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Seplat Petroleum Development Company

5 Jul
An article by Helen Oji published recently by The Guardian newspaper expressed concern about the future of the Nigerian stock market in the face of waning interest from millennials...
26 Jan
The Court of Appeal, Lagos Division has suspended an order of Mareva injunction, which froze the accounts of an oil firm, Seplat Petroleum Development Company in an alleged $85.8m debt between it and Access Bank.
6 Jan
Nigeria’s marginal fields licensing rounds have been the cornerstone of the country’s upstream local content development strategy since the early 2000 and previous rounds gave birth...
10 Dec 2020
To improve proficiency in the teaching profession, Seplat Petroleum Development Company has trained about 100 teachers and 43 Chief Inspectors of Education (CIEs) drawn from Edo and Delta States.
29 Jun 2020
Sell pressure continued at the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), amid negative sentiments fuelled by the rise in Coronavirus pandemic, exacerbated by the political crisis
29 May 2020
With Nigeria’s revenue from oil and gas dropping by N425.52billion in the first quarter (Q1) of 2020 to N940.91billion, according to the Minister of Finance, Budget and National Planning, Zainab Ahmed...
4 Dec 2019
With the announcement of mergers and acquisitions among indigenous players in the oil and gas industry, operators in the sector have stated that the move will further aid local content development.
2 Dec 2019
After a report condemned its move to appoint a foreign Chief Executive Officer, SEPLAT Petroleum Development Company has defended its decision to name Roger Brown as CEO. The firm insisted that the appointment was in compliance with the Nigerian Content Development Act "All the activities of SEPLAT as a corporate citizen are in fulfilment of…
29 May 2019
Despite the continent’s discoveries and potential in terms of oil and gas exploration, member-countries continue to face challenges of importing refined crude as they lack sufficient refining capacity. Seplat Petroleum Development Company Plc’s Operations Director, Effiong Okon, made this assertion during his keynote address at the Africa E & P Summit, held in London recently.…
15 May 2019
The bears strengthened their hold on the equity sector of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), following continued sell-off witnessed across virtually all the sectors, causing market capitalisation to plummet further by N23 billion.   Yesterday, the All-share Index (ASI) fell by 61.68 points or 0.22 per cent to 28,422.76 points. Accordingly, investors lost N23 billion…
7 Mar 2019
Transactions on the equities sector of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) reversed the upward trend to close on a downturn yesterday, following price depreciation...
1 Jan 2019
Investors’ appetite for highly capitalised stocks brought the equities market to a bullish close on the last trading day of the year, as the All-Share Index (ASI) rose by 1.27 per cent. Yesterday, the ASI was rose 392.78 absolute points, representing an increase of 1.27 per cent to close at 31,430.50 points; just as the…


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With travel restrictions being reinstated against a number of countries in southern Africa by the United Kingdom, United States of America and Singapore, among others..
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More reactions, yesterday, denounced the planned removal of petroleum subsidy and introduction of N5,000 transportation subsidy to 40 million Nigerians as announced by the Federal Government...
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Senator Ben Obi has faulted former Senate President Ken Nnamani’s claim of scuttling the alleged third term bid of ex-President Olusegun Obasanjo.
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A member of the Super Eagles squad to Tunisia ‘94 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON), Edema Fuludu, has said ‘too many diaspora players’ is a factor working against the team...
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The travel ban imposed on South Africa announced by the United Kingdom and other countries has thrown the tourism industry into chaos...