Wednesday, 29 June 2022

IIPELP Consultancy
IIPELP consultancy services focuses on areas such as; Energy Economics, Government Revenue, Taxation, Business and Policy Analysis and Strategy. We undertake economic evaluation of government revenue, taxation and energy related projects incorporating evaluation of risks and appropriate strategies for value creation. Our nuanced analysis enables investors and their financiers assess the value of petroleum assets for purposes of acquisition and or disposal. The analysis covers the entire government revenue, taxation and energy value chain. As a consulting organization we specifically handle the following:

  • Upstream asset acquisition
  • Portfolio Risk Analysis
  • Government Revenue and Taxation
  • Evaluation of strategic options in upstream, midstream and downstream petroleum operations
  • Commercial negotiations of gas purchasing and supplier agreements
  • High client tariff economics for oil and gas
  • Electricity tariff and other regulatory rate setting negotiations
  • Market Analysis and strategic business intelligence
  • Corporate restructuring and business modeling.


IIPELP also brings advocacy to specific areas of public policy. These include Tax advocacy, consumer right, operational safety in the oil and gas industry, the economics of regulation, governance, role of state institutions in the creation of economic opportunities, impact of public policy and regulation on different stakeholders.



Training delivered is from the informal to formal in increasing levels of detail and complexity. For example membership confers access to informal training through reports and case studies. The Energy Academy further enhances skill levels through an elaborate programme of instruction in different modules and subject matters. IIPELP has identified four critical areas in which there are significant deficiencies in Nigeria and most African countries. These deficiencies are specifically in the areas of government revenue, taxation, energy resource management, energy regulation, energy economics, energy policy development and implantation. At IIPELP we call these deficiencies the four gaps. The first is the knowledge gap, the institutional quality gap, the legislative and regulatory gap, and the governance gap.

As stated above, law and economics are at the heart of human development. Law helps to build institutions; Economics offers the understanding, choices and opportunities that drive economic growth. These critical gaps are the subjects of specific training programs designed at IIPELP for engaging government as well as investors.



Post Graduate University Energy Degree
The highest level of training comes from the post graduate programme in Petroleum Economics and Strategy which is a combination of detail, analytical and computational study of Petroleum Economics, Economics of regulation in the energy sector and practical case studies delivered in a twelve month executive programme starting July 2016. IIPELP in conjunction with University of Port-Harcourt will be offering a Master of Science degree program in Petroleum Economics and Policy.

At IIPELP, we are at the forefront of the incubation of ideas and the application of same to the systematic resolution of energy related problems.



+234 818 422 1812,
+234 805 560 0015