NLNG

AcronymDefinition
NLNGNigeria Liquefied Natural Gas (est. 1989)
NLNGNigeria LNG (Nigeria)
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Worried over unwavering position of the elders, who insisted that the project will not be implemented except they are 'carried along' and an additional route is constructed in Ataba; the Minister noted that 'we might tell NLNG to take its money back', stressing that the community leaders should take ownership of the project and make it their responsibility to promote peace in the area.
BHGE was asked by NLNG to develop a solution to enhance the performance of LNG trains at its gas liquefaction plant in Bonny Island, Nigeria.
Sifax Group's Corporate Affairs Manager Muyiwa Akande in 2015 had said the consortium involved in NLNG was expected to take the initiative in financing and driving progress related to the successful execution of the Train-& project.
The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (Nimasa) began lifting a three-week blockade on NLNG ships two weeks ago, after the company agreed "under protest" to pay $140 million back taxes Nimasa said it was owed.
But the NNPC which holds 49 per cent equity in NLNG on behalf of the Federal Government of Nigeria said the funds were intact and not a kobo was missing.
1 billion cubic feet of gas and 36,000 barrels of condensate per day, supplies some 40 percent of the gas feed to NLNG, a project in which Shell has a 26 percent stake.
Train 6's 4 mtpa is due to come online at year end while the NLNG SevenPlus project should deliver an extra 8 mtpa when it comes on steam, hopefully in 2010.
NLNG, which is a subsidiary of the state company NNPC, the Anglo-Dutch group Royal Dutch Shell, the Italian Agip group and France's Total, began operating at Bonny, south Nigeria, in October 1999.
3M has been proved for payment by this company NLNG.
The investigations relates to Nigerian company NLNG, but also Gazprom of Russia and Sonatrach of Algeria, which together account for a very large proportion of gas imported in the EU.