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Rainoil Limited Confirms Participation As Gold Sponsor at 13th OTL Africa Downstream Week

World class downstream petroleum company, Rainoil, has officially confirmed its participation as a Gold Sponsor at the forthcoming 13th Oil Trading and Logistics (OTL) Africa Downstream Week slated to hold in Lagos Oriental Hotel, Lagos state, from 28-31st October, 2019.

Rainoil is a fully integrated downstream petroleum company and provides bespoke energy services to its customers in West Africa, which also comprises of a one-stop-shop solutions from shipping all the way to tank farm operations, and marketing in the downstream sector.

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13th OTL

The 13th Oil Trading and Logistics (OTL) Africa Downstream Week is an intellectual platform for midstream and downstream businesses in the continent to define their value chain. With global recognition as the biggest stage for downstream oil and gas businesses in the black continent, the event enters its 13th edition late October 2019. The 2019 edition of OTL Africa Downstream Week will accommodate over 2500 delegates, exhibitors, speakers, and equally special guests opportunities for high-profile networking, learning, and business match-making.

Among of events for the conference is the robust exhibition program. OTL Africa Downstream Exhibition showcases the most vital products and services of the industry, which presents an avenue for companies at the event to identify and make use of relevant solutions. The exhibition is also an excellent platform for new innovations and technologies to be showcased to the public. Top executives from some of the largest and most successful downstream petroleum companies in Africa will grace the occasion with the major goal of improving their performances, identifying solutions to aid bolster their delivery and also project their brand to the public. It is important to note that attendance for the OTL Africa Downstream Exhibition is free and open to registered visitors and delegates.

Rainoil Ltd

As a prominent player in the Nigerian petroleum industry, incorporated in November 1994, and fully commencing operation as a petroleum products marketing company in May 1997, Rainoil possess leveraged experience, professionalism, synergy, and a passion for excellence towards meeting international standards and best practices, and attaining global relevance through contemporary business practices.

With 22 years of effective operation and organic growth in the downstream sector’s value chain, Rainoil have been able to build an impressive client base through the use of its network of oil and gas facilities strategically located across Nigeria, and deployment of a blend of local industry knowledge, automation, and customer experience feedback. Rainoil’s operations span across the value chain of the downstream sector; some of its activities include Petroleum Product Storage, Haulage/Distribution, and Retail Sales. Petrol (PMS), Diesel (AGO) and Kerosene (DPK) are some of the company’s primary products.

Owing to its status as Gold sponsor for the 13th OTL, Rainoil’s plans and ambition of building a downstream network that is capable of rivaling any other in Nigeria, combined with its fleet of 91 tanks, six shipping vessels, ownership of over 60 retail outlets, and numerous ultra-modern bulk storage facilities across the country, puts the over two-decades old business at a higher competitive advantage than others in its quest to reach the status of “major marketer” in the downstream sector.

Sources:

Otlafrica

Rainoil NG

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