ExxonMobil appoints Adesua Dozie Vice-Chairman of its Nigerian Affiliates

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Adesua Dozie has been appointed as the Vice-Chairman of the Boards of the Companies, effective as of yesterday, June 12, 2023, according to ExxonMobil affiliates in Nigeria, Mobil Producing Nigeria Unlimited (MPN) and Esso Exploration and Production Nigeria Limited (EEPNL).

She served as MPN and EEPNL’s Executive Director and General Counsel before to being appointed.

Dozie joined MPN as general counsel in November 2019 and was promoted to executive director on December 30 of the same year.

Dozie is a senior legal advisor with more than 20 years of experience working with global corporations in Africa across a wide range of industries.

She has an LL.B. in law from the University of Buckingham in the United Kingdom and an LL.M. in law from Cornell Law School in New York.

She earned her bar and solicitor credentials in Nigeria before being accepted to the New York bar.
Dozie has provided advice on numerous significant transactions all over the African continent, utilising her in-depth understanding of the legal and regulatory landscape to support regional growth and reinforce corporate governance and compliance practises among various business groups.

She is dedicated to creating and enhancing inclusive work cultures and is a passionate champion for supporting diverse talent.

ExxonMobil upstream affiliates run a number of joint venture concessions and deepwater production sharing contracts in Nigeria that are currently focused on big secondary oil recovery projects, natural gas liquids and gas monetisation, and sizeable investments in the creation of local content.

Esso Exploration and Production Nigeria (Offshore East) Limited, EEPNL, and MPN are the ExxonMobil upstream affiliates that are active in Nigeria. The businesses have a distinguished past, validated expertise, and a track record of making significant contributions to Nigeria’s development.

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