All over the world, Nigeria is known as one of the countries were crude oil can be found and when refined, you can get PMS (Premium Motor Spirit), DPK (Dual Purpose Kerosene), AGO (Automated Gas and Oil) etc. which is used by virtually everybody making it a lucrative business to jump into.
The oil and gas business as we all know is a multi-billion dollar industry and the major source of revenue generation in Nigeria making it a competitive business as lots of top companies have taken over the business and are not ready to share with other start up. The oil and gas business requires a huge capital to start which also discourages people from going into. But there is a way you can also tap into the business and make some money for yourself.
In Nigeria, due to the difficulty of having steady power supply most organisation and business have to fall back to generators or bigger machines to generate light so their business can go on. As most of the generators, machines and even vehicles uses diesel to operate, you can use this medium to provide service to organisations.
How The Diesel Supply Business Works
Most big organisations such as Banks, Tele communication companies, hospitals, factories, manufacturing industries and so on rely on steady power supply to work, the demands for diesel is on the rise as they have to work every day. So this business involves you supplying diesel to these companies at a cost.
The diesel supply business is a serious business that requires lots of capital to start and if done properly can bring huge return on investment. There are lots of reasons why I prefer the diesel supply business to PMS as diesel is less expensive compared to PMS and when you check around most of the big generators and cars used by top industries no longer use PMS to run but diesel.
The business can be started but on small scale or large scale but for the purpose of this article we will be dealing with the large scale option.
Here are what you will need to start a diesel supply business in Nigeria
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