The Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Chief Timipre Sylva, said on Wednesday that the Liquefied Petroleum Gas storage capacity in the country has risen to 69,698 metric tonnes following the construction of a new terminal by Techno Oil Limited. Sylva stated this in Lagos at the inauguration of the 8,400MT-capacity LPG terminal built at Apapa by the company.
The minister, who was represented by the Deputy Director, Department of Petroleum Resources, Dr Musa Zaki, said, “Indeed, Nigeria has earmarked the year 2020 to be the beginning of the Decade of Gas, in which the National Economy is planned to be expanded and powered by the abundant natural gas resources of the country…
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