Lanre’s focus is on commercialization of new business opportunities, development of new power plants and gas monetization in oil and gas assets.
She has over 20 years’ experience in the oil and gas industry serving in various technical, business and commercial leadership roles in Nigeria, US and the Netherlands. She is a member of Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE). Her experience cuts across field operations, asset management, project management in green and brown oilfield assets, financial analysis, business planning and strategy, commercial and business development in oil producing and servicing multinational organizations.
Her experience working with Shell and Schlumberger in Nigeria and US includes project management roles in onshore and multi-billion-dollar deep water projects, development of production, facilities and drilling software portfolio strategies, management of global support and commercialization of engineering applications. She also operated and managed integrated oil and gas production assets, contributed to field development plans and activities and supervised commissioning, start-up and operations of gas gathering & processing plants
In Exterran US, she developed business plan and budgets for Middle-East and Africa (MEA), conducted qualitative and economic analysis for company-wide initiatives, provided recommendations to management and participated in the execution. She developed the Exterran Nigeria growth strategy, and led development and implementation of new business opportunities, including provision of gas solutions to indigenous and international oil companies.
Lanre holds an MBA from the Wharton Business School, University of Pennsylvania, USA, MSc and DIC Computing Science from Imperial College, UK and a BSc (Hons) in Mechanical Engineering from University of Ibadan, Nigeria.