OBAT Oil & Petroleum Ltd is a major market maker in the Oil business with a growing list of offices, including those in Europe and America. Our resources and strengths have established us as major provider in the global energy market while enhancing our status as global player in oil trading.
OBAT Oil and Petroleum Limited was incorporated in 1981 to engage in trading of petroleum products. Its operations cover both the upland and riverine areas in the national energy market.
From our humble beginning over two decades ago, the company currently has 50 retail outlets in strategic locations and ultra-modern depot to ensure hitch-free supply and distribution of petroleum products. Our company supplies products to notable energy consuming public corporations such as the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), Nigeria Breweries Plc. Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN), Flour Mills of Nigeria Plc. Nigeria Bottling Company (Coca-Cola), Guinness Nigeria Plc , Cadbury Plc, and so on..
Integrity: – We operate with unyielding integrity obeying all laws and adhering to a stringent code of business conduct by not tolerating unethical business conduct by any of our staff.
Performance: – We continuously raise our performance to exceed customers and stakeholders expectations.
Teamwork: – Management and staff of OBAT Oil work as a team, respecting new viewpoints, building trust, enhancing communications and sharing best practices to deliver world class products and services.
To remain a leading player in the oil and gas industry and providing unique and qualitative services
using state-of-the-art technology and skilled manpower.
OBAT present outlook is that of professionalism, passionately committed to delivering innovative solutions through dynamic business processes and motivated staff.
Our Apart from 50 filling outlets covering both the upland and coastal areas in some states of the federation, we have two hundred and fifty (250) 33,000 litre capacity trucks, for the supply and distribution of petroleum products to our service stations and other energy consumers across Nigeria. These fleet of trucks are complemented by barges (steel and plank) to enhance supply of petroleum products to consumers in the riverine areas who by virtue of their terrain consume more energy for domestic and occupational purposes.