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Wale Tinubu, CEO, Oando

Helios Investment Partners enters agreement to acquire 49% of Oando Gas & Power in $115.8 million deal

Oando has announced the execution of a definitive agreement with Helios Investment Partners to acquire 49% of the voting rights in Oando’s midstream business subsidiary, Oando Gas and Power Limited (OGP).

Big deal: Private equity firm Helios has invested in the petrol stations of energy company Oando.

Prospectors detect hidden gems for Nigerian private equity

Private equity (PE) investors, lured by the potential for rapid growth offered by industries serving Africa’s young, fast growing populations, are beating a path to Nigeria in search of bargains.

Wale Tinubu, CEO, Oando

Vitol partners with private equity firm Helios in $276M deal to buy 60% of Oando's downstream business

Nigeria’s Oando has agreed to sell a 60 percent stake in its downstream business to Vitol and Helios Investment Partners for $276 million, the energy company said on Tuesday.

Bolaji Osunsanya, CEO, Oando Gas & Power

Nigeria's Oando to truck compressed gas to industries

Oando Plc, a Nigerian energy company, is building a business to truck natural gas to industrial users whenever they are cut off from pipeline supply, an executive said.

Columbia University Africa Economic Forum (AEF) 2015 Speakers

Columbia University announces line-up of speakers ahead of April 11 African Economic Forum (AEF) in New York City

Columbia University’s Graduate Schools of Business, Law, and International and Public Affairs are pleased to announce details of the 12th annual African Economic Forum (AEF), the largest Africa-focused event to be held at the university.

Bob Diamond, former CEO of Barclays and current CEO of Atlas Merchant Capital

Why Barclays former CEO Bob Diamond is doubling down on Africa with his new investment outfit Atlas Merchant Capital

Standing outside the Belvedere Hotel, one of the busiest meeting places here in Davos on a bitter cold Swiss morning, are dozens of the most powerful business leaders waiting to get through security to attend a breakfast event at the 45th annual World Economic Forum.

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Wale Tinubu, CEO, Oando

Oando renews moves to list subsidiary Oando Marketing on the Nigerian Stock Exchange

Oando Plc is renewing moves to list its downstream subsidiary, Oando Marketing Limited (OML), as a separate entity on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE).

Wale Tinubu, CEO, Oando

Oando moves to Nigeria's top league with $1.5B ConocoPhillips deal

Nigerian oil company Oando completed a $1.5 billion deal to buy ConocoPhillips’s assets in Nigeria on Wednesday, catapulting it to be one of the top players in the West African country’s emerging indigenous oil and gas exploration industry.

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Oando completes $1.65B acquisition of ConocoPhillips' Nigerian assets

Nigerian oil company Oando (OANDO.LG) completed a $1.5 billion deal to buy ConocoPhillips’s assets in Nigeria on Wednesday, catapulting it to be one of the top players in the West African country’s emerging indigenous oil and gas exploration industry.

Wale Tinubu, Group CEO, Oando PLC

Meet Wale Tinubu, The Man Building Africa's Largest Energy Company (Part Two)

This is part two of an exclusive interview with Wale Tinubu, Group Chief Executive Officer of Oando PLC, a sub Saharan African indigenous integrated energy group.

Wale Tinubu, Group CEO, Oando PLC

Meet Wale Tinubu, The Man Building Africa's Largest Energy Company (Part One)

It has been more than two years since Wale Tinubu, Group Chief Executive Officer of Oando PLC, a sub Saharan African indigenous integrated energy group, described as the “plucky young eaglet,” covered Forbes Africa magazine.

Wale Tinubu, CEO, Oando

Oando Shares Surge on the Nigerian Stock Exchange following approval of $1.65B Acquisition of ConocoPhillips Nigeria

Shares in Oando Plc rose the maximum 10 percent allowed on Nigeria’s stock exchange on Friday after the oil firm said it had won government approval to complete a $1.65 billion acquisition of ConocoPhillips’ Nigerian assets.

Wale Tinubu

Nigeria's youngest oil baron: Wale Tinubu, CEO, Oando (Video)

Lerato Mbele speaks to Wale Tinubu about the future of oil and gas in a changing economy.