Oil prices boost NNPC’s profit to N63.73bn in 4 months of 2018

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has leveraged the continuing rise in crude oil prices to earn profits worth N63.73 billion from its operations between February and May of 2018, the corporation’s financial and operations reports for the four months have indicated.

The report indicated that the NNPC started closing its monthly trade with surpluses in February, and continued even into May – the last month of the report. The report showed that within the four months NNPC earned N63.73 billion as profit. It earned N16.72 billion in February; N11.73 billion in March; N17.16 billion in April and N18.12 billion in May.

Despite these profitable returns within the months, the reports however showed the corporation still recorded consistent trading deficits in five of its subsidiaries which included its Ventures Strategic Business Unit; the Port Harcourt Refinery; Warri Refinery; Kaduna Refinery; and its corporate headquarters, all of which have been its loss-making centres.

Source: THIS DAY

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