Indigenous firm, Nepal Oil & Gas Services Limited, yesterday, announced it has completed a major rebranding process to become Nepal Energies.
It said the rebranding reflects the new frontier in its quest to drive economic growth in Africa through the supply of clean energy.
The organisation was originally founded as a downstream and midstream player in the energy space in 2004 but expanded into the upstream business to cover the entire value chain of the energy sector a few years later. The movement was inspired by the success the organisation recorded within the downstream and midstream arms, respectively.
Its Group Managing Director, Mrs. Ngozi Ekeoma, said there abound opportunities in the energy sector, especially as people seek more sustainable ways to produce energy.
She said it was inevitable for Nepal Energies to be birthed at a time such as this, to provide easy access to clean, affordable and reliable energy, maximising its experience and capability as an indigenous energy provider in Africa.
She said Nepal Energies is transitioning to a clean energy major to reduce the environmental impact of fossil fuels and create a low-carbon world for all.
Following the brand unveiling ceremony that is scheduled for Thursday, December 15, 2022, the organisation would henceforth be referred to as Nepal Energies, with a new logo and brand guide that are in alignment with its commitment to clean energy and sustainable cities and communities in adherence to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals 7 and 11.
The new logo conveys the brand’s promise of reliability and commitment to driving economic growth through clean energy.