Oritsemeyiwa Eyesan

Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC)

Group General Manager Corporate Planning & Strategy

Oritsemeyiwa Eyesan is the Group General Manager, Corporate Planning and Strategy (CP&S) at the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) with an industry career spanning over 28 years. Prior to her current role, she led the Planning unit of the National Petroleum Investment Management Services (NAPIMS), an arm of NNPC which oversees Government’s investment interests in the Joint Ventures (JV), Production Sharing Contracts (PSC) and Service Contract (SC) arrangements where she played a pivotal role in restoring Partners confidence through the resolution of the intractable and protracted cash call challenge which hitherto had severely impaired further upstream investments. As the current Head of Planning and Strategy for NNPC, she continues to champion initiatives aimed at progressively repositioning NNPC as a globally competitive National Oil Company (NOC), key of which are the resolution of the protracted Escravos Gas To Liquids (EGTL) and PSC disputes and the development of deep offshore PSC gas terms aimed at unlocking Nigeria’s vast offshore gas reserves. She is currently championing NNPC’s transition to an energy company by leading the restructuring of its commercial and institutional framework as well as collaborating with other stakeholders in the value chain. Oritsemeyiwa serves on the Board of various NNPC subsidiaries and Affiliates such as its E&P business, Nigerian Petroleum Development Company (NPDC) and ANOH Gas Processing Company (AGPC). She holds a Bachelor of Education in Economics from the University of Benin and is a member of the Strategic Management Society and the Society of Petroleum Engineers.

Sessions With Oritsemeyiwa Eyesan

Tuesday, 8 March

  • 11:40am - 12:30pm (CST) / 08/mar/2022 05:40 pm - 08/mar/2022 06:30 pm

    OIl & Gas Company Models for the Future

    Panel Upstream Oil & Gas
    Major trends across the energy sector in recent years have reshaped the outlook for the oil and gas industry. Upstream companies now in pursuit of lower-cost, lower-carbon, and higher-return assets have responded by reshaping their business models: some in evolutionary ways, others more revolutionary. What are the successful business models of the future? How will the competitive landscape evolve? Will investors and capital providers accommodate these diverging strategies?