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To be the future one-stop indigenous African energy

and gas terminal of choice 

Around Your
Critical Energy needs"

About the Company

Brass Petroleum Product Terminal was Established in 2021 as a joint venture between Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Nigeria Content Development and Monitoring Board  (NCDMB), ZED Energy 

Board Of Directors

Omotowa Oluwaseyi - Chairman

Obende Onesi - Director 

Isaac Yalah - Director


Abdulmalik Halilu - Director


Yin's Adio Naheem - Director  


John Daukoru - Managing Director

Barr. Umar M. Babangida - Secretary 

ESG Framework 

Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) framework covering environment, social and governance, within  a sustainable communities.


The framework sets out our beliefs and requirements as well as our approach to ESG. It details the standards that we are working towards and the requirement to monitor performance by reference to key performance indicators (KPIs).


We hold ourselves to high standards and we acknowledge that these are ambitions which we will have to work hard to achieve.

Brass Petroleum Products Terminal (BPPT). Is an oil and gas service provider that offers  storage, trading and supplies of refined petroleum products The company's services include cargo tailoring, backloading, stock transfer, cargo topping, pre-lifting, commercial storage etc. 

The existence of illegal refining and unstable products price in the Niger Delta led to the decision in 2002 to seek a sustainable and lasting solution through a harmonised petroleum product storage terminal to serve the transit of petroleum products from oil producing sources to international oil companies and costal areas. 

We are Building 50 million litre storage facility, a two-way product jetty, automated storage and  bay for various products. It will be able to load vessels both on land and on sea.


The project would cost 10.5 billion naira ($25.4 million), with commissioning in 2023.


Delivering state-of-art  smart terminal, strategically located in brass, to address the immediate needs of the community (alleviate the problems of the Niger Delta and reduce illegal refining caused by lack of access to the product, the terminal in Bayelsa State will ensure product prices are the same everywhere) and  also take advantage of the close proximity to Bonny LNG facility in serving  the rest of the world

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