The Nigerian Liquefied Natural Gas Limited (NLNG) wants to hire Nigerian firms to develop Train 7 gas project which would boost gas production to 30 million tonnes annually.
Concise News reports that the project would gulp more than $4 billion.
This was revealed by NLNG’s Managing Director Tony Attah recently in Port Harcourt at a public workshop captioned, “Nigerian Content for NLNG’s Train 7 Development.”
According to Attah, “The project is expected to ramp up the company’s production capacity by 35 percent from 22 MTPA to 30 million, as soon as a Final Investment Decision (FID) is taken.
“I will like to invite Nigerian companies to please participate in Train 7 – which is the purpose of this workshop.”
He added that “The workshop also opens up opportunities for local companies to play and understand the scope of the project.
“In addition, it creates an opportunity (for companies) to meet the two consortia, B7 JV and SCD JV, that are key players tasked with the Front End Engineering Design.”