Oando PLC is a filling station in Nigeria with history traceable to ESSO, an offshoot marketing company owned by Exxon Corporation of the United States of America.
It became indigenous to Nigeria in 1976 when the then government secured a controlling stake which saw to the repackaging of the company to go by the name: Unipetrol Nigeria.
Meanwhile, in 2002, Ocean and Oil through Adewale Tinubu and Omamofe secured a major share in Unipetrol, so also in Agip and in 2003, the two Energy companies were marged to birth Oando PLC.
Currently, Oando is one of Africa’s largest energy provider with its operations in four divisions which include: Exploration and production (E&P), Supply and Trading, Gas and Power, and Corporate and others.
Some of its products include but not limited to Lubricating oils, Dual Purpose Kerosene, Gasoline, Automotive Gas Oil, Aviation Turbine Kerosene, Insecticides, Liquefied Petroleum Gas (Cooking Gas), Bitumen, Greases and Low Pour Fuel Oil.