An indigenous energy company, Seplat Energy Plc., has partnered with Health Emergency Initiative (HEI) to build the capacity of secondary school students on CPR and First Aid skills necessary
Seplat Energy Plc, a Nigerian independent energy company, has dragged two online publishers - Persecond News Limited and Street Journal Limited, before an Imo State High Court for alleged libel. The firm has also asked the court to order each of the news steads to pay ₦100 billion in general and exemplary damages. The online…
Despite the provisions of the Petroleum Industry Act (PIA), stakeholders have expressed worry that policy flip-flops by the Federal Government, as exhibited in the ExxonMobil
There are looming concerns in the upstream segment of the nation’s oil and gas industry except for the Nigerian Upstream Petroleum Regulatory Commission (NUPRC) taking proactive
The last may not have been heard of the controversial acquisition deal between the indigenous oil exploration firm, Seplat Energy and International oil firm ExxonMobil.
President Muhammadu Buhari has reversed his approval of Seplat Energy’s purchase of ExxonMobil’s Assets. Special Adviser to the President on Media & Publicity, Femi Adesina, had, two days ago...
President Muhammadu Buhari has consented to the acquisition of Exxon Mobil shares in the United States of America by Seplat Energy Offshore Limited, as part of Nigeria’s drive for Foreign Direct Investment in the energy sector.
The under-exploitation of hydrocarbons in Nigeria only put the country at producing just one per cent of the world's daily oil output, Chief Executive Officer, Seplat Energy Plc, Roger Brown, has said.
If there is any landmark achievement recorded under the incumbent Muhammadu Buhari administration, the unveiling of the new Nigerian National Petroleum Company Limited (NNPCL) passes as one.
Energy demand in Nigeria and other African countries is expected to see increased growth over the decade amidst current realities, resulting in growth for energy companies.
Hundreds of residents in Benin City, yesterday, benefited from Seplat Energy’s free eye care program tagged, "Eye Can See", under its Seplat Joint Venture (JV) Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative (CSR).
Stakeholders, yesterday, in Abuja, raised concerns about the growing level of deforestation triggered by activities in the oil and gas sector in Nigeria.