Greenville LNG, a leading liquefied natural gas (LNG) company in Nigeria, has launched its inaugural Liquefied Compressed Natural Gas (L-CNG) station in Kakau, Kaduna State. This is a significant milestone for the company and is part of its ambitious plan to establish a network of 25 distribution hubs to supply CNG to fuel stations across Nigeria.
The Greenville LNG Kakau plant is expected to create significant investment opportunities for local businesses in Kaduna State’s industrial and automotive gas sectors. The plant will require a variety of services and suppliers, including transportation companies, construction companies, equipment suppliers, and service providers.
The Nigerian Investment Promotion Commission (NIPC) is committed to supporting Greenville LNG and other investors in the Nigerian LNG and CNG sector. The NIPC provides a range of services to investors, including information and advisory services, facilitation of investment approvals, and aftercare services.
The launch of the Greenville LNG Kakau plant is a positive development for Nigeria’s economy and energy security. The plant will help to address fuel shortages in northern Nigeria, promote clean energy, and create jobs. The NIPC is encouraging investors to explore the opportunities presented by the Greenville LNG Kakau plant and other projects in the country’s LNG and CNG sector.