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Mr. Haruna Momoh

Wrong Haruna Momoh?

Managing Director

Petroleum Product Marketing Company
Petroleum Products Marketing Ltd
4 Latimer Street
Romsey , Hampshire SO51 8DG
United Kingdom

Company Description: Petroleum Products Marketing Ltd. has been established to compliment the activities of the fast developing downstream oil based production companies formed created...   more

Employment History


  • MBA
    Federal University of Technology
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Also at the session, Managing Director ..., 2 Dec 2013 [cached]
Also at the session, Managing Director of the Petroleum Product Marketing Company (PPMC), Mr Haruna Momoh made a presentation which highlighted some of the efforts and challenges being faced at ensuring sufficient petroleum products supply to the Nigerian consumers. He also presented a draft performance target for PPMC.
For Haruna Qmoye Momoh, the ..., 3 Mar 2012 [cached]
For Haruna Qmoye Momoh, the managing director of Petroleum Products Marketing Company (PPMC) the last one year has been one which has seen his leadership qualities tested. And while there might have been challenges, perhaps he can beat his chest and say, it has not been a wasted twelve months.
Momoh was not new to the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) set-up. He started his career as the in-house counsel to NNPC for Eleme Petrochemical Complex Project from 1988 to 1996. He later became the legal adviser, Eleme Petrochemical Company Ltd (EPCL) between 1997 and 1999. Perhaps in recognition of his leadership qualities, the management of NNPC made him the company secretary and legal adviser of EPCL in May 2000 to September 2005. He was later deployed to Nigerian Petroleum Development Company (NPDC) as company secretary / legal adviser from 2005 to 2006. By that year (2006), Momoh became the company secretary/legal adviser of the Pipelines and Products Marketing Company Limited. He was at this post till 2010.
Speaking at the end of 2011, Momoh displayed deep knowledge of the office fate had thrust upon him. Addressing his staff, he told them that 2011 was perhaps the most challenging year in terms of ensuring that products got to consumers without disruption in the distribution chain.
But it was not simply the pipelines that Momoh made priority.
Momoh said they had to draw manpower resources from within to save costs. But that was not all. Areas of challenge in terms of distribution of products have always been in the northern part of the country. Momoh told his colleagues at the PPMC that this had also been addressed to some extent.
"We re-commissioned system 2CX using line reverse pumping of product to both Minna and Suleja Depots. We also resumed pumping of products to Gasau and Kano depots in the course of the year," he said, adding that although the rehabilitation of the Kaduna/Jos pipeline was not without challenges, the successful re-commissioning of the pipeline resulted in product availability in the Jos depot. He also disclosed that the pipeline segment from Atlas Cove to Mosimi was also rehabilitated, thus heralding the resumption of productdeliveries to all depots in System 2B.
Securing Facilities, Ensuring Quality Products...
In years gone by (and many will argue the cankerworm is still very much around), one of the challenges consumers of petroleum products faced was that of adulterated products. While the management of the PPMC might beat its chest and say it had tried to nip this, it is still there. Momoh said the PPMC had tried to deal with this by procuring high-tech product quality certification equipment which has since been deployed to areas of critical need. With this equipment, he stated: "we were able to achieve one hundred percent (100) success on quality certification of all grades of products and zero reports on products contamination, was achieved. Many, however, would argue that they would have to be convinced more that Momoh had actually done this.
It has often been argued that it is not the office that is always the issue but the personality of the occupant of the office. In the last one year, one thing that has helped the chief executive of the PPMC is the fact that he had in-depth knowledge of the company before his appointment. This helped him settle down and he did not have to be asking for any important information from any ground staff before he could take decisions.
A source close to the PPMC told THISDAY that Momoh might not have achieved much in the past one year if he were brought in from another organisation.
And these continued throughout the year but Momoh had to move in.
"Let me tell you that the security of both lives and facilities were threatened within the year, but we summoned courage despite cash flow challenges, to install CCTVs for surveillance in Atlas Cove and other strategic locations and this exercise, though expensive, will be a continuous one and would be extended to all areas of operations in due course," he assured employees.
However, in his twelve months in charge, industrial harmony is one area where Momoh deserves some kudos. While he admitted though that much still needs to be done in the area of staff welfare, the fact that the company did not record any significant industrial dispute in the year is a testimony to sound management system. And he pays tribute to the unions too.
And by the time this is convened and issues discussed, no doubt the giant strides of Momoh at the PPMC would not go unnoticed.
Protests over fuel prices rise in Nigeria – BackStory - Blogs [cached]
They say Nigeria must know that Haruna Momoh the MD of PPMC and Deziani Allison Madueke Minister for Petroleum has been demanding and pocketing N50 per litre of Kero and petrol produced by local Refineries since Jan 2011 till date. The reason they gave to marketers is that it was marketers contribution to Jonathan's election, but it has continued even after the elections.
That the govt should probe Nezor SA and Tridax SA two companies owned by the Peroleum Minister run by her junior brother. This two companies in the last 16 month of her tenure has from nowhere become one of the few companies lifting crude oil and one of the largest beneficiary of the subsidy.
The marketers want Nigeria to probe the new list of briefcase companies now lifting crude oil because they paid minimum of $1 million to Momoh and Deziani.
NOGintelligence, 28 Jan 2015 [cached]
The Managing Director of the Pipelines and Product Marketing Company (PPMC), Haruna Momoh, has drawn attention to the worrying decline in Nigeria's crude oil reserves after revealing that crude oil reserves were down to 31.81 billion barrels from 37.2 billion barrels in 2011. Momoh was speaking at the Oil Trading and Logistics Conference in Lagos recently.
It would be recalled that Haruna ... [cached]
It would be recalled that Haruna Momoh, Managing director of the NNPC's Pipelines and Product Marketing Company (PPMC) recently told the House of Representatives' Sub-committees on Petroleum Resources (Upstream), Petroleum Resources (Downstream) and Justice that "The 445,000 barrels allocated to PPMC per day is not fully utilised by the local refineries.
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