Oriental Energy currently has three projects in the offshore Nigerian Oil and Gas industry which include OML 115, Ebok Field (OML 67) and the Okwok Field (OML 67); all in various stages of appraisal and/or development.
Oriental Energy is a story of tenacity and perseverance. Founded in 1990, Oriental Energy was granted Block OPL224 offshore Nigeria. In the 20+ years since, Oriental Energy have converted OPL224 into OML 115 and have added both the Okwok and Ebok assets to their portfolio.
Through aggressive exploration and drilling programs, the Ebok Field came on production in the 2nd quarter of 2011 which initiated the largest development program for an independent Nigerian oil company to date. Oriental Energy is looking to bring the Okwok Field on production in the 1st quarter of 2015 with OML 115 to follow shortly thereafter. Oriental Energy has also developed an offshore production hub centered on the established Ebok Terminal which is used for the storage and offloading of crude oil.
Oriental Energy is a staunch supporter of the Nigerian domestic oil industry, adheres to strong ethical EHSS policies and is a considerable contributor to the empowerment of of our local host communities.
Oriental Energy will continue with the development of its current holdings and will move forward, employing strategic alliances, as it looks for opportunities to increase its footprint in Nigeria.