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IOCs, Seplat, others to meet gas needs

International Oil Companies (IOCs), Seplat and other local players in the industry, will soon meet on the need to expand the domestic gas market and further make the product available to thermal plants across the country, it was gathered in Lagos.

How Nigeria lost $5 billion to Olokola, Brass LNG projects

Nigeria lost more than $5 billion to Olokola Liquefied Natural Gas (OKLNG) and Brass Liquefied Natural Gas (BLNG) because of bureaucratic bottlenecks, it was gathered at the weekend.

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