Lagos, 20/08/21 – Heirs Oil & Gas (HHOG), the leading African integrated energy company, has announced important senior appointments to its management leadership team.
The newly appointed executives will join the Chief Executive Officer, Osayande Igiehon, to further the company’s strategic goals.
The team is comprised of leading industry professionals, with considerable regional and international experience, who are already executing HHOG’s ambition to build a truly indigenous, integrated energy company, focused on addressing Africa’s unique energy needs.
The Management team include:
Samuel Nwanze is Executive Director and Chief Finance Officer. Prior to this, he was the Chief Investment Officer at HHOG’s parent company, Heirs Holdings, responsible for investment and capital management.
Nnene-Anochie Chidube is Vice-President, Community Affairs, Safety, Health, Environment and Security (CASHES). Nnene has over 30 years of extensive experience in the oil and gas sector, having worked in Nigeria, Middle East, and Asia, with Royal Dutch Shell (Shell). Her expertise spans oil and gas asset management, operational excellence for complex integrated hydrocarbon supply chains, health, safety environment including asset integrity and process safety management, risk and compliance.
Debo Adebajo is Vice-President, Technical. Debo is an experienced petroleum engineer, with over 30 years of industry exposure, spanning oil and gas field development, project execution, strategy, and portfolio management. He previously worked in various Shell companies in Nigeria, Brunei and the Netherlands, occupying senior technical and management roles.
Bola Bode is Vice-President, Production. With over 34 years of sector experience, Bola previously worked with Shell, where he was most recently Production Support Manager.
Eluemuno Olumagin is Deputy Vice-President, Corporate Resources. Elue is a human resource leader, with expertise in leveraging targeted people strategy, processes, and systems to drive business outcomes. She has over 19 years in-country and international experience, spanning talent acquisition and development, performance management and reward, as well as organisation development and effectiveness, with Total E&P and Seplat Petroleum Development Company Plc.
Paschal Eva is Deputy Vice-President, Finance. A chartered accountant with over 20 years of experience in performance and financial management. Prior to joining Heirs Oil & Gas, Paschal led the finance team at Nestoil Limited and was also Deputy General Manager at Neconde Energy Limited.
Commenting, Mr. Igiehon stated: “Aligning directly with our commitment to be Africa’s leading integrated energy company, we have assembled some of the finest talent in the industry. Their diverse experience, deep expertise and delivery capability is already delivering value in pursuit of HHOG’s growth ambitions, as we build a track record of value creation, institutional competence and strong relationships with all our stakeholders.”
About Heirs Oil & Gas
Heirs Oil & Gas is a leading African, indigenous owned, integrated energy company, headquartered in Nigeria, whose assets include Nigerian oil block OML17, with a current production capacity of 30,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day and 2P reserves of 1.2 billion barrels of oil equivalent, with an additional 1 billion barrels of oil equivalent resources of further exploration potential.
Heirs Oil & Gas (HHOG) is jointly owned by Heirs Holdings, the leading African strategic investor and affiliate company Transnational Corporation of Nigeria Plc (Transcorp), Nigeria’s largest publicly listed conglomerate.