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Seplat moves to target Nigeria power supply gap

The company is developing an extra 8.5 MMcm/d of gas processing capacity as local players look to end gas shortages at Nigeria's power plants The company is developing an extra 8.5 MMcm/d of gas processing capacity as local players look to end gas shortages at Nigeria's power plants.
By Felix Janvrin 4 July 2019 Middle East & Africa / Pipelines, Storage & Power 0 34367
Gas infrastructure in Nigeria. (Seplat Petroleum)

The key issue: Nigeria is facing ongoing gas supply shortages at its power plants, and domestic gas players such as Seplat Petroleum are stepping in to address the problem.

Interfax analysis: Nigerian company Seplat Petroleum is aiming to develop 8.5 million cubic metres per day (MMcm/d) of additional gas processing capacity in Nigeria as it looks to curb gas shortages in the domestic power market and bet on its future expansion. 

Seplat expects to supply gas to both off-grid generators and on-grid state and independent power...