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Savannah Energy revenue increased to $230.5m in full Year 2021 Annual Results

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By Victoria Onehi

Savannah Energy PLC, the British independent energy company has  announced that the Full Year total revenues increased to $230.5m which was 7% higher than FY 2020 total revenues of $215.9m. 

This was stated in its 2021 Annual Report and Audited Accounts (“Annual report”) released recently.

CEO of Savannah Energy, Andrew Knott in a Statement said:

“2021 was a fantastic year for Savannah. Our Total Revenues12 and Adjusted EBITDA2 grew by 7% year-on-year to US$231m and US$175m respectively. We organically increased our Net 2P reserves by 20% to 77.7 MMboe.

“We announced our potentially transformational acquisition of a large portfolio of upstream and midstream assets in Chad and Cameroon, which upon completion we now expect will more than double our corporate free cashflow.

” We established a Renewable Energy Division which, post period, has signed agreements for up to 750 MW of large scale greenfield solar and wind projects. We successfully renewed and amalgamated our Niger PSC areas, paving the way for the progression of our intended 35 MMstb R3 East development and a return to exploration activity in the licence areas. Our performance against key industry sustainability metrics relating to HSE performance, carbon intensity, senior management gender diversity and local employee ratios remain industry leading.

“Looking forward to the rest of 2022, I am confident in where we are as a business. We expect to deliver on our financial guidance. We expect to complete our entry to Chad and Cameroon during Q3 2022 and to likely announce further hydrocarbon acquisitions. We expect to further grow our Renewable Energy Division, with several new large-scale greenfield opportunities under review and negotiation. We expect to finalise the refinancing of our Nigerian debt and to announce the development and exploration plans for our assets in Niger.”Knott said.

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