According to the notice, Avuru will be considered a “good leaver” on his retirement.
Seplat Petroleum reported total revenue of N80.1 billion in H1 2020.
The reasons for this could be the crisis that we saw in the global oil sector.
The figures only refer to their annual remunerations as the highest-paid directors.
The notification is in conformity with the rules of the Nigerian bourse on the obligations of the issuer.
Eyes have naturally been on the company in a bid to try to keep up with its changing structure.
Nigerian billionaires recorded more losses than gains amid COVID-19 due to the volatility of the stock market occasioned by the killer disease.
A cursory view of the financial statement shows that the company booked N47.5 billion in impairments, as the company decided to revalue its oil and gas...
Seplat Petroleum is considering acquiring more oil and gas assets as it looks to expand its portfolio in the oil industry.
In the Nigerian equity market, 2019 was not a very good one for many investors as the NSE All-Share Index ended the year with a 14.6%...