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Energy Investments: Nigerian LNG’s expansion project gains momentum in Bonny

*The Onne Multipurpose Terminal assures stakeholders of its commitment to supporting Nigeria’s oil and gas sector and encouraging economic growth by facilitating safe, efficient movement of project cargo and other commodities at the Onne Port, in Rivers State

Isola Moses | ConsumerConnect

In a move to further enhance Nigeria’s natural gas processing and export capacity, Onne Multipurpose Terminal (OMT), in collaboration with Horatio, Chairborne Global Services, Kerry Logistics and IO Materials Services, recently facilitated the unloading of essential project modules for Nigerian LNG’s (NLNG) train 7 expansion project on Bonny Island, Rivers State.

Courtesy of International Container Terminal Services (ICTSI), OMT said the modules were unloaded from three vessels on berth 10 of the Federal Ocean Terminal and were securely stored in OMT’s yard and later loaded onto barges for transport to Bonny Island, Offshore Energy report stated.

Following the unloading and transport of the project modules, Jacob Gulmann, OMT Managing Director expressed gratitude to collaborators for trusting OMT to handle such ‘critical’ cargo.

OMT, which is one of the International Container Terminal Services (ICTSI) cargo handling facilities in Africa, also noted its commitment to support Nigeria’s oil and gas sector and encourage economic growth by facilitating the safe and efficient movement of project cargo and other commodities at the Onne Port, report said.

ConsumerConnect reports the NLNG, a joint venture between the Nigerian National Petroleum Company Limited (NNPCL), Total, Shell and Eni, commenced operations at its Bonny facility 1999, and it currently, operates six processing units (trains).

The $10 billion train 7 expansion is aimed at increasing Nigeria’s Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) production from 22 million to 30 million tonnes per annum by 2027, stated OMT.

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