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Thursday, August 25, 2011

NIPCO PLC Curreent Recruitment: Oil Company Jobs Nigeria

NIPCO PLC Curreent Recruitment: Oil Company Jobs Nigeria

Nigerian Independent Petroleum Company Plc (NIPCO).

NIPCO PLC formerly called IPMAN Petroleum Marketing Company Limited (IPMCL) was incorporated by members of the Independent Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN) on January 8th, 2001 as a Private Limited Liability Company to participate in the distribution of White Petroleum Products business across the nooks and crannies of the Nation.

IPMAN is an association of Independent Marketers of Petroleum Products across the nation. It has about 6,000 members,each of them owning from 2 – 8 filling stations in different parts of the country and nearly 75% of the country's total oil distribution is through the IPMAN filling stations. In line with the vantage position of the Independent Marketers in the distribution of petroleum products, the Federal Government at the commencement of its deregulation effort in 1998, qualified IPMAN to import white petroleum products directly into the country at par with other major oil marketers. This laudable gesture inspired IPMAN to import Autotmative Gas Oil (AGO) and Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) directly into the country and distribute the products through its members successfully across the nation.

To take advantage of the emerging opportunities in the petroleum business, members of IPMAN floated a professional group to manage its business endeavors: IPMAN Petroleum Marketing Company (IPMCL). IPMCL was expected to undertake its business on the same line as other majors are doing, with the difference that it would render services to IPMAN members and in a most cost effective manner. The Federal Government has since welcomed this lofty idea and indicated their full support and encouragement.

NIPCO PLC objective revolves around ensuring good returns on investments to investors and constant supply of petroleum products at competitive prices to fuel marketers from our ultra modem oil terminal at Apapa, Lagos.

Position: Dealers for Fuel Stations on Long Lease

As part of our aggressive growth plans and to be the Customer’s first choice in the Petroleum Downstream Sector, we require dealers for fuel stations on Long Lease/Outright Purchase in strategic locations across Nigeria. Dealers having additional land space and situated in residential markets can be considered for LPG Skid Installation as an additional source of revenue.

How to Apply:

If you are in the Oil and Gas sector and desirous to be a part of the fast expanding Retail Network across Nigeria, then do send in the below mentioned details in the next 15 days:

1) Application Letter

2) Site location map indicating City/State and indicating areas in the vicinity of the station

3) Two photographs of Filling station (preferably coloured)

4) Photocopy of Certificate of Occupancy/Deed of conveyance with Governor’s consent

5) Photocopy certificate of Land survey

6) Photocopy of DPR sales and storage license

Kindly send in your Applications at the below mentioned Address on or before 30th August 2011. Incomplete Information/Application will not be entertained.

The Managing Director

NIPCOL PLC

1 and 15 Dockyard Road

Apapa, Lagos, Nigeria

OR

The Managing Director

NIPCOL PLC

Plot 46 1B, Lobito Crescent

Wuse II Abuja, Nigeria

Or Send as an e-mail to nipcodealer@nipcoplc.com

NIPCO PLC is however delighted with the improved relationship we have with Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation [NNPC] and s subsidiaries which had impacted positively in NIPCO PLC product allocation. However, NIPCO PLC has put in place measures to augment product allocation from NNPC with our resolve to commence direct importation of deregulated products in the first quarter of 2006.

The precarious operating environment was aggravated by the negative attitude of Petroleum Tanker Drivers [PTD] as they continuously imposed unwarranted heavy dues on our marketers and this factor negatively affected the margins of our marketers.

Notwithstanding NIPCO PLC strategic location with an NNPC jetty right behind our terminal, it was still relatively difficult to receive products from the jetty due to bureaucratic bottlenecks and logistic problems associated with the jetty. Nonetheless, concerted efforts have been made by the management to secure a dedicated jetty or earn priority discharge from the NNPC in the use of the jetty. Before the end of the first quarter of 2006, this problem would have been a thing of the past.

The company has since taken a new name - Nigerian Independent Petroleum Company Plc (NIPCO).

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