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Why NLNG abandoned Nigeria’s ship registry

Why NLNG abandoned Nigeria’s ship registry

Contrary to belief by some stakeholders that the Nigerian Liquefied Natural Gas, NLNG, prefers its vessels registered abroad, facts have emerged that the company which has a large fleet of ocean going ships, abandoned registration in Nigeria because of substandard registry. All vessels, according to the rules of the International Maritime Organisation, IMO, are expected… READ MORE

‘Nigeria LPG market needs discipline, maturity to attract investors’

‘Nigeria LPG market needs discipline, maturity to attract investors’

The Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) market in Nigeria, which experts say is about a $10billion market waiting to be harnessed, is said to require more discipline and maturity to be actualized. Speaking recently in Lagos, during the seventh Annual Nigeria Liquefied Petroleum Gas Association (NLPGA) Conference and Exhibition, the Director of Marketing Development, World LPG… READ MORE

How to deepen LPG distribution, usage, by NLNG

How to deepen LPG distribution, usage, by NLNG

The nigeria Liquified Natural Gas (NLNG) has identified  railway as a viable option to achieve deeper distribution of Liquified Petroleum Gas (LPG) and boost its local consumption. Specifically, it says Port Harcourt offers such opportunity for the expansion of the LPG distribution market to the East and the North via the railway network, adding, however,… READ MORE

‘Why Cooking Gas Price Has Not Crashed in Nigeria’

‘Why Cooking Gas Price Has Not Crashed in Nigeria’

The President of the Nigerian Liquefied Petroleum Gas Association (NLPGA), Mr. Dayo Adeshina has explained that the price of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG), better known is cooking gas has not crashed to the expectations of Nigerians because infrastructural challenges have hindered the plan by the Nigeria LNG Limited to bring one LPG vessel from its… READ MORE

Stakeholders seek more attention for domestic gas market

Stakeholders seek more attention for domestic gas market

Stakeholders in the oil and gas sector have reiterated the need for managers of the Nigeria gas sector to rethink and change focus towards developing the local gas market. The industry experts while sharing their thoughts on the recently approved national gas policy observed that without losing track of the international gas market, government focus… READ MORE

FG To Save $1.5bn Annually On Nigerian Gas Project

FG To Save $1.5bn Annually On Nigerian Gas Project

The federal government would be saving about $1.5 billion annually if the Natural Gas Vehicles project, an initiative that was first introduced by Nigerian Gas Company, NGC, in 1989 is sustained The Project reportedly achieved a modest success with the only downside being the unavailability of Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) stations. It was learnt that… READ MORE

NLNG Upgrades Three Jetties in Lagos to Boost Cooking Gas Supply – Tony Attah

NLNG Upgrades Three Jetties in Lagos to Boost Cooking Gas Supply – Tony Attah

The Managing Director of Nigeria LNG Limited, Mr. Tony Attah has stated that the company has invested N150million to upgrade three jetties in Lagos to boost Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) supply to domestic market. Speaking when he visited cooking gas terminal facilities in Lagos yesterday, Attah said the money was used for the refurbishment and… READ MORE

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