Chijioke K. Mama
Senior Research Analyst ( Oil & Gas)/ Marginal Field
Project Manager, Ralmouf Konsult Limited
Prolific energy researcher and analyst, he has authored extensive analytical works on diverse issues in Africa’s hydrocarbon economies. His has special research interests in upstream petroleum policy, small/marginal oil fields and Mergers & Acquisitions (M & A) in Oil and Gas. He founded the column “Africa’s Barrel Equations” featured on major energy media platforms such as BusinessDay West-Africa Energy and Sweetcrude Reports, where he offers research-based insights and empirical views on Africa’s energy Sector.
He has a Master’s degree in Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Lagos, Nigeria and currently works as project manager/analyst at Ralmuof Konsult Limited (RKL) in Lagos, Nigeria. In this role, he leads client engagements and project execution in both the upstream and downstream sectors.
His short article “Nigeria’s marginal oil fields - open fields, closed gates” published in 2014, received much acclaim as a good discuss on the thrust and solutions of marginal field acquisition & operation in Nigeria. He gathers and structures data on issues around marginal and small oil fields for productive analysis. He currently advises a number of potential investors on the green and red elements of investing in Nigeria’s marginal oil fields.