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Shedrack Eneogwe, Owner

Since 2003, Mr. Eneogwe has served as the Chief Executive Officer of Macchalis International Ltd. out of Apapa Lagos, Nigeria.  In this role, Mr. Eneogwe has been responsible for coordinating all marine bunkering activities for the business, including overall supervision of operations and the management of financial and physical resources.  Additionally, Shedrack Eneogwe has carried the task of all human resources expectations for Macchalis International as well as providing staff members and the Board of Directors with current and accurate information to best perform their job.

As the Company’s leader, Mr. Eneogwe spearheads the formulation of policies and planning recommendations to submit to the Board, and is particularly concerned with growing operations worldwide.  He maintains a total of 15 years in the marine industry, and was employed by LAMIP Investment Ltd. as the Bunkering Manager prior to and during the first two years of launching Macchalis International.  He was also the Bunker Manager for Pokat Nigeria Limited, Equitorial Energy and JS Shipping.

During the period between 2000 and 2005, Shedrack Eneogwe held a General Manager position for LAMIP, a promotion he received after serving as the Bunkering Manager from 1998 to 2000.  In those two years, he was expected to coordinate all bunkering activities for supplying petroleum products to vessels near its Apapa, Lagos headquarters.  He liaised with customers and delivery teams to communicate schedules, and was responsible for designing and implementing sales promotion activities to support revenue and customer acquisition targets.  Shedrack Eneogwe has earned diplomas in Shipping and Bunkering Management from Lloyd’s Maritime Academy in London, and completed his formative education through an Oxford Bunker Course via the organization Petrospot in Oxford, London. He attended the University of Oxford, Department of Continuing Education in 2008 with a major in Psychology and Religion.


The Love of Humanity

Next to being a successful Entrepreneur in his country Nigeria, Mr. Eneogwe has always made active efforts to promote human welfare.

His philanthropic spirit combats poverty, supports education, healthcare and also energy technology. His efforts to bring out the best human potential are well recognized in his own country. His focus is on the quality of life for everyone.

Mr. Eneogwe owns and operates the Company’s Long Beach branch.  As CEO, he has been overseeing all operational, financial, and human resources functions for the Company, in addition to coordinating all bunkering activities.

Mr. Eneogwe is a member of The International Bunker Industry Association (IBIA)



What does the future hold for the global shipping and bunker industries as new rules develop?

Mingling and exchanging views with influential professionals in the shipping and bunkering industries in a top-notch social environment.

Mr. Eneogwe regularly attends conferences world wide:

2008 – Sustainable Forum, Washington D.C.
2009 – Bunkering Symposium, Antwerp, Belgium
2009 – Sustainable Conference, San Francisco, CA
2010 – Oil and Shipping Africa, Accra, Ghana