BREAKING: Tony Elumelu’s Heirs Energies Extends Gas Supply to Geometric Power as Abia Enjoys Steady Power

Heirs Energies has commenced the supply of gas to Aba’s Geometric Power PlantThis development follows ongoing jubilation in Abia over weeks of steady power supplyThe company says it is dedicated to lighting up Nigeria and supporting the journey towards economic prosperity<<<READ FULL ARTICLE>>> journalist Victor Enengedi has over a decade’s experience covering Energy, MSMEs, Technology and the stock market.

Heirs Energies has broadened its gas supply operations to cater to the recently inaugurated 188-megawatt power facility managed by Geometric Power Limited in Aba, Abia State.


It would be recalled that the inuaguration and commencement of the operations of the Geometric Power Plant marked a significant development in the power sector in Nigeria.

Since then, residents of Aba and its environs have been enjoying an uninterrupted power supply.

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Heirs Energies Extends Gas Supply to Geometric Power FacilityHeirs Energies manages OML 17 and its associated infrastructure, directing all gas production from OML 17 to the domestic gas sector.
Photo credit – Geometric Power, Tony Elumelu Foundation
Source: UGC

According to The Guardian, Heirs Energies currently serves TransAfam Power Limited, boasting a capacity of 966MW, and First Independent Power Limited (FIPL), which operates at a capacity of 541MW.

Additionally, the company extends its gas provisions to local distribution entities, various gas-dependent industries, and other industrial clients.

The Chief Executive Officer of Heirs Energies, Osa Igiehon, said the company’s ability to supply these major power plants demonstrates its dedication to lighting up Nigeria and supporting our country’s journey towards economic and social prosperity.

He said:

“We are not just participants in the energy sector; we are facilitators of growth and development, driven by a mission to ensure that Nigeria’s natural resources benefit its people.”

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Established in 2021, Heirs Energies manages OML 17 and its associated infrastructure, directing all gas production from OML 17 to the domestic gas sector.

The Punch stated that the company’s gas plant in Agbada, Rivers State, yields an output exceeding 80 MMSCFD (million standard cubic feet per day) of gas.

Heirs Energies operates under the guiding principle of advancing Africa’s interests through its natural resources, echoing founder Tony Elumelu’s Africapitalism philosophy, which prioritizes delivering economic and social advantages to stakeholders.

Additionally, the company holds stakes in recently listed entities such as Transcorp Power Limited, TransAfam, and Abuja Electricity Distribution Plc, alongside its role as an operator of oil-producing assets, exceeding a production rate of 50,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day (boe/d).
FG to sell five power plants

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Meanwhile, the Federal Government, through the Bureau of Public Enterprises (BPE), is looking at selling five power plants under its National Integrated Power Projects for N1.5 billion.

According to, Ignatius Ayewoh, BPE’s acting Director-General, confirmed an ongoing discussion to complete the sale.

Ayewoh noted that discussion on the transaction is ongoing, but it is yet to be concluded.

The sale of these assets is expected to attract both domestic and international investors keen on contributing to the modernisation and expansion of Nigeria’s energy infrastructure<<<READ FULL ARTICLE>>>