At Inducon we offer a full spectrum of advisory services to corporate and government clients operating in Nigeria's upstream oil and gas sector. Whether you seek to uncover new opportunities, limit drilling risks, optimize the value of your field or assets, or comply with complex regulatory laws, we will work closely with you to craft a total solution that respects your bottom line.
Evaluating oil and gas field acquisition and development opportunities.
Assisting with preparation of acquisition bids.
Negotiating or reviewing commercial agreements.
Supporting finance raising process.
Inducon Nigeria Ltd is an Oil & Gas Consultancy Firm that works with leading oilfield players, including E&P operators, service companies, manufacturers and suppliers, and midstream operators, as well as investors and other financial institutions around the world. We provide critical strategic decision support to navigate the changing oilfield and generate long-term value.
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Assisting with preparation of acquisition bids. Negotiating or reviewing commercial agreements.
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Nigeria: Victorious St. Gregory's College Gets Dr. Abebe's Scholarship
President of the St. Gregory's College, Obalende, Old Boys Association, Dr. John Abebe, has announced undisclosed monetary incentives and educational scholarship for all members of the school team that won the GTBank Master's Cup.
John Abebe's AAA Foundation secures another graduate.
John Abebe's AAA Foundation are pleased to announce the successful graduation of one of its benefactors: Adegboyega Azeezat Abiodun.
Adegboyega, an indigene of Ogun state, graduated as a Pharmacist from Olabisi Onabanjo University through financial support from the Foundation. She is a former captain of the Nigeria female cricket team.
We all at Inducon Ltd would like to wish her the very best.
SGCOBA urges FG to partner private sector on education
The Saint Gregory’s College Old Boys Association has called on the Federal Government to consider private sector involvement in education in the country.
Speaking on behalf of the association during the 50th Graduation Anniversary of the 1967 set in Lagos, its president, Dr. John Abebe, said that an effective partnership between the government and private institutions would go a long way to improve the standard of education in the country.
Nigerian Cricketers praise Abebe over scholarship
A group of Nigerian cricket players who have benefited from the education scholarship scheme of the AAA Foundation, have commended Chairman of the non-governmental organisation, Dr. John Abebe, for giving them the opportunity to acquire education.
Nigerian Appeal Court Upholds Ruling Against Statoil
A Nigerian appeal court upheld a judgement recognizing a claim by a former adviser of Statoil ASA (STL) to 1.5 percent of the profit from its interest in the West African nation’s Agbami offshore oil field..
St. Gregory’s College Old Boys Association, Lagos, has elected Dr. John Abebe its new President. The election, which was held at the school auditorium last Saturday, had over 200 old boys in attendance. Other members elected into the new executive of the association include the Justice Niyi Ademola, (first Vice-President); AIG Tunji Alapini, (second Vice-President); Mrs. Funmilayo Harris, (Treasurer); Mr. Eddy Sakpor, (General-Secretary); Mr. Uche Nwokedi, (Legal Adviser); and Mr. Olaitan Ogunbiyi, (Assistant Secretary).
St. Gregory old boys elect Abebe as President
Abebe Urges Nigerians to Make Impact in Society
Chairman, Inducon Nigeria Limited, Dr. John Abebe, has appealed to wealthy Nigerians to reach out to the less-privileged by contributing to their emancipation and the development of the nation at large.
Dr Abebe receives Distinguished Alumini Award.
Dr Abebe, Chairman of Inducon Nigeria Ltd, has been honoured as one of the award recipients at the recently held "2017 Distinguished Alumni Awards and Celebration of UNILAG at 55", organised by the Alumini Association at the University of Lagos.
Dr John Abebe receives lifetime achievement Award
The Development Program Annual Awards, which began in 2002, promotes excellence in cricket development and recognises exceptional performance and service to the game in the ICC’s 87 Associate and Affiliate Members. Nominees came from a range of levels, highlighting the positive impact cricket is making on the lives of people from culturally diverse communities.
The Nigerian national cricket team on Monday bowled off the final phase of their preparations for this month’s ICC World Cricket League Division VI by beating Wiltshire Quaries of London by 2 wickets.The Nigerian team, made up of 14 players and led by Technical Director, Olisa Egwuatu, departed Nigeria on Saturday for the United Kingdom, where they are scheduled to play four friendly matches during the trip sponsored by former President of the Nigeria Cricket Federation, Dr. John Abebe.
Cricket: Nigeria beat London club