Asharami Energy, a Sahara Group upstream company has recorded another remarkable milestone of 3 million Lost Time Injury (LTI) free man-hours in line with the company’s unwavering commitment to safety, excellence, and operational efficiency. This feat was achieved over operations spanning 2,434 days with zero incident. “Lost Time Injury” is an important occupational safety and

Asharami Energy’s Courtsey Visit to the Anambra State Government

As part of efforts toward ensuring an all-inclusive stakeholder engagement, the management of Sahara Upstream Petroleum Limited (SUPNL) paid a courtesy visit to the Anambra State Government on Thursday 10th February 2022. The objective of the courtesy visit was to inform and update the State government on the ongoing seismic activity on the OPL 228

Asharami Energy Provides Access to Clean Water

At Asharami Energy, we were aware that community members wake up in the morning around four o’clock and go to an unprotected stream to fetch water. Both adults and little children have walked a four (4) kilometres round trip to collect water from the stream. The time between walking and waiting in line to fetch

Asharami Energy achieves 1.8 million LTI-free Man-Hours, promotes responsible engineering

Asharami Energy, a Sahara Group Upstream Company, has achieved 1,852,052 man-hours without Lost Time Injury (LTI) across operations driven by responsible engineering and unwavering commitment to global occupational safety and health (OSH) standards.

Asharami Energy Appoints Menkiti as COO to Drive Enhanced Production Target

Henry Menkiti

Asharami Energy, a Sahara Group Upstream Company, has appointed Henry Menkiti as its Chief Operating Officer to boost ongoing expansion projects aimed at delivering the company’s ambitious production target over the next few years. Henry’s appointment took effect on the 8th December 2020. Asharami Energy is one of Africa’s leading independent Exploration and Production (E&P)

Women in Africa’s energy sector need to be intentional about their growth – Lucciano-Gabriel

Self-driven and passionate about women and youth empowerment, Mariah Lucciano-Gabriel, Head, Commercial & Business Development, Asharami Energy represents the growing wave of vibrant African professionals committed to transforming the continent.

Sahara Group canvasses more investment in Africa’s E&P business

Oil and Gas businesses in Africa need to intensify exploration efforts to guarantee reserve replacement and enhanced capacity to meet growing demand and global competition, Olajumoke Ajayi, Managing Director, Asharami Energy, has told participants at the Oil and Gas Council’s Africa Assembly in Paris. Ajayi noted that Africa’s large volumes of undiscovered oil and gas

Educating women is crucial for sustainable develeopment – Olajumoke Ajayi, MD Asharami Energy

The Managing Director of Asharami Energy, a Sahara Group Upstream Company, Olajumoke Ajayi has urged regional and global stakeholders to invest in the education of women to ensure they are empowered to take on the critical role of nurturing the leaders of tomorrow.

Sahara Energy backs growth forecasts in South Sudan’s oil, power sectors

Petroleum Products demand in South Sudan will be driven by population growth. Estimated at 12.6 million in 2017, South Sudan’s population is expected to increase to 15 million by 2020.

Celebration, medals galore as Sahara Group draws curtains on 2018 Saharalympics

Sahara Group’s company–wide games, The Saharalympics, lived up to its billing with amazing track and field performances that saw staff win 70 medals in the keenly contested completion that was designed to promote excellence and team spirit at the leading energy and infrastructure conglomerate.