Anambra billionaire oil mogul and President of Westfield Energy Resources Limited, Chief Henry Okolie-Aboh (Igiligi Uli) has taken delivery of his vessel for his oil business, ANAMBRA PEOPLE reports.
The ship named Kenenna after his son arrived at Lagos port and was received by Chief Okolie-Aboh in company of some of his friends.
Okolie-Aboh is an extraordinary businessman, who has against many odds risen above the ashes of pain and penury to becoming one of Nigeria’s biggest players in the oil and gas industry.
He started his professional career with Ordrec Investments Limited in 1996. Later, he worked as a relationship officer with FSB International Bank Plc and Guaranty Trust Bank Plc. At FSB, he worked as a team leader in ENSEC at its energy division managing the accounts of first-class oil service companies.
While at ENSEC, Henry worked at the Onne Oil and Gas Free Zone acquiring a wealth of experience in free zone operations, project management and supply chain management. With his team, he procured materials and supported the operations of companies like Chevron, Mobil, Shell, Total, Agip and others like the Nigerian LNG at that time.
However, in 2005, at 35, he floated Westfield Energy Resources Limited, thus, becoming one of the youngest CEOs. Over the past 15 years, his company has experienced impressive growth becoming a household name in Nigeria’s upstream sector which later extended to West Africa.
The company is actively involved in engineering, oil and gas equipment procurement, construction, and installation, with offices in Nigeria and Houston in the United States. Chief Okolie-Aboh has attended various training in subsea oil and gas exploitation at Harvard Business School in Massachusetts, US.