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Nigeria’s LNG Company Awards Gas Project Contract (Posted 16th Apr, 2001) Tell your friends about this page! Email it to them.

Nigeria is forging ahead with the promised expansion of the Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas Plant in Bonny. The NLNG Company recently awarded the project specification contract that would provide documentation for bidding for the building of a two-train expansion of the NLNG plant that should begin in 2002.

The TSKJ consortium - Techrip, Snam Projectti, Kellog Brown & Root, Japan Gas Co. has won the contract after a competitive bidding exercise, according to the NLNG. But TSKJ built the original plant so it was perhaps no surprise that it has won this contract TSKJ is expected to provide the engineering design and specification for the two train expansion project, called "NLNG plus". The present contract would provide the basis for the award of the detailed engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract, in the first quarter of 2002. The "NLNG plus" is planned to be operational from the middle of 2005, according to Siene All-well Brown, NLNG's general manager for external relation.

On completion of the two-train expansion, the NLNG plant will have an overall production capacity of 16.7 million tones per annum of LNG and an additional two million tones of Liquefied petroleum gas, LPG. The plant would utilise about 2,800 million standard cubic feet per day of gas. NLGN managing director Andrew Jamieson, who signed for the NLNG, described the planned "NLNG plus" project as "a further demonstration of the confidence of NLNG’s shareholders in the NLNG project". And the success of the Nigerian government in encouraging the development of the Nigerian gas industry. He noted that the continued expansion of the NLNG project would enable the export of larger amounts of gas associated with Nigeria’s oil production, which would otherwise have to be flared.

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