Nigerian Association of Liquefied Petroleum Gas Marketers (NALPGAM) has commended the Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas (NLNG) Limited over its plan to increase allocation of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) to the domestic market from 350, 000MT to 450, 000MT by 2021.
NALPGAM’s President, Nosakhare Ogieva-Okunbor, in a statement in Lagos on Wednesday, lamented that though endowed with natural gas resource, about 60 per cent of LPG (cooking gas) used in Nigeria was being imported. He said the proposed plan by the NLNG would improve LPG availability which would ultimately lead to price stability in the local market.
He however, appealed to the NLNG to further consider increasing the domestic supply of LPG to the level that would reverse the current trend where the Nigerian market depended substantially on imported LPG product…
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