For the first time in decades, NNPC has announced abysmal results to the chagrin of Nigerians. NNPC released its 2015 full year results and it showed a shocking N267 billion loss. See some highlights from the report below; \u2022 706,242,496 barrels of crude were lifted during the year \u2022 Value of crude lifted for the year was $37,558,046,367 \u2022 Three of the countries three refineries posted combined losses of N82 billion. \u2022 KRPC, PHRC and WRPC posted losses of N34.6, N23 billion and N24.3 billion respectively \u2022 PPMC also posted a loss after subsidy of N57 billion during the year \u2022 The biggest contributor to the loss was however its Company Head Quarters which posted a loss of N162.7 billion \u2022 The report did not show operating expenses which would have shed more light into how efficient its operations are. Shells to Sack Workers This report comes as Shell announced its plans to cut jobs to reduce cost. This was made known by Shell\u2019s Chief Executive, Ben van Beurden, during a webcast on its 2015 fourth quarter and full year results earlier this week. He said that the plan was part of holistic changes the company was undertaking to restructure and refocus its operations this year. A Nigeriam spokesperson for Shell, Precious Okolobo, declined to state specifics but industry insiders have said that it would be mostly contract staff. The Shell Chief executive said the company was making substantial changes by reorganising its upstream, reducing costs and capital investment to enable Shell respond to lower oil prices. The National President of the Nigeria Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers (NUPENG), Igwe Achese has however said the union will resist any attempt to cause job losses in the oil and gas sector.