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Nigeria is one of the biggest oil producing nation in the world with a very huge crude oil deposits around the entire South South, South East, and South West region of the country, both tapped and untapped. Everything about oil is money, from exploration to exportation and marketing (crude or refined product), etc. You can save yourself from the stress of starting a new business – CLICK HERE to invest with me. The profit is bountiful and guaranteed.

Further to being oil producing nation, Nigeria is also one of the biggest consumer of oil products in Africa with about 40 million litres said to be consumed everyday. Why not? All the millions of cars and trucks on the Nigerian roads run on PMS or AGO (petrol or diesel) everyday.

Almost every home in Nigeria have Generator that work sometimes all day to power our homes (I’m writing this article with my laptop powered by generator right now), and most of these millions of generators used in Nigeria run on petrol and diesel.

The Factories, Businesses, Schools, Hospitals, in fact everything in Nigeria depends of power generated privately from petroleum products consuming sets. And all these oil products are dispensed almost 100% through Petrol Filling Stations.Therefore, If you can lay your hands on petrol filling station of your own, to market all these products, you’re in for money. The demands for oil related products are very high, and suppliers seems to just can’t be enough. Even the major oil marketers like Mobile, Total, Oando, Texaco, and so on are always looking for individual (would be) marketers who have the needed finance and logistics that they can sponsor in this business.

Prices of Petroleum Products in Nigeria

The current commodity prices for these petroleum refined products are high, and that guarantees more profits for marketers – As at now, the prices of petroleum products are:

Petrol – N97.00 per litre
Diesel – N150.00 per litre
Kerosene – N130.00 per litre

These means that in Nigeria where 40million liters is said to be consumed daily on Petrol alone, a total of 97.00 x 40,000,000 =  N3,880,000,000 are spent on fuel daily by Nigerians!

Now let’s assume you buy a full tanker load of fuel with maximum load capacity of 30,000 litres. When the product is completely sold which usually takes less than six days to sell (depending on where your Petrol Filling Station is and the demand at that time), the cash returns expected from one tanker of each of the petrol product sells will be:

A Tanker of Petrol = N2,910,000

1 32k Tanker of Diesel = N4,500,000

One  Tanker of Kerosene = N3,900,000

The Expected Profit Return from the sale of these products = N3,200,000. This means, in a week or so, if all the products are sold, you’ll be making profit of 3million Naira!

Don’t forget that the subsidy removal is not yet over, so the prices are bound to increase further high within the coming months. If there is any time you must invest in Petrol Marketing Business, it has to be now.

Your Petrol Station need not necessarily be in the city like Lagos, Abuja, Enugu, Port-Harcourt, etc. It can be located in the rural area as these areas are always neglected by the major marketers who prefer the urban areas. Having your Petrol Filling Station in the rural area is far less expensive to set up and to maintain and still guarantee sustainable profit.

In case you’re ready to hit the ground, here is a practical guide and requirements on how to go about setting up your Petroleum product marketing business either in rural or urban area. Enjoy it and drop me a feedback below in the comment box after reading!

Types of Oil Marketers in Nigeria

There are two types of Petrol Marketers: Dependent Marketers and Independent Marketers. Each of them have both advantages and disadvantages. You’d need to understand these very clearly before choosing which one to go for. You can only be one at a time except you have enough investment capital to build more than one petrol station, use one for Franchise and the other for Independent Marketing.

Who is a Dependent Oil Marketer?

You are an Dependent Marketer when you holds the Franchise of a Major oil Marketer to market under their name with your own facility fully branded by them. You’ll need to be clear on what the advantages are as that will help you make proper decisions. In my own opinion, it seems the advantages of being a Franchisee of a major marketer is more than the disadvantages


1. You will build your business off the brand of The Major Marketer or what I called under the ‘umbrella’ of a Major Marketer.  The Major Marketers are the established brands like, TEXACO, Mobil, AP, Oando, Total, etc.

2. You will be riding on the back of your chosen Major Marketer and inherit their customer base within where your business is located, and as they keep marketing their brand, you keep making business off the popularity.

3. You wouldn’t need to assign Agent and representative to be at the depot on your company’s behalf, your Major Marketer already have that cover for you.

4. You wouldn’t have to pay for your petroleum products using bank draft, you pay directly into your Major Marketer’s account, taking away the hassles that come with it.

5. You will be having your products delivered directly to your filling station and on time by your chosen Major Marketer as they already have the logistics.

6. You will have no business with advertising, your Major Marketer overall brand advertising does that for you too. You just seat back while they do the marketing for you.

7. You will be enjoying some high level of logistic support from a well established brand and build your business off their credibility.


1. You will miss out from the opportunity of building your own brand and pushing your name forward.

2. You will also miss out from gaining higher profit margin per litre of petroleum products you lift because the prices of products from The Major Marketers are higher. And the subsidy thing too will elude you.

3. Your operation will 100% dependent of your Major Marketer’s terms and conditions and policies. You will be regulated by them, including the prices, and the products you sell.

Who is Independent Oil Marketer?

A Petrol Filling Station owner who run his business under his own name, buy products directly from NNPC and has a representative and assistant representative at the Petroleum Products Marketing Company (PPMC) depot by NNPC.


1. You run your business under your own chosen name and build your own brand and marketing logistics.

2. You lift products directly from NNPC Depots at lower prices and earn certain amount per every litre of petrol products you lift, and you can source your product anywhere you like.

3. You are free of another company’s policies and standards, you deal directly with the authorities and agencies. You do your business under your own policy and terms.


1. The minimum quantity of petrol product you can buy from NNPC Depot is one tanker of 30,000 litre that cost within 2million Naira. Therefore, you must find a way to afford it.

2. You must have your own tanker that will be transporting your products or you deal with haulage company which will cost money and delay sometimes in delivering the products.

3. You are in charge of marketing your brand, therefore you have to do some forms of advertising which cost money as well.

4. Payment for petrol products to NNPC requires bank draft issued in the name of NNPC and payable to The Central Bank of Nigeria in the state you intend to lift from. You must employ someone who will be doing that.

5. Each time you lift products, you pay the Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN) N5,000 for insurance and Association fee.

6. Movement of petroleum products on your own from the depots to your filling stations involves many risks, accidents, fire, extortion, and cost. You’ll have to bear all that.

7. Many times. you may find it very very hard to get a supply form the NNPC, but if you’re a Major Marketer’s Franchisee, you will get supply as much as you want, at any time you want it directly from them.

With these, you can now be able to chose the type of marketer you want to be, and having decided on your choice of marketing status, the next thing is to acquire a property and build your Petrol Station.

Building your Petrol Filling Station

1. Carryout research and feasibility study about the business structure and the location you intend to situate your business. This is very important as it will help your decision making and form part of your documentation.

Remember, you are making a huge investment, you need to carefully study your Intended Petrol Filling Station environment. After this, you proceed to get Approval to Construct.

2. Basically, your Petrol Filling Station has to be along the major road so that passing vehicles could easily have access to the facility.

3. Closeness to a busy area like motor park, round about, or market is a plus so that vehicles engaging in commercial activities in those area could easily branch and make use of your fuel station to have their tank refilled.

4. If your intended location is by the double lanes express-way, make sure the proposed land for your petrol station is close to a U-Turn or round about.


Two plots measurement of land is the minimum property requirement to build your petrol filling station. This will be able to afford enough space for vehicles to queue and make exit turns.

Carefully negotiate price for good landed property, the prices varies from places to places and locations to locations, no specific price could be placed on that here. You will need to find that out using property Agents.


After acquiring your property, do the documentation, carryout the proper land survey, and structural design. The next thing is to sink the Underground Storage Tank, these tanks varies in measurements: 30,000 litres, 35,000 litres, 40,000 litres, 45,000 litres, 60,000 litres, etc.

I recommend that you go for high volume tank, like the 45,000 and the 60,000 litres if you intend to be storing extra fuel. If you go for 30,000 litres underground tank and you intend to be lifting full tanker of 30,000 litres, then you will have to always wait until the last drop of fuel in that tank is sold before going for another turn.


The petrol station construction engineer will be able to handle that effectively, I wouldn’t go on to tell you the the measurements, construction specifications, and all that (those ones are matter of choices). The Engineers should handle that, but you will need:

A Bungalow

How big or small is entirely your choice depending on the space available and what else you want to add. Do you want Restaurant, Supermarket, and Car Wash? Then, you need bigger bungalow.

Canopy over you Pumps

The shade constructed over petrol station pumps is called Canopy, it protects the pumps and the petrol attendants against the sun and the rain.

Perimeter fence

It’s regulatory requirements to fence the three sides of your petrol filling station, leaving only the entrance open for entry and exit. If you’re on a T-Junction, only two sides would be required to be fenced, the rest two would remain open for easy entry and exit from both joining roads.

Hardcore flooring

Vehicles of different sizes and capacity would be making entry into your petrol filling station when operational. Your floor must be hardcore concrete to resist the pressure from these vehicles.

Standby Generator 

Do you need to be told that power supply isn’t stable in this part of the world? As far as petrol station is concerned, power supply is non stop throughout the the day, even when the business is closed for the day. Besides, standby generator is one of the requirement for approval.

3-6 Pumps (Electronic)

The pump that dispenses the fuel, you will need between 3 and 6 depending on your size and level of approval you get.

After all these have been done, next is to get your License and Approval, Click Here for the detailed procedures.

Staffing your Petrol Filling Station

Security – This is in my number one in the list of staffs because of the high security risk in the business of having a petrol station due to the expected flow of cash. Security in this country as you and I know is a total mess. Until the cashless policy becomes fully operational and adopted by every individual, security will always be a top priority in this business.

Armed robbers prefer to attack late at night and during the weekends when they hope to meet plenty of cash. Prepare to battle them in all front, enlist the services of private security operatives and pay them well.

Make sure you wouldn’t be leaving plenty of cash within your petrol station at all times, security or no security.


You will need 2 petrol attendants for each pump, they would be shifting between them, one person at a time. Multiple that by how many pumps you intends to have, that’s the number of attendants you need to employ.


This person will be in charge of handling the cash and keeping records of the cash transactions. Employ an Account and use functional efficient software to keep accurate record of you cash movements.


His duty is to go about making sure everything is in order, both the facility and the staffs. He sees to it that everyone is up to his task and he/she reports back to the manager.

This person must be very reliable and proficient at what he does, must not be a compromising individual.


He is the superior in charge of the overall function of the petrol filling station and must be experienced with the running oil business. Every other staffs reports to him while he in turn is accountable to you. Carefully chose this person, your business can be make or marred by him. I’ve seen managers run businesses down.

With every thing stated above in place, you are 100% ready for real business and good to go! When the cash starts flowing, don’t forget me here.

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  • Gorens Trading September 21, 2013

    Hi Darlinton,

    My Nigerian Broda I want say thank you for the work well done by using this web site to oppen the eyes of Nigerians Living outside. I am one of them, if you most know we Nigerian living outside have lost alot of Money because we do not know what to do and how to go about starting a Business in Nigeria, for that reason we fall in the rong hand in that process we lost all the money.

    I want you to know that since I discover your website I have been reading all the article you posted.

    Now I believe that all Nigerians will learn from your site, broda keep up the work.

    If start any business in Nigeria I will not forget you my broda.

    May God Almighty Bless The Work Of Your Hand. In Jesus Name, Amen.




    • Darlinton Omeh September 22, 2013

      Pls you guys should be careful who you partner with back home, especially from Nairaland. I found it so funny how people easily throw out emails and phone numbers here at first contact.

      Thank you for appreciating and make sure you tell others


    • Anonymous October 11, 2013

      This is brilliant and very detailed but do you have any recommended professional to do feasibility studies with?


    • TonyO July 11, 2016

      I am a Nigerian based in Boston and I have been in Nigeria for 3 months. I want to thank you for the great work you did here. Many have fallen into the wrong hands and lost all their savings and given up hope. You give hope to many who are truly looking to start making employment opportunities available to honest people at home. Thank you and God bless you.


  • edwin david October 1, 2013

    I lik dis. Is it applicable to diesel


  • Anonymous October 26, 2013

    Thanks. What a great help this will be. I'm very much enlightened,


  • roger lansdowne November 5, 2013

    please can you give me detailed procedure of getting License and Approval for building filling station. if you can recommended a firm that can help on this i will appreciate it.



    • Darlinton Omeh November 5, 2013

      Deji, there is article on that and I think if you browse with laptop, you'll be able to see it from the related posts. You can use the search box to locate it.


  • Anonymous January 1, 2014

    Do u know how to become an Independent Oil Marketer? Getting go contact to start up? If yes please share thank you.


  • Anonymous January 25, 2014

    I like your post thanks.you said it will be good to open the station in a rural area what about area that is not conneted to major roads?


  • Anonymous April 26, 2014

    This is good. You have done a great job. How do I start to sell Kerosine in osogbo with N2m?


  • Jidex May 15, 2014

    Hi Darlinton,
    Your article is full of vital information and you did not require any fee. God will continue to bless you. I reside in oversea and along with my friend we are putting about $150k together to go into oil and gas distribution. Continue encouraging we Nigerians living abroad so we can come home and invest instead of investing here. Thank you.


    • Darlinton Omeh June 12, 2014

      Jidex, you are welcome to invest at home… $150k will go along way in starting some oil businesses but you need to up it a bit (if possible) to make things lot more easier.


  • Jidex May 15, 2014

    Hi Darlinton,
    Your article is full of vital information and you did not require any fee. God will continue to bless you. I reside in oversea and along with my friend we are putting about $150k together to go into oil and gas distribution. Continue encouraging we Nigerians living abroad so we can come home and invest instead of investing here. Thank you.


  • Anonymous May 20, 2014

    Well done


  • Charles Onyebuchi May 27, 2014

    I appreciat ds article mr Darlinton. I hv to print and read it carfully. Bt my question here is: hw much does 35000 storage Tank go for? And also hw much is fuel pump?. Plz reply me here or via Twitter @stcharles_


    • Insumo Limited June 16, 2015

      Just got to read about this article on here. We are a petrol station construction engineer/consultant. We also build, calibrate and install Underground and Surface Petroleum Storage Tanks of different measurements, for your products.. But since Mr. Darlinton's policy is for us to leave out our email addresses or phone number, anyone seriously interested, could simply reply to this post. I'll do my best to respond and then we can make arrangements to meet in person.


      • ambelorun yusuff January 6, 2016

        please email me on the total cost of having a standard filling station in ogun state


      • Akin April 4, 2016

        Dear Insumo Limited,

        Kindly send your information and details for contact.
        Thank you.


      • Olamide April 4, 2016

        Please email me your contact details.



      • Steve Kolade May 16, 2016

        can u plz inbox me d price of 45,0000 and 60,000 underground storage tank for pms.


      • IdowuAdejuwonJoseph September 1, 2016

        pls kindly inbox me your contact as soon as possible, its urgent.


      • Bukdam August 7, 2018

        Kindly inbox me your contact information please. Thanks


      • Bukdam August 12, 2018

        Still waiting for your response on how to get in touch with you. Response will be highly appreciated.


      • Sammy O Abumere January 28, 2019

        Please inbox me your contact details,


  • Anonymous June 3, 2014

    what if somebody want to establish only diesel n kerosene filling station


  • Anonymous June 3, 2014

    what if somebody want to establish only diesel n kerosene filling station


  • wale mohammed June 6, 2014

    This is wonderful may God continue to bless you.


  • wale mohammed June 6, 2014

    This is wonderful may God continue to bless you.


  • wale mohammed June 6, 2014

    This is great may God bless


  • Anonymous June 12, 2014

    what about leasing a petrol station?


  • Anonymous August 4, 2014

    woahhhh…wonderful article. Thanks a lot. this great!!!!


  • Anonymous August 10, 2014

    Thanks. What are the requirement for Kerosene and engine oil.


  • Anonymous August 10, 2014

    Darlynton, you're a rare gem in this country and I dare to say that am sure many have been blessed after reading your business startup advise here. I have personally been blessed having just considered starting my very own Filling Station chain. I sure will remember you when the boom time hits.



  • Akanifiok Ido August 24, 2014

    God bless u and keep increasing you.


  • Anonymous August 31, 2014

    nice work, very nice of you, doing it for free, God bless you. you taled about starting as an independent person and u left out how to start as a dependent person.


  • Anka September 11, 2014

    Thanks. A good one, but am afraid the profit expectation may not be right. you said N3M? how many of the trucks are you going to sell to arrive at that net figure? Independent marketers make AVERAGELY N10 margin for each truck when they buy ex-depot. So for each truck of 33,000 litre capacity, the person is making 10 X 33,000= N330,000, so by the time the marketer sells 1 truck each of pms, diesel, Kero, you are expecting a gross profit of N330,000 X 3= N990,000 +/- after deducting the principal capital. Remember this profit is gross; by the time you factor in logistics costs- depot dues, ipman fees, nupeng etc, it pushes the profit down again. So, i don't know how you arrived at N3M as profit for selling 3 truck of product. May be you can throw more light on this for me to catch your logic.


  • Anonymous September 24, 2014

    Thank you so much my Mr. Darlington….cant stop studying your post and is helpful especially to those of us abroad


  • Anonymous October 13, 2014

    Why Oil and Gas is the Best Business Ever!

    It’s no longer news that Oil and Gas Business has produced a lot of Millionaires and Billionaires
    in the World and Nigeria is not an exemption. I mean, just take a look at this statistics below:

    Nigerian Billionaires and Top 30 Richest People (Entrepreneurs) in Nigeria!!!

    1. Alhaji Aliko Dangote – Dangote Group, (Manufacturing, Oil & Gas,)
    2. Mike Adenuga – Conoil, Globacom (Oil & Gas, Banking, Telecom)
    3. Femi Otedola – Forte Oil and Gas (Oil & Gas)
    4. Orji Uzor Kalu – Slok Group (Aviation, Shipping, publishing, manufacturing)
    5. Cosmos Maduka – Coscharis Group (Automobile, manufacturing)
    6. Jimoh Ibrahim – Nicon Insurance, Global Fleet (Insurance, transportation, Oil & Gas)
    7. Jim Ovia – Zenith Bank, Visafone (Banking, Telecom)
    8. Pascal Dozie – MTN Nigeria, Diamond Bank (Banking, Telecom)
    9. Oba Otudeko – Honeywell Group Nigeria, Pivotal Engineering, Airtel (Manufacturing, Oil & Gas, telecom)
    10. Alhaji Sayyu Dantata – MRS Group (Oil & Gas, construction)
    11. Umaru Abdul Mutallab – former Chairman First Bank Plc, Mutallab Group
    12. Prince Samuel Adedoyin – Doyin Group (manufacturing, pharmaceuticals)
    13. Dele Fajemirokun – Chaiman Aiico Insurance, Xerox Nigeria, Chicken Republic, Kings Guards (Insurance, Security, Technology, Food retailing)
    14. Chief Cletus Ibeto – Ibeto Group (Trading, manufacturing, Oil & Gas)
    15. Raymond Dokpesi – Daar Communication, AIT, (Entertainment)
    16. Tony Ezenna – Orange Group (Pharmaceutical, Oil & Gas)
    17. Chief Molade Okoya Thomas – Chairman CFAO Nig and other six french companies (Automobiles)
    18. Ifeanyi Ubah – Capital oil and gas (Oil & Gas)
    19. Leo Stan Ekeh – Zinox (Computer, technology)
    20. Fola Adeola – GTBank (Banking)
    21. Chief Ade Ojo – Elizade Motors Nig LTD, Distributor of Toyota cars (Auto retailing)
    22. Abdulsamad Rabiu – Bua Group (Oil & Gas, manufacturing)
    23. Folorunsho Alakija – Famfa Oil (Oil & Gas)
    24. High Chief O.B. Lulu Briggs – Moni Pulo (Oil & Gas)
    25. Hakeem Bello Osagie – Etisalat Nigeria (Telecom)
    26. Sani Bello – Amni Petroleum (Oil & Gas)
    27. Mohammed Indimi – Oriental Petroleum (Oil & Gas)
    28. Sir Emeka Offor – Chrome Group (Oil & Gas, marine)
    29. Chief Arthur Eze – Atlas Oranto Petroleum (Oil & Gas)
    30. Vincent Amaechi Obianodo – Young Shall Grow Motors, RockView Hotels (Transportation, hotels)

    Did you observe the HCD (Highest Common Denominator) in the above list?

    Most of Nigerian Multi-Millionaires and Billionaires are Oil Barons!!!

    And this is to show to you that (people like YOU) are making BILLIONS
    OF NAIRA every week, from this same Oil and Gas Business here in Nigeria.

    This Oil and Gas Business Sector will always boom, no matter the economy of the country.
    Until now, only the big guys like the listed above were able to operate in this business.


  • Anonymous December 13, 2014

    Good job.


  • charles ego May 31, 2015

    Please can you help me as I want to become an independent diesel vendor(though I don't have a truck) what do you think I should be looking at first


  • ambelorun yusuff January 6, 2016

    some one should just give us the prdicted amount of setting up a filling station


  • Frank January 19, 2016

    Thank you very much for this information but I will like to know the estimayed amount all this would cost


  • Habu Azare January 27, 2016

    This is interesting article and very helpful, I just started building a filling station and will appreciate a draft business plan/ detail feasibility study for a rural location to guide my future expectation in this business.


  • Habu Azare January 27, 2016

    Please I would like to know whether you have article on how set up bulk cooking Gas business. I am interested in becoming a major dealer and what are the DPR requirement.?


  • Hart April 8, 2016

    Am impressed at these details, pls I need to verify, if there is logistics company that handles all these, both building and other logistics needed that I can deal with directly. Thank you


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  • James Moses April 13, 2016

    sir do u know anyone or companies that can finance a filling station or any business like petroleum marker am serous about it.


  • James Moses April 13, 2016

    please I what to have a talk with any one that can finance me with agreement


  • fadamula April 14, 2016

    Thank so much sir


  • Femi Ogunsina April 19, 2016

    Thanks very much for this good work of yours but my question is on the lease option. I want to know if this would be a cheaper idea incase one doesn’t have enough capital to set up a new filling station.


    • John May 4, 2016

      How much you have
      We can share


  • Pato April 19, 2016

    Hi Dalinton

    I must say nice work you done here. I like some few people here are interested on leasing a filling station. Could you please throw more light on this.


  • Aminu vjctor April 29, 2016

    hi you are doing a great job.God bless you
    how much will it take me to get authority to construct (ATC) and for how long will the process takes


  • Gbenga Moses May 11, 2016

    Wow! You are so talented brother, I use to think of traveling abroad immediately after my BSc for greener pasture but you’ve opened my eyes to this great opportunity through most of your articles at least now I’m ready to stay and be my own boss. God bless you. Gbenga


    • Stedoil September 8, 2017

      And you didn’t put your contact. How do people reach you!Ste


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  • Sarah August 16, 2017

    Good evening all, my name is Sarah, I have a company and this is one business I want to establish. I need a sponsor or financier, I will pay back with interest. Call me on zero eight zero three seven five two eight one seven six or email me on: sarahmbah at yahoo dot com. God bless you.


  • Ahmed Rukayat Temitope August 21, 2017

    Please what is the best accounting package we are using for Petrol Station in Nigeria


    • Bigg Cirkle October 4, 2019

      Dear Ahmed Rukayat Temitope , are you a owner of a petrol filling station?…if you are, then this might interest you and it will be of great benefit to you. What if i told you there is a IOT device that monitors, records and report transactions being done on a pump dispenser, which means in real time without you been present at the filling station, you will know how much product in volume sales and cash your staff have sold…if you are interested and want to make enqiury about this device, kindly feel free to contact me.


  • Richard September 3, 2017

    I love what you do here sir, i have a related blog and i would like to work with you sometime because the ideas you have here are priceless especially for those us living outside the shores of Nigeria.

    Thank you once again


  • Stedoil September 8, 2017

    Good job n well done.


  • Anonymous April 13, 2018

    thums up bro thums up, keep the good work.


  • OCHUBA May 3, 2018

    thank you so much, i love what i read here and well understood.


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  • Stanley Onyebuchi May 21, 2018

    Hello I want to open a filling station but I need direction on how to register under total


    • Bigg Cirkle Ltd September 29, 2019

      Hello Mr Stanley Onyebuchi, i stumbled upon the blog site and read the owners article and people’s comments , well the information i have for you this might very be helpful to you and only those who have keen interest in not just opening a filling station and leaving it in total care of a manager to run the filling station without no clear transparency. What if i tell you that you as the owner can have full and complete control of your station from any where in the world without having to be present at your station while the daily business activities goes on at your station.


  • E,U C S. June 11, 2018

    Regards Dear.
    Just us know the estimate both of them.


  • Victor June 20, 2018

    Thank you mr Darlington for this wonderful article.
    I just found your blog on Google using the keyword. What you have here is simple and demystified.
    God bless you, I hope to meet with you some day.


  • Folarin Idris January 26, 2019

    I really appreciate you for throwing more light on how to go in term of investing in the Oil&Gas business,though I did ave the resourcess for now but is part of my agendas an wherever I ave the money for establish the huge project.


  • MikeOlu August 29, 2019

    Thanks for this piece. How can I get the contact of the Petrol site construction Engineer? Anticipating your response. Thanks


  • Emma December 21, 2019

    Thanks for this great piece of information.
    I think I have to some extent, the basic information I need as to start a filling station.
    Thank you!


  • Temitope June 29, 2020

    Hmm, I really love it. Thanks for the information.


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