Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC)
Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation was established in 1977 under the laws of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. It is the corporate entity through which the Nigerian Government participates in the oil and gas industry. NNPC and its subsidiaries dominate all sectors of the industry - exploration, production, reﬁning, pipelines, marketing, crude/product exports, and petrochemicals. NNPC owns 49% of the shares in Nigeria LNG Limited.
Shell Gas B.V (SGBV)
Shell Gas B.V (SGBV) is a company incorporated under the laws of the Netherlands. For more than 40 years, Shell Gas has been investing in and delivering some of the world's largest and most complex gas projects. Besides its interest in Nigeria LNG Limited, Shell Gas holds the largest equity share of LNG capacity among international oil companies, with a leading position in LNG shipping, marketing and trading of natural gas and power in Europe, North America and Asia Paciﬁc. It is a member of the Royal Dutch Shell Group of Companies which operates throughout the world in all sub-sectors of the petroleum industry. SGBV owns 25.6% of the shares in Nigeria LNG Limited.
Total Gaz Electricite Holdings France
Total is a major integrated oil and gas company active in all sectors of the petroleum industry. It explores in more than 130 countries. The company is Nigeria's fourth-largest oil and gas producer through its involvement in more than 50 permits, including nine as operator. Total owns 15% of the shares in Nigeria LNG Limited.
Eni International (N.A.) N.V.S.a.r.l
Eni is one of the world's major integrated oil and gas companies engaged in all sectors of the petroleum business. It is involved in exploration, development and production of oil and natural gas in 70 countries. Eni owns 10.4% of the shares in Nigeria LNG Limited.