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Nigeria's hunt for gas buyers

Gas supply to the domestic market is a hot topic in Nigeria. Producers want to monetise their gas and need to find credible buyers

Pressure from government to meet domestic supply obligations (DSOs) remains intense in Nigeria. The current administration's policy is to not award or renew licences for companies that are failing to meet their DSO. Project approvals won't be granted unless operators have a gas monetisation plan, while even producers who re-inject gas to enhance oil production will face restrictions. Nigeria's gas policy states that the government expects that producers will see the obligations as part of their contributions to national development and doing business in Nigeria. The government knows that the domestic market is unappealing, however it expects producers to do their bit regardless. A possible



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