Total Upstream Nigeria Limited refutes the reported allegations of bribery and potential conflict of interest


Provision of Vessels by Indigenous Contractors: Total Reaffirms Commitment to due process and Zero Tolerance for Corruption

In a statement released by rene Jerry-Iyoha (mrs) Public Relations Officer, EXPLORATION & PRODUCTION Corporate Affairs & Services Directorate External Relations Department saying Following a petition from the Indigenous Vessels Operators Association of Nigeria to the Senate Committee on Local Content, Total Upstream Nigeria Limited (TUPNI) and National Petroleum Investment Management Services (NAPIMS) attended a meeting with the Senate Committee on Local Content on the 9th of January at which TUPNI and NAPIMS provided clarification on an ongoing call for tender for the provision of support vessels.

 

The statement further pointed out that following this Senate Committee meeting, some media articles reported allegations of bribery and potential conflict of interest in the contracting process.

 

Total Upstream Nigeria Limited wishes to state that it has strict Conflict of Interest and Compliance policies. Therefore,  reiterated that the Total Upstream Nigeria Limited also wishes to state that it rejects all forms of bribery and corruption.

 

“Total Upstream Nigeria Limited and its partners remain committed to the development of Nigerian Content and will continue to maintain strong and steadfast partnerships with the Nigerian government, NNPC and indigenous companies in developing the country’s hydrocarbon industry”

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