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Nigeria eyes LNG terminal to combat shortages

Major LNG exporter Nigeria is looking at using an FSRU to import the fuel as a bridging solution for its infrastructure challenges Major LNG exporter Nigeria is looking at using an FSRU to import the fuel as a bridging solution for its infrastructure challenges.
By Tom Hoskyns 29 June 2018 0 31522
The Bonny Island LNG plant. (Shell)

Nigeria, the world’s fourth-largest LNG exporter, is considering importing LNG via an FSRU to help shore up the country’s fragile power supply.

Godwill Dike, commercial manager for Nigeria LNG (NLNG), told journalists at the World Gas Conference in Washington DC on Thursday that Nigeria had received interest from several FSRU specialists.

“We believe there are a lot of international specialist companies that are equally interested – we’ve seen the likes of Engie, we’ve seen Golar – they are all interested,” he...