……..PAT stands at N674bn In 2021

The Nigerian National Petroleum Company Limited [NNPC] Ltd) has recorded a profit growth of 134.84%, declaring a whopping profit after tax of N674 billion for the financial year ended Dec. 31, 2021.
The percentage figure represents the difference the profit in review and the N287 billion profit declared in 2020, which was recorded under the old Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC).

Breaking the news a press conference in Abuja, the group chief executive officer of NNPC Ltd, Malam Melee Kyari, said the company progressed to a new performance level, climbed higher by 134.8 per cent year on year profit growth.

Kyari also said that it recorded an increase in total assets from N15.86 trillion in 2020 to N16.27 trillion in 2021. Speaking on the group’s financial position, Kyari said the corporation’s total liabilities decreased by 8.3 per cent to N13.46 trillion during the review period from N14.68 trillion in 2020.

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The GCEO said its shareholders funds position rose N2.81 trillion representing 144 per cent year-on-year. “The performance would have been greater if the operations in the year under review were free from incessant vandalism, crude oil and products theft, among others.

“Details of the performance of NNPC and the respective subsidiaries as well as that of National Petroleum Investment Management Services (NAPIMS) will be published on our website www.nnpcgroup.com for stakeholder’s perusal.

“We look forward to achieving greater performance to support our growth aspirations and to create more value for our stakeholders as we drive full commercial operations under NNPC Ltd.,’’ he said.
He recalled that in Sept. 2021, President Muhammadu Buhari approved the publication of the 2020 NNPC group audited financial statement, in which NNPC declared a profit after tax of N287 billion for the first time in 44 years.

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Kyari said that in spite of the challenging operating environment, it strongly believed that the corporation had the potential to sustainably deliver better value to it esteemed shareholders.
He said it sought to become a dynamic global energy company of choice to its customers, partners and over 200 million shareholders comprising of all Nigerians.

Kyari noted that the corporation in 2019 rolled out deliberate policies and initiatives aimed at reducing costs and eliminating losses while adopting technology to entrench transparency, accountability and performance excellence (TAPE) across its various functions.
Kyari said the company had recorded significant improvement over the past three years.

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