Proudly Exploring Africa
Atlas Petroleum International and its sister company Oranto Petroleum have an extensive footprint across the African continent, holding 19 oil and gas licenses in 10 countries. With an unrivalled knowledge of African petroleum sectors and plays, Atlas and Oranto seek to create long-term value with investment strategies that benefit ourselves and our partners, host countries and their citizens. Established by Nigerian businessman and philanthropist Prince Arthur Eze, our group has been proudly exploring Africa since 1991.
Atlas Petroleum International and Oranto Petroleum represent Nigeria's largest privately-held, Africa-focused exploration and production group.
The Atlas / Oranto group works to make a positive impact on our host countries across Africa.
Meet the executive team behind Africa's largest indigenous explorer by acreage.
The Atlas / Oranto group is well positioned to formulate contracts that are tailored to the needs of our partners and host countries, and to assist in the sustainable development of assets.
Block 2011A & 2011B
The massive Ondjou structure offshore Namibia is open to farm-in partners interested in continuing the exploration campaign.
After completing phase 1 of the PSC and identifying the highly prospective Aleta prospect, Altas seeks a partner to drill Block H.
The Cayar Shallow block is open to farm-in partners seeking to continue exploration in this highly prospective area.
St. Louis Shallow
Oranto entered the St. Louis Shallow block in 2015, extending its interests in Senegal's offshore sector.