NLNG urges Nigerian firms to participate in $4bn Train 7 project

Nigeria LNG Limited (NLNG) has called on Nigerian companies to leverage current opportunities in the gas ecosystem by participating in the Train 7 project.

The Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, NLNG), Tony Attah, disclosed this in Port Harcourt yesterday, saying that the company was 100 per cent committed to a Train 7 project that will be delivered with the involvement of competent Nigerian companies.

He made this statement at a workshop titled, “Public Workshop on Nigerian Content for NLNG’s Train 7 Development” targeted at giving Nigerian companies information on how Nigerian content can be maximised in NLNG Train 7 project. The project is expected to ramp up the company’s production capacity by 35 per cent from 22 million tonnes per annum (MTPA) to 30 MTPA.

The workshop is the third held by the company in its bid to ensure Nigerian companies derives maximum value from its Train 7 project. The project, valued at over $4 billion, is expected to commence as soon as a Final Investment Decision (FID) is taken.

Source: The Guardian




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