Green Energy International Limited is a Nigerian integrated energy investment vehicle focused on Oil & Gas Exploration & Production.
The company was incorporated in 2006 as an integrated energy entity, awarded with the Otakikpo Marginal Field located on the NNPC/SPDC joint venture’s OML 11 in Rivers State with a mandate to create localized domestic market based on small scale gas opportunities in Nigeria and Africa at large
|Corporate & Ownership Structure||
Green Energy International Limited is a company limited by shares.
The Executive and non – Executive Directors own 100% of the company’s shares, a strong Nigerian profile which gives the company advantages in community acceptability and the enjoyment of favorable regulatory incentives, in line with government policy on oilfield operation.
Experienced management with proven track record in the oil & gas industry, with best in class corporate governance.
Over 1,000 man years of oil industry experience spanning geological & geophysical, exploration, development and operations. Proven relationships with key decision makers and regulatory authorities.
GEIL’s Board of Directors comprising of experienced and highly connected individuals, carries out the policy and audit of the company’s affairs.
Equipped with human asset of highly motivated management team with wide experience in the oil and gas industry, the company has energetic and skilled professionals in areas such as geology, HSE, petroleum engineering, accounting & administration.
GEIL is dedicated to developing indigenous skills across the oil and gas value chain throughout the development of oil and gas assets in Nigeria and have in place all system documentation.
Providing sustainable employment opportunities to Nigerians and enhancing the multiplier effect on the host community by maximizing the participation of local companies and contractors.
|Corporate Social Responsibility||
GEIL’s approach to Corporate Social Responsibility is to ensure that it is driven at the highest level of the organisation at board level and as part of the firm’s business risk management system. The executive management team and line managers take responsibility for implementing CSR policies
|Host Communities As Stakeholders||
GEIL treats its host communities as stakeholders by investing in building mutually beneficial relationship with local communities. Community representative groups and local area governments are interlocutors.
Our company’s focus is building capacity within host communities by privileging education including by way of granting scholarships and skills acquisition awards and providing training as well as employment opportunities for the community.