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Nigerian domestic gas plans advance

The Anoh plant is due to come online in H1 2022

Nigeria’s domestic gas use is poised to increase with the startup of a new gas-processing plant next year. The 300mn ft³/d (8.5mn m³/d) Anoh plant will start processing gas in the first half of next year, according to Nigerian independent Seplat Energy, which is equal partners in the development with Nigerian Gas Company (NGC), a subsidiary of state-owned Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation. The scheme is a “strong step forward” in Nigeria’s energy transition, says Seplat CEO Roger Brown, as the Anoh plant will supply a market which is over-reliant on expensive, small-scale and carbon-intensive generators. Anoh will connect Nigeria’s eastern gas grid—with its “large-scale gas reserves



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