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BRIEF: CNPC announces tender to sell sulfur in Turkmenistan [T...

June 29--A branch of China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) in Turkmenistan announces a pre-qualification process for the tender. The subject of the tender is to sell lump and granular technical sulfur. The approximate monthly delivery volume ... Bloomberg, 1 day ago

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National Petroleum Corporation Spent Trillions 'Illegally'

Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) spent nearly half of the money it earned in three years and remitted the other half to the federation account, it was revealed yesterday. The corporation earned N8.1trn from crude oil sales from 2012 ...
 AllAfrica.com5 hours ago Stakeholders attribute NNPC Board dissolution to infractions  Vanguard20 hours ago Nigeria's Federal Government begins probe of NNPC  Energy Mix Report8 hours ago NEC Accuses Former Minister Okonjo-Iweala Of Spending Unapproved $2.1Billion  Uncova11 hours ago

NNPC Spent N3.8 Trillion in 3 Years Without Approval NEC

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation ,NNPC, spent N3.8 trillion in three years without approval, the National Economic Council, NEC, has revealed. The revelation was made when the Edo State Governor Adams Oshiomhole in the company of his ...
 BizWatchNigeria12 hours ago FG: Without Approval, NNPC Spent N3.8trn in Three Years  This Day Online1 day ago FG - Without Approval, NNPC Spent N3.8 Trillion in Three Years  Individual.com5 hours ago
SweetCrude Reports | How did NNPC's N3.8trn disappear?

Lagos - The federal government have set up a committee to uncover how the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) spent N3.8 trillion in three years, reports The Nation . The four man committee is made up of; Governors Adams Oshiomhole ...
 News24 Nigeria10 hours ago NNPC explains alleged indebtedness to WRPC back- up workers  SweetCrude Reports1 day ago North set to take over NNPC  DangoteNews.com1 day ago ?National Economic Council Raises Panel To Probe NNPC's Missing N3.5tr  NigerianHerald.com1 day ago

Motorists Accuse NNPC Stations of Adjusting Pumps

By Motorists in Ilorin, Kwara State, have accused petrol stations and outlets belonging to the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) of engaging in sharp practices. The motorists alleged that what they got was less than what they paid for.
 AllAfrica.com1 day ago

『 Sinopec prepares to build new oil and gas port for Ghana 』

Sinopec International Petroleum Services Ghana Limited, a subsidiary of China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation (SINOPEC) of China, will help the Ghana National Gas Company Limited (GNGCL) to build a multipurpose port facility. The facility to be ...
 ECF1 day ago Sinopec prepares to build new oil and gas port for Ghana Jun 30, 2015  Alexanders Gas & Oil Connections2 hours ago 『 Rosneft Working With Sinopec on Payments in National Currencies 』  ECF1 week ago

PREMIUM TIMES EXCLUSIVE: How NNPC Pocketed Half of Income Generated in 3 Years!

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, generated about N8.1trillion between 2012 and May 2015, but paid only N4.3trillion to the federation account, Edo State governor, Adams Oshiomhole, said Monday, citing new details from the federal ...
 Naija Lately21 hours ago EXPOSED: In 3 Years, NNPC generated N8tn, Gave us N4.3tn & Big Men Shared The Rest  Uncova10 hours ago In 3 Years, NNPC Generated N8.1 trn, Gave Nigeria N4.3 trn, Pocketed the Balance $20 bn  NigerianHerald.com21 hours ago

All Revenues from NNPC, others Must be Paid into Consolidated Revenue Fund Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari has given the directive that all revenue generating agencies such as the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS), Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), ...
 BizWatchNigeria5 hours ago All revenues from NNPC, others to be paid into Consolidated Revenue Fund  Energy Mix Report9 hours ago Collection: Petroleum Revenue Tax and government revenues from UK oil and gas production  Government UK11 hours ago Press: Remittance of revenue, knock on same sex marriage, excess crude money  StarAfrica.com9 hours ago
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NNPC kept nearly half of oil revenue NEC

The National Economic Council (NEC) has declared that theNigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) earned 8.1 trillion naira ($41 billion) from 2012 until the end of May, but only paid 4.3 trillion to the federal government, Reuters reports. ...
 Energy Mix Report23 hours ago UPDATE 1-Nigeria's oil company kept nearly half of oil revenue - NEC  Reuters Africa1 day ago Nigeria's oil company kept nearly half of oil revenue NEC  Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide6 hours ago | Oil company kept nearly half of oil revenue  News24 Nigeria12 hours ago

NNPC cleansing: Buhari may sack Head of Service, Danladi Kifasi

President Muhammadu Buhari's recent sack of the 9-man board for the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), is being viewed by many as the beginning of his move to clean the oil sector. DAILY POST has gathered that other Nigerians who in one ...
 NigerianHerald.com11 hours ago
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