NNPC Generates N2.34trn From Petroleum Products’ Sale in 1 Year
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he Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) generated a total of N2.345trillion as revenues from the sales of petroleum products in the one year period from May 2020 to May 2021, according to the latest monthly report from the state-owned oil company.
The May 2021 edition of the NNPC monthly financial and operations report (MFOR) released in Abuja yesterday also showed that Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) contributed N2.336 trillion, which represents 99.61 per cent of the total sales.
The report also showed that total sales of petroleum products for the period of May 2020 to May 2021 stood at 18.651 billion litres and PMS accounted for 99.69per cent of total volume.
Month-on-month, the NNPC recorded total crude oil and gas export sales of $219.75 million in May 2021, representing 180.29 per cent increase in sales from the previous month of April 2021.
Crude oil export sales contributed $181.19 million (82.45 per cent) of the dollar transactions compared with $4.22 million contribution in the previous month, while the export gas sales component stood at $38.56 million in May 2021.
In the downstream sector, the report indicates that the Petroleum Products Marketing Company (PPMC), a downstream subsidiary of the NNPC, posted a total sum of N295.72bn from the sales of petroleum products in the month of May 2021 compared with N220.13billion sales in April 2021.
In terms of volume, the figure translates to a total of 2.241billion litres of white products sold and distributed by PPMC in the month of May 2021 compared with 1.673 billion litres in the month of April 2021.
In May 2021, 64 pipeline points were vandalised representing a 39.13 per cent increase from the 46 points recorded in April 2021. The Port Harcourt area accounted for 65 per cent and Mosimi and Kaduna Areas accounted for 30 per cent and five per cent respectively of the vandalised points.
NNPC in collaboration with the local communities and other stakeholders continuously strive to reduce and eventually eliminate this menace.