The NLNG management team stated this, while receiving the
The Deputy Managing Director, NLNG,
Giving an overview of the NLNG's production performance, General Manager, Chima Isilebo, said "in line with the Federal Government's vision of generating as much revenue from gas as metric tonnes of LNG per annum now produces 22 million metric tonnes of LNG with progressive plans for a seventh train, expected to raise production to about 30 million tonnes."
Isilebo, in a statement signed by the General Manager, External Relations, Kudo Eresia-Eke, said NLNG has successfully pioneered gas monetization and is currently the 4th largest supplier of LNG in the world, making it a large-scale LNG plant by world standards. He said NLNG used to be the third largest supplier but that it is gradually losing the market to international competitors, which have continued to expand their businesses. "It is therefore imperative that NLNG increases its production in order not to lose more market share."
Speaking after the guided tour of the plant, Yakubu, who expressed satisfaction at the significant contributions of NLNG to
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