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Our operations

A rich portfolio of productive assets

Operations across eight blocks

Seplat Energy has oil and gas assets in the prolific Niger Delta, close to export terminals and major demand centres

Upstream operations

Seplat Energy has a significant track record of maximising value from Upstream oil and gas assets.

OMLs 4, 38 & 41

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OML 40

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OML 53

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OML 55

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OML 283

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Ubima

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Midstream gas

Seplat Energy provides 30% of processed gas used for electricity in Nigeria, with new capacity coming onstream in 2022.

Oben Gas Processing Plant

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ANOH Gas Processing Plant

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Sapele Gas Processing Plant

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2020 Working interest 2P reserves

241
2019: 252
Liquid MMbbls
1,501
2019: 1,494
Gas Bscf
499
2019: 509
Oil equivalent MMboe

2020 Full-year average daily production

Gross
74,869
2019: 53,996
Liquids bopd 1
Gross
225
2019: 291
Gas MMscfd
Gross
113,689
2019: 104,135
Oil equivalent boepd
Working interest
33,714
2019: 23,935
Liquids bopd
Working interest
101
2019: 131
Gas MMscfd
Working interest
51,183
2019: 46,498
Oil equivalent boepd
  • 1 Liquid production volumes as measured at the LACT unit for OMLs 4, 38 and 41. Volumes stated are subject to reconciliation and will differ from sales volumes within the period. Based on preliminary compilations.
Built a strong safety culture
20.5 million

Man hours without fatality or LTI at Seplat Energy’s western assets as at 30 June

Our business

Through partnership and commitment, we support Nigeria’s economy and create value for all our stakeholders.

Our governance

Seplat Energy’s primary aim is to meet Nigeria’s energy needs in a responsible way.