To Be Trained Over The Next 5 Years

Founded in August 2014, Oleum Academy is a skills development initiative born out of our commitment to raise the automotive maintenance standard in Nigeria.

It offers Automotive-mechatronics, lubrication and entrepreneurship trainings for mechanics and autotechnicians nationwide.

Our Oleum Academy mission is to contribute to the closure of knowledge gap by 80% and to ensure Nigerians have access to professional and technically sound automotive support.

Close Knowledge gap by 80%
Raise standards in the auto-repair industry
Empower auto-mechanics in Nigeria
Promoting car care consciousness

As a leading player in the Nigerian LPG market, we play a strategic role in enhancing the LPG value chain and have invested in varied initiatives to support quality and healthy living.

We are passionate about switching the nation from dirty cooking fuels to safer and cleaner cooking methods, via O-Gas.

In 2013, we partnered with the Lagos State Government on its Eko Gas scheme designed to deepen the acceptance of LPG and deliver on-lending facilities to help reach the bottom of the socio-economic class – amongst other initiatives.

Grooming Younger


Launched in 2016, OVH Energy Prodigy is inspired by the need to groom young Nigerian talents/ students through learning, mentoring and promoting creativity.

Our annual competition stirs young creative minds towards developing their constructive and cognitive skills. It also serves as a platform for proffering solutions to prevailing business issues.

This commitment is largely driven by the UN 2030 sustainable development agenda off promoting learning opportunities and improving literacy skills amongst young people.

OVH Energy remains committed to continually impact lives, especially that of Nigerian students, through learning.

Creative Writing
Encouraging a
Reading Culture
Literary Skills

So You Think You
Can Write?

The maiden edition with theme ‘Sustainable Solutions to Tackling Climate Change’ was won by a young female medical practitioner, Dr. Adetola Rachael Adeyeye in February 2016. Our first feature article writing competition winner stirred quite a surprise given the margin that lies between the practice of medicine and the literary world.

So You Think You
Can Write 2.0

The theme for the 2nd edition centered around proposing innovative ideas that could bring about social change in Nigeria. Our 2018 winner, Solomon Tolulope Oyakhire is a 23 year old first class graduate of Chemical Engineering from the University of Lagos; he is set to pursue his PhD studies in Chemical Engineering at Stanford University starting September 2018 as a Knight-Hennessy scholar. He learnt about the competition through his friend and is grateful for the opportunity to present his ideas through writing