proposed oil business week will hold sessions focusing on Nigerians Production, Exploration and Future Outlooks for the sector as well as the energy transition outlook to 2050 and how technology and finance are creating new options for gas. More than 20 heads of States will attend Petroleum news business week in June, 2019 which will include ministers of petroleum from OPEC member nations. Issues relating to the direction of the Nigerian upstream, developing deep-water projects, and roles of banks, and role of oil servicing companies and governments alike will be tackled.

Petroleum news oil business week will review current developments in the sector and provide a look into the future.  Our oil business week will not look away from Nigerian’s total energy demand; and the role of NNPC in designing strategies that will help the industry avoid potential pitfalls and maintain optimal performance as against oil price crash and bunkering activities.


Market Position of Petroleum Newspaper

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Petroleum Newspaper Online and Social Media Presence

Twitter followers 1,089k – Twitter: petroleumnewspapersnig

Petroleum Newspaper has 1,89k Twitter Followers. The number of followers has increased 0.4% month over month and increased 1.2% quarter over quarter



The publication is designed to give readers an overview of WEEKLY major industry news, while offering an insight on what’s going on behind the headlines. Features provide important background information, focusing on market reviews, product and technical information, and objective profiles. Please ask for the current features list.

Petroleum newspapers partner with key industries in organizing exhibitions and conferences, which means additional exposure for your company’s products and services, should you advertise with us.