NNPC information 43% drop in pipeline vandalism in Could – Nairametrics

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The Nigerian Nationwide Petroleum Company (NNPC), final Could, recorded a 43% drop in circumstances of willful harm of its oil pipeline infrastructure by suspected oil thieves.

This was disclosed in an announcement signed and launched by the company’s Group Normal Supervisor accountable for Public Affairs Division, Dr. Kennie Obateru, on Wednesday.


In response to him, the Could 2020 model of the NNPC Month-to-month Monetary and Operations Report (MFOR) indicated that 37 pipeline factors have been vandalized. This represents about 43% lower from the 65 factors recorded in April 2020.

Vandalised spots: Mosimi-Ibadan pipeline axis accounted for 38% of the vandalized factors whereas Atlas Cove—Mosimi axis recorded 19% of the breaks. Suleja-Kaduna logged 16% of the breaks, whereas different areas make up for the remaining 27%.

Obateru defined that in collaboration with the native communities and different stakeholders, the NNPC would constantly attempt to convey the malaise below management.

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Extra particulars: Shifting on, the Company gave particulars about how a lot was generated from the sale of merchandise in the course of the interval below evaluation. As an example, N92.58 billion was made out of the sale of white merchandise by PPMC in Could 2020.

Whole income generated from the gross sales of white merchandise for the interval stood at N2,393.88 billion, the place PMS contributed about 98.84% of the entire gross sales with a price of N2,366.15 billion.

Within the fuel sector, pure fuel manufacturing in Could 2020 elevated by 2.38% at 226.51 billion Cubic Toes (BCF) in comparison with output in April 2020; translating to a median every day manufacturing of seven,480.36million Commonplace Cubic Toes of fuel per day (mmscfd).

Likewise, the every day common pure fuel provide to fuel energy vegetation elevated by 5.87 per cent to 834mmscfd, equal to energy technology of three,128MW.

The NNPC’s Could report additionally famous that the group’s working income elevated by 15.33% or N31.68 billion to face at N238.33 billion, whereas expenditure for the month decreased by 0.76% or N1.81 billion, to face at N235.66 billion.


The Could 2020 report indicated a buying and selling surplus of N2.68 billion in comparison with the N30.81billion deficit posted in April 2020 when the impact of COVID-19 was on the peak, resulting in lowered demand with fluctuating costs.

The NNPC report mentioned the 109% upturn in income this month is the cumulative results of improved performances by a few of the company’s Strategic Enterprise Models.

Whereas the Nigerian Petroleum Growth Firm (NPDC) posted a surplus attributable to substantial development available in the market fundamentals as demand started a slight restoration, the Nigerian Fuel Advertising Firm (NGMC) recorded 257% elevated revenue attributed to improved debt assortment.


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