Also found in: Wikipedia.
WAGPWest African Gas Pipeline
WAGPWestern Australian General Practice Network
WAGPWe Are God's People
Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
The work will look at how WAGP has performed since its completion in 2010 and what measures need to be taken to optimise its operation.
"It is generally recognized that better utilization needs to be made of the WAGP," said Pungong.
This would mean that its gas supply to Ghana through the WAGP might reduce further from the current supply.
Once a fully functioning WAGP and TSGP, plus an expanding domestic gas sector, are thrown into the mix, these will be exciting times for the African gas industry but it is vital that the sector's growth is carefully nurtured if this potential is to be fulfilled.
An Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) has been finished and the WAGP project is moving forward despite evidence that the Ghanaian energy facilities to be served by WAGP are not yet on-line, and some Ghanaian government officials are already expressing concerns over security and corruption.
and, Guthrie, R..(2000), Report of the Review of the Western Australian Workers Compensation System, Perth, WAGP.
An accord naming Chevron as the $590m WAGP project manager was signed on Aug.
(WAPCo) have agreed to move forward with the construction and implementation of the West African Gas Pipeline (WAGP) project.
Central Range 188 N/A N/A Gas Gunnedah, Australia Alcon Gov Gas to Gove, 390 N/A 2006 Australia Bolivian Bolivia to 932 $1 billion N/A Governmen Argentina Gas Export Pipeline BOTAS/Greek Bursa, Turkey to 177 $300 2005 Natural Gas Komotini, Greece Corporation (Greece 53) (D.E.P.A.) (Turkey 124) Central Asia Trans- 906 $42 Gas Pipeline Afghanistan Gas Ltd., Pipeline, (CentGas) Turkmenistan to Pakistan ChevonTexaco West African Gas 500 $500 2005 Pipeline (WAGP) Niger Delta to Ghana, Benin, Togo China National Shanghai to 1,240 $1 Billion 2013 Offshore Oil Hainan Island, Corp.
The unreliable gas supply from the West Africa Gas Pipeline (WAGP) and repair and maintenance of power plants in western Ghana have drastically reduced power generation and once again forced a load shedding programme.
Some gas could also be exported westwards to Ghana via the troubled West African Gas Pipeline (WAGP) but Ghana is likely to secure sufficient feedstock of its own in the near future.