Chris Ogiemwonyi Biography
Ogiemwonyi was born on 21 March 1951 to Mr. and Mrs. Agbonkpolor Ogiemwonyi in Benin City, Edo State, Nigeria. He attended Western Boys School, Benin City before proceeding to the University of Benin in 1969. He graduated in 1974, with a B.Sc. (Hons) in Applied Physics option in Electronics. He later attended the University of Ibadan. In 1976, he received a post-graduate diploma in petroleum engineering.
Chris Ogiemwonyi is a famous Politician, who was born on March 21, 1951 in Nigeria.
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Engr Christopher Aigbovbiosa Ogiemwonyi (born 21 March 1951) is a Nigerian politician and businessman. He was a former Minister for Works at the Nigeria Federal Ministry of Works. He was the retired group executive director of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation. As of January 2020, he is the President of Energy and Engineering Technology Consulting Group. He has held this position since 2011.
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Chris Ogiemwonyi is one of the richest Politician. Chris Ogiemwonyi is also listed on the elit list of Richest Politician born on March 21 . According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Chris Ogiemwonyi net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.
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In 1988, Chris Ogiemwonyi became the project leader (Petroleum Engineer) of the Nigerian Petroleum Development Company in Benin City. The company’s main objective was to compete as an indigenous Oil and Gas producing Company. Nigerian Petroleum Development Company was assigned four acreages, including OML – 65, which contained Abura Field. It produced 980 barrels (156 m) of oil per day.
In 1982, Ogiemwonyi resumed work at the Exploration & Exploitation Division of Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation. He was transferred to the National Reserves Evaluation as a project leader in 1985. While in office as a project leader, Ogiemwonyi coordinated all efforts in Dallas, USA by establishing a database for the oil and gas industry.
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Ogiemwonyi received his WASSCE certificate in 1969. In 1974 he became a B.Sc. holder in applied physics. His post-graduate diploma in petroleum engineering was received in 1976. He became a Doctor of Engineering Ph.D. (Honoris Causa) and a Doctor of Science Ph.D. (Honoris Causa) in 2008.
In November 2003, Ogiemwonyi was reassigned to the Nigerian Petroleum Development Company as managing director. His expertise contributed to the company’s production increase from 20,000 to 70,000 barrels (3,200 to 11,000 m) of oil per day. He served as chairman for the Project Monitoring Committee of Okono/Okpho Development Project, a strategic alliance between Nigerian Petroleum Development Company and Agip Energy Limited. He also served as Chairman for PMC of OMLs 64 and 66 Project, another strategic alliance between the Nigerian Petroleum Development Company and SINOPEC of China.
In 1999, Chris Ogiemwonyi was promoted to General Manager and was moved to National Petroleum Investments Management Services (NAPIMS) to oversee the Operations Division. He championed several projects as a general manager, including the Local content initiative of the Federal Government. Due to his service, Ogiemwonyi was appointed as the Group General Manager NAPIMS in 2001.
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Chris Ogiemwonyi began his career as a petroleum engineer at the Conversation Department in 1975. In February 1977 he was transferred to Shell Petroleum Development Company Warri. This transfer was enriched by a four and half month Advance Petroleum Engineering Programme in Shell’s Training Centre in the Hague, Netherlands.
In 1988, he was moved back to the Exploration Division of Exploration & Exploitation. He was assigned as head of the Petroleum Engineering Department Company to nurture the newly created Petroleum Engineering Department.
He became the field project leader in Abuja, as his company held the majority of assets from the then-defunct Tenneco. Ogiemwonyi raised the production level from 980 barrels (156 m) of oil per day to over 4,000 barrels (640 m) of oil per day in 1990. In 1992, he served as project leader for the Oredo Field Project. It was a Greenfield project that involved Kelt Energy, UK and IP Construction, Calgary. It involved the construction of an early production facility that made 10,000 barrels (1,600 m) of oil per day. It was expanded to process 30 million cubic feet (850 thousand cubic metres) per day at standard conditions.