Nigerian Oil & Gas - A Mixed Blessing by MA Olorunfemi, Akin Adetunji and Ade Olaiya
Nigerian Oil and Gas, A Mixed Blessing? is an insider’s chronicle of landmark policy events in the many incarnations of the Nigerian oil and gas industry under the administrations that we have had since before independence. Chief Michael Olorunfemi, Engineer Akin Adetunji and Mr. Ade Olaiya, strenuously committed to verifiable facts and national interests, have written a book devoid of religious, ethnic, regional, or individual biases. The Book is a voluntary contribution of the authors to national discourse on the Nigerian government’s participation in the petroleum industry through the instrument of the national oil company, the NNPC.
Chief Michael A. Olorunfemi has decades of experience in the oil industry. He is currently
executive chairman of Mak Mera Nigeria Limited.
Mr. Ade Olaiya was a pioneer staff of the Nigerian National Oil Corporation (NNOC)
established in 1974. He is currently human resources consultant/CEO of Salg (WA) Services.
Engr. Akin Adetunji is a registered engineer with the Council for the Regulation of Engineering
in Nigeria (COREN), and executive vice chairman/CEO of Best Offshore Support Services