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Honeywell Oil Announces Name Change, Expansion of Corporate Focus

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Honeywell Oil and Gas Limited, one of the leading indigenous oil and gas marketing companies, said it has officially changed its business name to HOGL Energy Limited. In line with this change, a new logo has been unveiled.

The company’s website and email addresses have also changed effective September 15th 2016, while all other details and organizational structure remain unchanged.

Speaking on the name change, the Managing Director, Olatokunbo Amosu said, “Honeywell Oil & Gas Limited has recently undertaken an extensive rebranding effort and is now marketing under the name; HOGL Energy Limited. The change of name is in line with our renewed business focus, which is to position the company to take advantage of emerging opportunities in Nigeria, indeed West Africa’s, oil and gas market. This name change therefore reflects the current and future direction of the company.”

Amosu reiterated that the company, with over two decades of business presence in the industry, has established a name and an enviable pedigree for itself in the marketing and distribution of petroleum products within and outside Nigeria.

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