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NLNG in race for Train 7 implementation – MD


Nigeria LNG CEO Tony Attah says timing is critical to the success of its planned Train 7 project.Nigeria LNG’s efforts to fund the expansion of its LNG export plant on Bonny Island will be a test of the company’s hard-won financial credibility and determination to distance itself from political interference.

Innovation in energy storage wins NLNG’s $100,000 Science Prize


The Advisory Board of the Nigeria Prize for Science has announced “Nanostructured metal hydrides for the storage of electric power from renewable energy sources and for explosion prevention in high voltage power transformers”, a work by Dr. Peter Ngene as the winning work for this year’s The Nigeria Prize for Science, worth a $100, 000.

800 firms bid for 176 gas flare sites — Kachikwu

. Reps query $1.6bn contract variation

Minister of state for Petroleum Resources, Dr. Ibe Kachikwu, on Tuesday, laid to rest speculations that the Buhari administration plans to sell the Nigerian Liquefied Natural Gas Limited (NLNG) located at Bonny Island, Bayelsa State.

Final decision on Train 7 Plus very soon -NLNG

Nigeria LNG Limited has announced that the company, with the full support of its Board, is making steady progress towards achieving Final Investment Decision (FID) on its Train 7 Plus (7+) project during 2018.This phase of the company’s strategic growth programme will on completion upscale NLNG’s annual production capacity from the current capacity of 22 mtpa to 30 mtpa.

NLNG, FG, JBN sign N120bn Bonny-Bodo Road project Agreement


The construction of Bonny Island–Bodo road in Rivers State came closer to actualisation on Thursday as Nigeria LNG Limited (NLNG) signed a tripartite agreement in Abuja with the Federal Government and Julius Berger Nigeria Limited to part-fund the construction of the N120.6 billion road connecting communities in the state.

NNPC remits $285m to Federation Account in 6 months

…As NLNG gives reasons for recent cooking gas price hike 

..Cooking gas scarcity persists due to forex, lack of space at jetties – Suppliers

Ugo Amadi

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has blamed oil marketers in the country for the excruciating scarcity of kerosene and Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG), also known as cooking gas and the high price of the commodities across the country.

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