The Major Oil Marketers Association of Nigeria was established in 2001 as a MOC, to represent the collective interests of the Nigerian petroleum industry and address the distribution/ allocation challenges amongst petroleum marketers. In August 2006, MOMAN was incorporated as an advancement to standardize the affairs of the MOC. 

MOMAN plays a strategic role in the advancement and regulation of industry standards, addressing a range of common issues relating to the distribution and marketing of petroleum products. MOMAN serves as an advocate on behalf of the players in the Nigerian downstream sector, proactively engaging with key stakeholders, providing expert advice and communicating industry views to the government, the public and local media. It also serves as an information hub for all industry related enquiries.

MOMAN’s industry efforts includes promoting industry transformation, setting HESQ industry standards, collaborating to reduce supply and logistics costs, developing and exploiting relevant data capture and analysis amongst others.

The association has a team of 10 highly skilled full-time staff and 25contract staff, led by an Executive Secretary/ CEO. MOMAN staff are independent of the member companies, who are major stakeholders - 11 Plc., Conoil Plc., Ardova Plc., MRS Oil Nigeria Plc., OVH Energy Marketing Limited, Total Nigeria Plc. and NNPC Retail.

The association is proficiently supported by 12 committees made up of member companies. They are:

  • Health, Environment, Safety and Quality

  • Operations (MOC)

  • Apapa Operations & Logistics

  • Budget & Internal Governance

  • Import / Supply

  • Strategy

  • Legal and Government Policy

  • Chemicals/ LPG/ Lubricants

  • Aviation

  • Engineering & Renewables

  • Product Sharing

  • Corporate Communications Committee