NLNG Speaks on Bonny Gas Plant Shutdown

NLNG Speaks on Bonny Gas Plant Shutdown

Nigeria LNG Limited (NLNG) on Friday debunked reports suggesting the shutting down of Bonny Gas Plant.

The NLNG declared the report as false and misleading in a statement signed on Friday by the company’s General Manager, External Relations and Sustainable Development, Andy Odeh.

According to Odeh, the Bonny Island plant has continued to operate despite Force Majeure- a situation which was heightened by vandalism and sabotage that rendered the upstream gas supplier’s primary liquid discharge line unusable.

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It read:
Our attention has been brought to a report on 17th August 2023 titled ‘NLNG prolonged shutdown threatens gas production.’

“Nigeria LNG Limited (NLNG) states that the report is false and misleading.”

He explained that LNG and LPG production worked depending on the supply gas it received from upstream gas suppliers, and that cargo loading operations were uninterrupted.

He said:
The latest cargo from the Bonny plant sailed on 17th August 2023 to the St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands, carrying 140,000 M3 of LNG.

“NLNG remains committed to collaborating with key stakeholders to minimise the impact of the consequent gas supply shortage.”

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