“The premier Native American Energy company”
“Maximize resources for the benefit of the Navajo Nation with respect for Mother Earth”
Navajo Nation Oil & Gas Company is a Federally chartered Section 17 Corporation issued December 23, 1997 by the United States of America Department of the Interior Bureau of Indian Affairs. The Navajo Nation Council accepted the Federal Charter for Navajo Nation Oil and Gas Company on February 5, 1998 with a vote of 62 in favor, 0 opposed and 0 abstained.
Navajo Nation Oil and Gas Company (NNOGC) is a fully integrated oil and gas company. Navajo Petroleum is the official brand of NNOGC. The corporate headquarters in St. Michaels, Arizona. The company's Downstream Retail/Wholesale operations is managed from the corporate offices. NNOGC's Midstream Running Horse Pipeline operations is operated from its Montezuma Creek, Utah and Farmington, New Mexico offices. Since 2008, Upstream operations primarily operated from offices downtown Denver, Colorado. NNOGC recently setup Upstream operations in Farmington, New Mexico to be located near its operating properties in the Paradox Basin and San Juan Basin.
In 2012, NNOGC had total direct and indirect payments to the Navajo Nation of $46.9 million. The company paid out $280,000 in scholarships and targets disciplines that support and align with the oil and gas industry. We work hard on being a good corporate neighbor and support numerous charitable organizations on the Navajo Nation. We are actively involved in the communities we conduct business.