Capital Oil & Gas Ind. Limited has a track record of providing social amenities to its host communities. At Tex Olawole Crescent, Ibafon, Apapa, Lagos where it has a trailer garage, the company solely funded a total reconstruction and upgrading of the road as part of its corporate social responsibility.
Similarly in 2006, the organization handed over a brand new class road situated off Enugu- Onitsha Road Expressway in Onitsha to the Anambra State Government..
As its policy of ploughing back to the society and as a way of alleviating poverty, the company gives free fuel to one thousand Motorcycle Riders (aka ‘’Okada ‘’ ) and commuter buses every week at its various mega filling stations across the country.
The company made a donation of two Toyota Hilux pick-up vans to Anambra and Lagos states Police Commands respectively in support of their efforts to combat crime and ensure adequate security of life and property. The Federal Ministry of Works, Lagos granted the company the permission to reconstruct roads and drainage on a section of the ever busy Oshodi- Apapa Expressway that leads to Capital Oil and Gas; and was achieved in a record time and handed over to the ministry.
In addition to the reconstruction of the road and drainages, Capital Oil and Gas also installed street- lights which have drastically reduced criminal activities within the area.
In recognition of the need to serve humanity, provide succour to needy and give to the society, the company through the Managing Director/CEO,established an Education fondation that awards scholarships to deserving students.
As a deliberate policy to help Lagos State Government decongest the roads leading to the nation’s main seaports, the company is constructing a truck terminal capable of holding 600 trucks at Amuwo Industrial Estate.