Nigeria LNG aims to double production to 40 million tonnes a year

Will Green is news editor of Supply Management
2 January 2014

Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas (NLNG) is expecting to double its share of global production over the next 15 to 20 years.

NLNG is planning to expand plant capacity by 40 per cent by building a new production line at a cost of around $15 billion to increase its current world production share of 10 per cent.

In an exclusive interview with Supply Business, Babs Omotowa, managing director and CEO, also said the company would be refurbishing existing plants and investing in new ships, with the aim of producing around 40 million tonnes of liquefied natural gas each year.

Read the full interview with Babs Omotowa in the January 2014 edition of Supply Business.

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