Guns, but no Roses

July 13, 2019

Boom & Gloom

July 6, 2019

Timing is everything

June 28, 2019

Dangerous Skies

June 22, 2019

A Tale of Two Gulfs

June 15, 2019

Bulls battered…. Bears boisterous!

May 31, 2019

Bulls battered….
Bears boisterous!

Strange Times

May 25, 2019

The drums of war are beating yet again

May 11, 2019

Hyde Lubricants

November 14, 2017

Hyde Energy has recently introduced its own brand of lubricants which will address all the major areas of customer demand. With a rapidly expanding industrial profile, a growing transport sector and a population approaching 200 million, the Nigerian market represents an unparalleled commercial opportunity for our products.

The development of the Hyde Energy branded range of automotive lubricants is a logical extension of our business activities throughout the oil and petroleum products value chain.

Our range has been carefully structured to meet the needs of virtually every type of industrial and transport machine used in sub-Saharan Africa including petrol, diesel and special purpose engines such as aviation, marine, construction, manufacturing, agriculture, power generation and distribution. The product options encompass synthetic, multigrade, monograde, specialty oils for tailor-made applications and all types of greases.

Please follow the link Hyde Lubricant Guide for additional information on our range of lubricants.

Nigeria’s NNPC finalizing $6 billion worth of oil-for-product swaps

May 20, 2017

London, May 18 (Reuters) – Nigeria’s state oil is in the final stage of signing $6 billion worth of deals to exchange more than 300,000 barrels per day (bpd) of crude oil for imported gasoline and diesel.

Hyde Energy Limited is one of the 10 contract awardees of the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) $6 billion crude oil for exchange for gasoline contracts elevating Hyde Energy Limited status in the Nigerian Oil and Gas industry.

The following is a list of the 10 groupings

Trader/ Refinery Local Partner(s) Volume (minimum expected)
Trafigura AA Rano 33,000 bpd
Petrocam Rainoil/Falcon Crest 33,000 bpd
Mocoh Heyden 33,000 bpd
Cepsa Oando 33,000 bpd
Sahara SIR 33,000 bpd
Mercuria Matrix/Rahmaniya 33,000 bpd
Socar Hyde 33,000 bpd
Litasco MRS 33,000 bpd
Vitol Varo 33,000 bpd
Total Total 33,000 bpd
10 groupings 330,000 bpd