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MRS OIL NIGERIA PLC Company Profile

MRS OIL NIGERIA PLC

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MRS Oil PLC commenced its petroleum product marketing operations in Nigeria in 1913, operating under the Texaco brand name. Initially, the distribution of these products was exclusively managed by CFAO, a French multinational retail company. In 1964, Texaco Africa Limited initiated direct marketing efforts, selling Texaco products through service stations and kiosks acquired from CFAO on lease terms. The company also ventured into the aviation and bunkering business.

On August 12, 1969, Texaco Nigeria Limited was incorporated as a wholly owned subsidiary of Texaco Africa Limited, inheriting the business activities previously conducted in Nigeria by Texaco Africa Limited. The Nigeria Indigenization decree of 1978 prompted the sale of 40% of Texaco Nigeria Limited to Nigerian individuals and organizations by Texas Petroleum Company.

In 1990, the Companies and Allied Matters Decree came into effect, leading to the change of the company's corporate name from 'Limited' to the prescribed 'Public Limited Liability Company' (PLC) with shares quoted on the Nigerian Stock Exchange.

In 2001, Chevron Texaco emerged from the merger between Chevron Corporation and former Texaco Inc., making Texaco Nigeria Plc an integral part of the new corporation. With Chevron Texaco's consideration of acquiring former UNOCAL, the board decided to drop 'Texaco' and retain only Chevron as the new name for the enlarged corporation.

Effective September 1, 2006, Texaco Nigeria Plc's name changed to Chevron Oil Nigeria Plc following a directive from Chevron Corporation's headquarters, aiming to present a clear, strong, and unified presence of Chevron Corporation globally.

In early 2009, as part of its growth and expansion strategy, MRS successfully acquired Chevron Downstream assets in Nigeria, thereby adopting the Texaco brand. This strategic acquisition brought a robust brand foundation with over 50 years of presence in the Nigerian market and a workforce of over 200 dedicated, experienced, and well-trained employees committed to the future growth of MRS Oil Nigeria Plc.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Mr Patrice Alberti - Chairman    
Mr Marco Storari – Managing Director    
Ms. Amiro Maina – non-executive director    
Mr. Matthew Akinlade – independent director    
Sir Sunday N. Nwosu – non-executive director    
Sir Amobi Nwokafor – non-executive director    
Mrs Priscilla Ogwemoh – non-executive director
 

2 TinCan Island Port RoadApapa,
Phone: +234 (809) 030-0000

Apapa
Apapa Complex
5, Alapata Road
Apapa, Lagos             
Tel: +234 (809) 030-0000 
Fax: +234 (1) 621-2145
Email:[email protected]    

Port Harcourt
4, Reclamation Road
Port Harcourt

Rivers State           
Tel: +234 (809) 030-0000 
Fax: +234 (1) 621-2145
Email: [email protected]

Kano
19b, Club Road, Kano
Kano
P.O.Box 567
Tel: 234 -1-4614500
Fax: +234 (1) 621-2145
Email: [email protected]    

Enugu
KM 8 Abakaliki Expressway
Emene, Enugu
Enugu State   
Tel: +234 (809) 030-0000
Fax: +234 (1) 621-2145
Email:[email protected]    

Warri
305 Warri Sapele Road
P.O.Box 165
Warri
Tel: +234 (809) 030-0000
Fax: +234 (1) 621-2145
Email:[email protected]

Jos
19, Beach Road,
P.O.Box 457
Jos Plateau State
Tel: +234 (809) 030-0000
Fax: +234 (1) 621-2145
Email:[email protected]    
Kaduna
2, Akilu Road,
P. O. Box 71
Kaduna
Tel: +234 (809) 030-0000
Fax: +234 (1) 621-2145
Email:[email protected]    

Maiduguri
Flour Mills Road
P. O. Box 291
Maiduguri
Tel: +234 (809) 030-0000
Fax: +234 (1) 621-2145
Email:[email protected]

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