“THE key measures that are expected to be adopted in this regard are; market reforms that aim to improve competition and attract gas investments in the upstream and midstream sectors; the facilitation of permits and administrative processes for gas project developments; and pricing or mandated fuel switching to natural gas.”
Mrs. Audrey Joe-Ezigbo, President of the Nigerian Gas Association(NGA), gave this hint ahead of the associations Business Forum 2019.
The theme is ‘Evaluating the place of Gas as a Prioritized enabler of Nigeria’s economic diversification agenda’.
” In chosen the theme, there is evidence that the adoption of measures favourable to natural gas could accelerate the penetration of this source of energy and achieve many economic, technical, social and environmental advantages” said NGA president.
It was learned that the forum is expected to bring together the industry’s most prominent and influential executives in the Nigeria oil, gas/LNG and power generation value chains,
This includes governments, off takers, developers, gas upstream suppliers, pipelines, construction firms, equipment providers, and financiers.