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President Muhammadu Buhari, on Tuesday officially unveiled the Nigerian National Petroleum Company Limited and declared that the new entity was henceforth free from institutional regulations.

Buhari, who made this public at the Presidential Villa, Abuja, stated that the oil firm would conduct itself under best international business practices.

He said that the provisions of PIA (Petroleum Industry Act) 2021, have given the Nigerian petroleum industry a new impetus, with an improved fiscal framework, transparent governance, enhanced regulation, and the creation of a commercially driven and independent national oil company that will operate without relying on government funding and free from institutional regulations such as the Treasury Single Account, Public Procurement, and Fiscal Responsibility Acts.

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The president revealed that the development will conduct itself under the best international business practice in transparency, governance, and commercial viability.

The President said the government was transforming the petroleum industry to strengthen its capacity and market relevance for current and future global energy priorities.

The President further noted that coincidentally, he, on July 1, 2022, authorized the transfer of assets from the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation to its successor company, the Nigerian National Petroleum Company Limited, and steered the implementation leading to the unveiling of Africa’s largest national oil company today.

He then thank Almighty God for choosing him to consistently play an important role in shaping the destiny of the national oil company from the good to the great.

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NNPC Limited will operate as a commercial, independent, and viable NOC at par with its peers around the world to sustainably deliver value to its over 200 million shareholders and the global energy community while adhering to its fundamental corporate values of integrity, excellence, and sustainability.

He said NNPC Limited was mandated by law to ensure Nigeria’s national energy security is guaranteed to support sustainable growth across other sectors of the economy as it delivers energy to the world.

Buhari stated that It is therefore his singular honour and privilege on this historic day of July 19, 2022, to unveil the NNPC Limited, with a focus on becoming a dynamic global energy company of choice to deliver energy for today for tomorrow, for the day days after tomorrow.

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