The Nigerian Association of Liquefied Petroleum Gas Marketers (NALPGAM) was incorporated in the year 1986. This is made up of indigenous private companies with operating Gas Bottling Plant, licensed by Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) for the sale and storage of LP Gas nationwide. We also sponsor the Retailers for the purpose of licensing by DPR who are the nearest level to the consumers in the value chain of LP Gas distribution and marketing.

The requirement to have a formidable front for plying the LPG business pointed the way to the establishment in 1986 of the Nigerian Association of LPG Marketers (NALPGAM). Prior to 1986, foreign oil marketing companies dominated the LPG market. The formation of NALPGAM opened a fresh and new window of opportunities for indigenous players who hitherto were few and far between. Under the NALPGAM umbrella, indigenous LPG marketing outfits found their voice and started making their own contributions to enlightened discourse on the development of the market generally and on the unique technical and other engineering details of LPG.

NALPGAM meetings are held routinely and members discussed issues like the requirements of safety standards in the operation of bulk tanks and articulated trucks. Other issues that engage the attention of the Association include unfair trade tactics, touting, marketing, engineering and the environment. NALPGAM has thus become the mouthpiece of indigenous investors and entrepreneurs in the LPG industry. Parading a bright array of local entrepreneurs NALPGAM is deeply committed to the economic and social values of job creation, wealth generation and industrial growth.

As a way of making her modest contribution to the stimulation or excitement of enlightened discourse on the relevance, role and contribution of indigenous small and medium-type enterprises in the millennium, as a sine qua non for Nigeria’s overall national economic and social development. NALPGAM has continued to hold Annual General Meeting and Conferences on topical issues affecting the industries and our National life.

The membership of NALPGAM is about Two Hundred (200) regist Association is being administered by the Governing Council through the National secretariat and its four (4) zonal offices which comprises;

  1. Eastern Zone
  2. Mid-west Zone
  3. Northern Zone
  4. Western Zone

Industry Affiliation and Partnership

NALPGAM has affiliation as well as partnership with Federal and state ministries, Government regulatory agencies, local and international LPG bodies such as Ministry of Petroleum Resources, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, PPMC, NLNG, DPR, SON, LASEPA, Lagos Chamber of Commerce & Industry, NUPENG,World LP Gas Association (WLPGA). The WLPGA is the authouritative voice of the global LP Gas industry representing all sectors in the industry. The primary aim of the association is to add value to the sectors through driving premium demand for LP Gas, while also promoting compliance to good business and safety practices.

Our Structure

NALPGAM is a nonprofit organisation administered by the Governing Council who is usually elected at the completion of a term of two (2) years by members of the Association. The Governing Council draws on a wide spectrum of experience and knowledge, to effectively represent all members in developing strategic policies through the National secretariat and its zonal offices

The Governing Council of the Association for the year 2015/2017 is composed of the following eminent personalities:-





President Mr. Basil Ogbuanu (JP) Second Coming Gas Lagos
Deputy President Barrister Nosa Ogieva-Okunbor Ogievic Gas Benin City
Ag. Vice President (North) Mr. Azubuike Offor Chizufek Gas Nasarawa
Vice President (Mid-West) Engr. J.I. Nwaeze Kinmason Pet. & Gas Warri
Vice President (West) Mrs. A.O. Adesina Allan-Day Gas Lagos
Treasurer Mr. Sunday A. Ogunrinde Gas Messenger Ogun State
Financial Secretary Mr. Godwin Ude Petrogas Ltd Onitsha
Public Relations Officer Mr. John Yakubu Kerdol Gas Benin City
Immediate Past President Engr. M.A.O. Onabule Karon Gas Ltd. Lagos
Ex-officio Mr. M.N. Muomandu Zito Gas Onitsha
Ex-officio Mr. Kaide K. Kumane Kumoil Ltd. Warri
Ex-officio Mr. Nnam N. Nnam Namtex Oil & Gas Enugu
Ex-officio Mr. Nwanya Uzochukwu Trinity Gas Anambra
Ex-officio Mr. Okotie Jackson Hemson Gas Warri