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Seven Energy Begins delivery of gas to Alaoji Power Station

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Seven Energy, the indigenous Nigerian integrated gas company, through its wholly owned subsidiary, Accugas, has commenced supply of gas to the Alaoji Independent Power Project in Alaoji, Abia State. Gas delivery to the 504MW power station commenced in May 2015.

Accugas is one of two gas suppliers to the plant with an initial contractual commitment to supply 30 million cubic feet per day (“MMcfpd”).

The Alaoji project is the largest of Nigeria’s National Integrated Power Projects (NIPP), the first phase of which was commissioned in March 2015.

Speaking on the accomplishment, Phillip Ihenacho, Chief Executive Officer, Seven Energy, said: “The reliable supply of gas to the National Integrated Power Projects has been one of the core obstacles to their completion, and the consequent addition of significant generation capacity into the grid. Seven Energy is pleased to be able to provide this solution, ensuring that Alaoji has access to the gas it needs to commence electricity generation.”



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  • ojo

    Let’s try for other plants too.good one.