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Assa North-Ohaji South gas project to produce 600m/scf every day



The progressing Assa North-Ohaji South gas improvement venture in Imo State will deliver 600 million standard cubic feet (SCF) of gas every day, vitality likeness around 2,400 megawatts which will give continuous power to about 2.4 million homes.

Overseeing Director, Shell Petroleum Development of Nigeria Limited (SPDC) and Country Chairman, Shell Companies in Nigeria, Osagie Okunbor, revealed this in Lagos on Monday amid the media dispatch of the 2019 release of the Shell in Nigeria Briefing Notes.

SPDC took the last speculation choice on the Assa North-Ohaji South venture last December giving a noteworthy force to the local gas goal of the Federal Government for expanded power age and industrialization. While giving the breakdown of the gas creation, Okunbor said that 300 million standard cubic feet for each day would be prepared at another gas handling plant possessed by the SPDC Joint Venture, while the staying 300 million will go to a proposed gas handling plant by Seplat Petroleum.

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He stated: “The undertaking would be a noteworthy distinct advantage as Nigeria continued looking for vitality adequacy and monetary development as we hope to develop the local gas showcase.”

Okunbor included that the SPDC and its joint endeavor accomplices, which incorporate the NNPC, Total and Agip, would keep on investigating different regions of help for the extension of local gas supply and keep on making speculations under the right conditions.

The Assa North-Ohaji South Gas Development venture positions top among the Federal Government’s seven necessary gas improvement ventures went for quickening Nigeria’s yearning for vitality adequacy and assorted mechanical development.

Talking further on the organization’s gas advancement system, SPDC’s General Manager, External Relations, Igo Well, said Shell was changing to a gas-arranged business and at present records for around 10 percent of Nigeria’s household gas the majority of which is utilized for power age.