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Nigeria’s LNG shipments to Japan drop to 73,159metric tonnes

Data sourced from the trade statistics of Japan’s ministry of finance has shown that Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) shipments from Nigeria to Japan dropped to 73,159 metric tons (MT) in May, the lowest since April 2011, Daily Trust reports. The lowest LNG shipment from Nigeria to Japan was 63,033 MT in February 2011. Exports ever…
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Implementation of Gas Transportation Network Code ongoing – Ladan

The Director of the Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR),  Mr. Mordecai Ladan, while at a recent business forum, disclosed that the Nigerian Gas Transportation Network Code (NGTNC), an enabler that will entrench transparency, efficiency, fairness and non-discriminatory access to gas transportation networks, was already being implemented in the country, ThisDay reports. According to him: “In recent…
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NLNG kicks against proposed amendment to its establishment Act

The Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas Limited (NLNG) on Thursday at a public hearing organised by the House of Representatives Committee on Gas Resources opposed the proposed amendment of its Act by the National Assembly, ThisDay reports. At the public hearing on a bill to amend the NLNG Act, the Managing Director of the company, Mr.…
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Poor project delivery, vandalism bane of gas, power sectors – Ige

Immediate past Group Executive Director (GED) in charge of Gas and Power at the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Dr. David Ige has said that the two most critical challenges in the short term plaguing the power and gas sectors were project delivery and vandalism, ThisDayreports. Ige said there were many gas supply projects that…
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