EI Africa branch

EI Africa is currently represented through its Nigeria branch. If you would be interested in setting up a new branch elsewhere in Africa, please get in touch with Yewande Abiose – Managing Director, EI Africa:

t: +234 (1)295 6299

The Nigerian Energy space is a dynamic one with the booming oil and gas sector, the newly privatized and emerging power sector, and the developing petrochemical and renewable sector. The sector plays a critical role in the industrial, technological, economic and social development of the country. Hence, the large participation and influx of professionals into the field.

The Energy Institute Nigeria branch supports those working and interested in the energy sector by:

- Capacity building through specially designed trainings and workshops
- Providing networking opportunities through local and international events, and forums
- Fostering good relations and knowledge sharing through the evening sessions and quarterly branch meetings
- Promoting standards of operations and best practices through technical sessions
- Providing support to students and young professionals through the local Young Professionals Network
- Providing professional recognitions and guidance on the route to chartership
- Providing support to Universities through learning affiliate membership and accreditations to approved training centres.

EI Nigeria delivers the Energy Sustainability Conference, an annual event designed to help chart a pathway to a sustainable energy future in Nigeria.  Click here for more details.

Affiliate and Associate members in Nigeria are entitled to a 50% discount on EI membership.  Please use the code EINIGERIA21 when registering to receive the discount.

Energy Institute Nigeria
11th Floor, New wing
Oriental Hotel
3, Lekki-Epe Expressway
t: +234 (1)295 6299

Committee contact

Osten Olorunsola FEI
Position: Chairman
Bayo Adaralegbe FEI
Position: Vice-Chairman
Ibilola Amao
Position: Young Membership Officer
Dorothy Bassey
Position: Vice Chair (Membership)
Abolore Solebo
Position: Events committee
Yewande Abiose
Position: Managing Director
Mahmud Modibbo
Position: Honorary Treasurer
Emmanuel Ogagarue
Position: Honorary Secretary
Francis Anatogu
Position: Publicity Secretary
Chinedu Ogwus CEng /MEI
Position: Continuing Education Officer
Chris Nwokolo CEng/MEI
Position: Education Adviser
Osas Owieadolor
Position: Position: Ex-Officio Member
Toyin Bassey
Position: Committee member
Nneka Amucheazi MEI
Position: Membership Development Committee
Dolapo Oni
Position: Research and Knowledge Advisor

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EI Nigeria YPN AGM

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Publications and documents

YPN Connect 18th April 2019.pdf

Evening Lecture - 24/05/19

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