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Ed Ubong

20 Jan
Hopes of industrial customers and manufacturing plants in Lagos and Ogun states deepening gas utilisation and further move off-grid have been boosted with a 20-year agreement with Shell Nigeria Gas (SNG), for the domestic distribution of gas to the hubs.
7 Oct 2020
Shell Nigeria Gas (SNG), will facilitate domestic gas infrastructure development in Oyo, following the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), with the state government last week.
19 Aug 2020
Mr Ed Ubong, the Managing Director, Shell Nigeria Gas Ltd. (SNG) said on Wednesday that the COVID-19 pandemic had negatively impacted its business in the country.

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