Nigeria LNG Limited (NLNG) has called on stakeholders in the domestic Liquified Petroleum Gas (LPG) value chain to invest in the supply of the product to ensure a reliable and steady stream of supply to the market.
Emmanuel Ubani, Managing Director, WAGL Energy Limited said discussions were already at advanced stages for the first in the lot. He said the move was part of several efforts by the company to take advantage of the opportunities in the energy transition space, adding that WAGL had embarked on developing infrastructure to take beneficial advantage in the emerging energy transition era.
The new vessels, MT BARUMK and MT SAPET have increased NNPC and Sahara Group’s joint venture investment to over $300million, approaching the JV’s $1billion gas infrastructure commitment by 2026. The fleet previously comprised MT Sahara Gas and MT Africa Gas. All the four vessels were built by Hyundai MIPO Dockyard, a foremost global manufacturer of mid-sized carriers.
Director, Governance and Sustainability, Sahara Group, Ejiro Gray, said energy access must be a critical part of the ongoing energy transition conversation, especially in developing economies.
The Commissioner for Environment, Victor Omofaiye, disclosed this in a statement on Saturday.
Alhaji Musa Ibrahim, the Managing Director of the Nigeria LPG, made this known during a two day sensitization workshop in Bauchi on Tuesday.
The milestone is coming just three months after the Company supplied its first Propane cargo into the domestic market and has developed a scheme to sustainably supply Propane for usage in cooking gas blending as well as in agro-allied, autogas, power and petrochemical sectors of the Nigerian economy to further deepen gas utilisation in Nigeria.
Specifically, the House urged the Department of Petroleum Resources (now defunct) to “immediately commence a raid on illegal Liquefied Petroleum Gas stations across the country to safeguard lives and properties of the people.”
Today, a kilogram is selling for as high as N750, more than double its price at the beginning of the year, even as I am holding my breath waiting for the next increase.
Its National Secretary, Olukayode Solomon, made the clarification in a statement issued on Wednesday in Lagos while commiserating with the families of the victims of the explosion.
The Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Timipre Sylva, disclosed this in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.
The experts also advised the Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas (NLNG) company to allocate enough gas to meet local consumption demand, up to 1.2 metric tonnes, to eliminate impact of foreign exchange.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that prices of food items and cooking gas have shot up by 30 per cent.
The DPR North East Operations Controller, Agada Jerome, made this known on Friday in a statement in Maiduguri.
Mr Bassey Essien, Executive Secretary, NALPGAM, made the appeal in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Wednesday in Lagos.
Mr Victor Ohwodiasa, the state Operations Controller of DPR, disclosed this when he spoke with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Eket, headquarters of Eket Local Government Area of the state on Thursday.
Ayorinde Cardoso, Zonal Operations Controller, DPR, Lagos, confirmed the development on Tuesday.
The National Chairman of LPGAR, Michael Umudu, gave the figure in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Lagos on Thursday.
Bassey Essien, Executive Secretary, NALPGAM, made this known while speaking with the News Agency of Nigeria on Tuesday in Lagos.
President Buhari said this on Tuesday at the commissioning of the Integrated Gas Handling Facility and LPG Processing and Dispensing Plants built and operated by the Nigerian Petroleum Development Company, an Upstream Subsidiary of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation in Oredo, Edo State.